Chompy Chomp Chomp
Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
Its a frantic game of chase and chomp! Run after your rival chompy and munch them to gain points. The target under your feet says which chompy you can chomp, so watch out for the colour changes! So, you chase one chompy who chases another chompy, and they chase a chompy who chases you.
Chompy Chomp Chomp is a frantic multiplayer xbox game to play with your family and friends. Play it locally or online on Xbox LIVE. Chomp your way through rich and varied arena environments, battle with frenzied power-ups and poison effects.
4 players, local and online
15 battle arenas
AI compy chompies
A variety of power ups
Regular updates with more arenas and powerups to come!
Wheres the Online?mourinhosgum | May 24, 2014 | See all mourinhosgum's reviews »
This game is a pretty Fun game with friends. In battle or in arcade mode. There is a ton of power ups and two different ways to play battle mode. One major complaint is the changing spawn points. You never know where you will spawn when you die in this mode and that can cause lots of confusion in this mode. Arcade mode is kinda bland but is still challenging to beat, even with a friend. It can be a little unfair at times by spawning you on top of the blobbidees. Which are the enemies in this mode. In co-op for this mode you have two giant blobbidees chasing you instead of just one, and every death takes away your time. So you have to be careful. But the Saddest thing about this game is the lack of online play. Even though the creators are working on it now, they should have delayed the release a bit for the online. If you don't have any friends by you it isn't nearly as fun to play. Last time my friend came over we had a blast playing this game. But it would be so much more fun playing with 4 players in battle mode. It would be insanely fun and frantic. Pros: Easy to pick up and play. Very colourful. Fun multiplayer. Cons: Lack of online Changing spawn points causing confusion. Bland arcade mode.. I would definitely reccomend this game to everyone once it gets online. But if you don't have friends around i would say to wait for a discount or price drop.
Good clean fun!tactical | May 21, 2014 | See all tactical's reviews »
This is one of those games that you can just jump right into with a group of friends and have hours of fun. The simplistic mechanics of the game make it so anyone can just pick it up right away. No gimmicky schemes. no overly confusing game mechanics or modes, just good deathmatch fun. The different arenas and power ups make it so it never gets stale. The single player is a bit lackluster but its a good time killer in between playing with your friends. Now for the downside, it is currently only local multiplayer/coop so I would only advise getting this game if you have one or more friends/family members to play with in your house. Grab a couple controllers or share the keyboard and have at it.
Online multiplayer for PC neededFinka_Karfein | May 19, 2014 | See all Finka_Karfein's reviews »
This game is pure fun very easy to pick up. Not only the looks are sweet but also the gameplay brings a very big smile to the player's face. The idea and execution are very good but there are still some areas lacking. Not always we have friends available locally so an online mode for PC is a must in the updates to come. Also I'd love to see some more options like modifying controls or a level editor. If your friends visit you often, buy it this instant. If not so often and there'll be no online play by the time you read this review, buy only with a discount or in a bundle.
Finally on Steam!Shav | May 17, 2014 | See all Shav's reviews »
Chompy Chomp Chomp! was one of the biggest surprises in my gaming career. I've got the game on Desure some time ago, and heck it was a lot of fun, even though the idea behind the game is fairly simple. All you got to do is chase other players, depending on their color, you also have to keep track of you being in danger. However, even when you lose it is still blast to play, especially if you are playing it in local multi. Haven't tried the online multiplayer yet, but I am pretty sure it won't beat sitting on a couch with few friends and trying to eat them! Graphics and audio are pretty simple (it is indie after all!) but it is not a problem. If you want just to have some fun with your friends, than give it a go, especially since the game is so cheap!