Eggggg – The Platform Puker

June 15, 2017

Eggggg is a ridiculous two-touch platform game about vomit.


Well! You’ve played many auto-runner platformers, but I bet not one like this. In fact, this is quite surprising even for us to recommend a game which is all about vomiting. Welcome to the world of “Eggggg – The Platform Puker”. Yes, this is quite disgusting when you think of the word ‘vomiting’, but at the same time, this is a crazy experience—full of entertainment. Mind you! It also gets frustrating at times when you get stuck in one place and find yourself saying ‘let me try one more time’.




The game starts with a story of a kid named Gilbert, who wants to go to the neighbor’s birthday party, but his mean Aunt Doris won’t let him. So Gilbert does what any hyperactive child would do and jumps out of the window, but he soon realized that he has landed in a gargantuan egg. Wait! Did I mention that he has an extreme allergy to eggs? Eating eggs will literally make him vomit like a fountain. So, what follows is a surreal story and a sick platform adventure about eggs, killer cyborg chickens, and yes, a lot of vomit.




Unlike other auto-platformers, your character Gilbert has no super jump powers and no jet pack to get him through the platform maze. He needs to use his vomiting superpower to bounce and slosh through a series of well-designed levels with increasing difficulty. And your role as a player is to collect all 3 golden eggs and at least 50 gold nuggets per level, helping Gilbert to reach to a birthday party on time.


Controls are simple enough, but it takes a little time getting used to. Gilbert runs automatically, and his sick act as a propellant. Touch and hold controls let you use his vomiting superpower. And, you can make him move left/right by sliding the screen in that direction.


Pressing and holding the screen gently make him puke like a fountain. He has a regular lime green sick, which helps you slide down a wall. Additionally, sticky pink sick and pee yellow super rocket propelling sick are also available as powerups. While the sticky pink sick helps him stick to walls and ceilings indefinitely rather than sliding down, the pee yellow sick turns him into a rocket, letting him fly around for a limited time.




There are 20+ levels loaded with surprisingly interesting elements to figure out as you progress, for example, sometimes you have to fill pits up with sick to get across them, then there are gold nuggets and golden eggs to collect on the way, and killer cyborg chickens with saw blades and pummeling fists to avoid. Additionally, there are boss fights every 5 levels, bubble trampolines, and switches that need to be hit in the right order to make the way, among many other gaming elements. Putting all these elements together, this is a weird, colorful sick world, which offers a lot of fun. It truly is an Eggggg-cellent adventure.


Price: INR 190 (or $2.99)

Available on: Android and iOS

Download the app from : androidapp_store

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