Lumiappaday #193: Feed Me Oil, demoed on the Nokia Lumia 800 XboxLive

| May 26, 2012 | 1 Reply


If you liked the game ‘Enigmo’ you’re going to love Feed Me Oil. It’s a similar principle but still quite vastly different, very entertaining and very challenging.

The aim is to ‘feed’ the ground (which seems to be alive) with oil. Tapping on the broken pipe starts the oil flow and you have to reach the level they set.

However, the oil isn’t always directly above where it needs to be. You have a set of elements that can direct your flow of oil such as the beams and spinning ‘wheel’ that have to be positioned carefully, turning in the right direction and at the right pace. If you get stuck there are hints that will show where to place items. The less items you use, the more points you gain. This is an xbox live title that is excellently priced at £0.79!

Feed Me Oil is a top notch quality title that looks great, is addictive, challenging and super fun to play! Go try it out (free trial available)

#193) Feed Me Oil 

Price:  £0.79/$0.99



Developer Blurb:

When hunger strikes, strike oil! Welcome to a weird and wonderful place where the land is literally alive — and it’s starving! Your job is to get the oil from the broken pipe to the mouths of the strange creatures. It won’t be easy though, as you’ll need to use all sorts of fun tools, as well as your brains, to solve the puzzles.

A huge variety of mind-bending levels will test your mental skills. Different ways to solve each puzzle for endless replayability.

Intuitive controls that make the game a breeze to pick up. Incredibly slick and realistic physics create oil like you’ve never seen. Use fans, magnets, wind, and more to beat each level.

Unique, surreal art design that looks amazing. Stunning musical soundtrack that features jazz, emotive piano tracks, and more.


Design: 10

Usability: 9

Font a little small when giving hints

Performance: 10 

Price: 10




Category: Applications, Lumiappaday, Nokia, Windows Phone, XboxLive

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