Feed Me Oil

Feed Me Oil

Here we have another puzzle game that we found by accident on Google Play but it did not disappoint us. The app is called Feed Me Oil and comes with a ton of challenges.

The main goal in the game is to get the oil leaking from a broken pipe to the mouth of a strange creature that loves the thick, black liquid. The problem is that there are obstacles between the creature and you and you must find a way to solve this annoyance. Fortunately the game comes with a Hint button that will give you ideas if you get stuck and then a number of platforms that you can use to get the oil to the creature. It is up to you to devise a way to get the oil to the creature’s mouth so use your imagination and the laws of physics. This is what makes the game so much fun. Just like other similar games Feed Me Oil comes with 2D visuals but they are nice and the game loses nothing by lacking 3D inside.

Feed Me Oil is an addictive puzzle game so chances are you will like this game. The app comes with innovative and fun gameplay and this is what makes a difference. So if you want some puzzle fun – take a look at this one!

Feed Me Oil is here on Google Play.

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