Summary: Similar to Katamari Damacy but designed so a toddler could see the appeal. The controls require you to read the manual which may ruin it for younger players. The game takes the 'grow' objective from Katamari Damacy and throws away objectives and context, so the only thing you might play it for is...
Summary: A good game because it challenges the notions of what gaming can be but an even better toy - a goalless playground intended for children but that is just as entertaining for adults. It's all at once wacky, cute, crude (there is farting), and of course fun.
Summary: caterpillar man make his self real long then he go put his length in girls mouth which makes her get real long, if you know what i am sayin brotha, this real big time porn only 4 dollar, get that big time my brotha.
Summary: Surprisingly addictive for a game with so little structure, but that's part of it's charm. Instead of leading you around on a leash, you can choose to do whatever you want in a small but wacky world with a lot going on.
Summary: A delightful little sandbox toy of a game. When i found Katamari Damacy's Prince prancing about. I promptly ate him and pooped him off the edge of the map. That story alone is a testament to how bizarre and shamelessly hilarious this game could be.
Summary: This is the sort of game that doesn't really fit anywhere on a review scale. Some people may find something truly compelling and entertaining about this title. It's extremely simple at it's core, offering strangely addictive physics based mechanics and the prospect of new planets for those willing...
Summary: I've been following this game for quite a while, so it was a first day buy for me. Totally strange and fun all at once. Takes a little bit of time to accept that there is no point and just have fun with it, but as I got more comfortable with it the more I loved it.