Developer description

EatMe.io developed by Junglee Games is a new massively multiplayer online (MMO) game with amazing features and exclusive skills. The game takes you to the underwater world where you can compete with your opponents including friends for unlimited fun hours. EatMe.io is free to download for both iOS and Android devices.

The game has a beautiful user interface with ocean theme where you start your game as a small Piranha. As the game progresses and as you keep winning trophies from Battle and Tournament mode, the fish will also be leveled up improving the skills. There are a total of 7 fish each with their own special skills and abilities. EatMe.io also allows the players to modify the skin of the fish they are using by spending some shells.

One of the top features of the EatMe.io is the evolution mode which gets unlocked once you have eaten the required amount of seaweed or fishes. The Evo mode in EatMe.io requires you to hatch the fish to get the evolved fish. Each game runs for 2 minutes and a player can evolve to a bigger and deadly fish with super skills once the required amount of points are met.

At the end of 2 minutes, the top 10 players on the leaderboard are rewarded with trophies which will help them to rank higher in Global, Weekly, Daily and Friends leaderboard. Being in top 10 of the leaderboard on Battle and Tournament modes also reward the players with rare, uncommon and common fish bowls depending on their ranks. These bowls can be unlocked with shells or you can wait for 2 hours to automatically unlock them. Most fish bowls consists of important items you may need to upgrade or evolve your fish.

EatMe.io is a fast game and takes only 2 minutes to decide who the real king of underwater is. The game is addictive and we are pretty sure both kids and adults will love to play this!

Download from iTunes Store
https://itunes.apple.com/hk/app/eat-me!!/id1033781064?mt=8

Download from Google Play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jungleegames.eatme.ioStore

Last updated 18 Nov 2016