If you’re anything at all like me, as soon as you wake up every morning, you roll out of bed, do the worm across the floor, and look in the mirror. Staring into your cold, dead eyes, you say to yourself in a husky, but unthreatening voice, “Man, I wish there was a game about starving a monster to death.” Well, now to the pleasure of me and, well, everyone, I imagine, there’s something like that in the works. No Food for You, the most recent brainchild of Christopher Sanchez, is seeking funding for its final stages of development.
No Food for You is a physics-based tower defense game being designed for mobile devices and PC, allowing you to have unique and strategic challenges with you wherever you go, so no matter where you are, you can deprive a disturbing little monster of his most vital nutrients. This game has all the food groups, we’re talking pizza, donuts, big rolling pumpkins, and bananas, and they’re all on a collision course with this big blue monster named Monsta. The only way to stop Monsta from growing large enough to swallow entire realities is to turn the very Earth against him. Employing the forces of nature, creating sentient plants and giant, Earth-ripping worms will be your tools of salvation, and your mission is simple. Save. The. Galaxy. Utilizing the very finest in physics-based gameplay, No Food for You hopes to set a benchmark in tower defense gameplay technology, and it’s looking for you. Reaching a modest $10,000 fundraising goal will allow the game to be released on Android and iOS, and voting for it on Steam Greenlight will make playing No Food for You on your PC a reality.