A beautiful puzzle game for the whole family! Eets Munchies is a reimagining of the award-winning puzzle game by Klei Entertainment. Featuring gorgeous animation and ridiculous creatures, players help an adorable hungry creature devour cake in increasingly devious puzzles.
User reviews: Mostly Positive (414 reviews)
Release Date: Mar 11, 2014

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A beautiful puzzle game for the whole family!

Eets Munchies is a reimagining of the award-winning puzzle game by Klei Entertainment. Featuring gorgeous animation and ridiculous creatures, players help an adorable hungry creature devour cake in increasingly devious puzzles.

Replay the game forever with the Puzzle Maker and challenge your friends with your own mind-bending puzzles!

Yummy Features:

  • Beautiful Animation and Ridiculous Puzzles!
    Hand-drawn animation, beautiful art, and pixel perfect physics come together to create delightfully tricky puzzles of increasing difficulty.
  • Multiple Unique Worlds!
    Explore five unique worlds and dozens of mind-bending puzzles! Can you unlock the deviously challenging Mystery puzzles?
  • Create & Share Your Own Puzzles!
    With the built in Puzzle Maker, you can create your own puzzles using the same tools we use and share them with your friends!

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processor: 1.7+ GHz or better
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Radeon HD5450 or better; 256 MB or higher
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 350 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X 10.7 Lion or later
    • Processor: 2.0 Ghz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 256 MB NVidia or ATI graphics card
    • Hard Drive: 350 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • Processor: 1.7+ GHz or better
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Radeon HD5450 or better; 256 MB or higher
    • Hard Drive: 350 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
7.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 11
Very creative game which can test your limits. Mystery Levels are bit too damn hard to my opinion. But do-a-ble, since I managed them fine with lot of trying. However now I see nightmares about rabbits and cakes. But still good game for time past, still don't play this when you are angry, specially the mystery levels. You might end up a serial killer or a mass murderer or something. So other than that 10/10 would eet a cake on a rope!
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: May 5
I normally enjoy puzzle games, and this is no exception. It's not easy, though, so you need to be patient...!
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
6.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 24
1) Are you chubby and need to go for a walk?
2) Do you want to eat something, but you would have to get up?
3) Are you lazy and... can't think of any good punchline for your review or whatever you are doing right now?
You are doing something right? Hello? Do you breath?

If you can answer one of the things above with an yes, than here is the game where you can let someone else do it while you can keep your lazy big butt in the chair!

Eets Munchies features the fun of timed pointing and clicking while watching Eets running and eating! I know it sounds a little bit boring at first, but it comes with the cool feature of using only the mouse! That indicates that you got one hand free for other stuff... like... eating!

Play this game 3 hours in a row and you get Carpaltunnelsyndrom for free! Play 3 hours more and you can become as fat and lazy as myself or stop breathing after all! Eets Munchies has the best education system since preschool and can teach you what flying pigs eat for dinner or what kind of meal makes you angry or scared.

I would rate this game several points higher if it wouldn't require you to think (I'm planning on my heart attack or maybe some diabetes and wan't to plan my after death game list)


7/10 Hungry! Now!
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 21
You might have this game lying around, whether in your Steam Library or Humble Account, and either way I'd say give it a try if you haven't, it's quite a pleasant puzzle game.

The core gameplay of Eets Munchies is very simple - Eets, the white dog-looking guy there, wants the cake, and is very single-minded in this desire. He will walk until he either reaches a wall or obstacle, when he will turn around, or when he reaches a ledge, where he will (usually) jump. This is usually not enough to reach the cake on its own, so you have to help him, using a variety of passive or activated items.

These range from wooden platforms/barricades, or items that will change Eets' mood to angry or frightened. The levels are small and only have a few items each, so it's usually fairly easy to tell what the game wants you to do, but it still feels clever when you pull it off, thanks to the nice animation and relaxing soundtrack. There are some physics and timing related puzzles, but they're not too common and usually not so bad. The game's not very long, so maybe get it on a discount if you don't have it, but if you really like puzzles I'd say it's worth full price.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.1 hrs on record
Posted: March 24
If you ever wanted to play a casual puzzle game that is kinda reminds you of angry birds look no further, Eets Munchies is what you are looking for. It shares simmilar art style and sound design as Angry Birds, but instead of blowing up piglets you have to guide a white bunny so he would eat the treats. It's easy to get all 3 treats in first levels, but the further you progress, the more difficult it gets. Unfortunatelly, the only difficult sections in this game are "mystery Levels" that you unlock by acing regular levels. After you complete all the regular levels i highly suggest to complete mystery levels which are most satisfying to complete because it takes precise item placement and timing. It is also really good measure to relief stress as the game visuals and sound design keeps you relaxed all the time. Overall 7/10, pretty neat, game that will make you relax. On the side note I would love to see ported to android device.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 27
This is a lovely little game. It's a classic puzzle game where you have to conquer platforms, gravity, black holes, and your own emotions to reach a cake. It really makes you think and you actually feel proud when you figure out the solution to the levels. Its achievements are also very friendly, which makes Eets Munchies a good game to 100%.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: March 15
A fun game in which you have to strain the brain
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 12, 2014
Great puzzle game that is far more challenging than the cute graphics and polished charm let on! Lots of content, and steam workshop support too, so you'll be puzzlin' for quite some time.
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52 of 73 people (71%) found this review helpful
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 11, 2014
Pre-Release Review
This is a game about a piranha/rabbit thing who has a sweet tooth, your goal is to get the cookies/cake/icecream, but you need the help of your little friends to get there.
This game is a rube goldberg maker, you try and get the end objective using other things causing a chain reaction, it does this nicely, the whole thing has a nice cute feel. But it does feel a bit like somthing I would play on my ipad.

7/10 its a nice game if you like chain reaction/casual games, but it isnt worth $7 if you arent.
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19 of 22 people (86%) found this review helpful
16.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 11, 2014
Eets munchies is a 2D puzzle game for Windows by Klei.

Menu:
I am not afraid to say this is clearly intended for mobile devices. The menu is non existant the only thing i can tell you is that you can turn game music or audio on or off. The game starts windowed and there is no option to fullscreen. You can use Alt+Enter to make it fullscreen regardless and it will nicely scale without changing your resolution. Now in fullscreen the problem is that you can't reach your Windows volume control anymore so you should preset this.

Controls:
You control the game with your mouse. No controller support though that doesn't really fit here anyway. There are moments where you control devices with your keyboard however those are not rebindable.

Ingame:
Ofcourse this is what you really need to look at incase of mobile games. You are presented with colourful worlds in which you need to guide your character Eets through cases of emotional distress and to the cake. Reaching the cake can be easy or very challenging. Remembering that there are physics involved for example shooting Eets off a platform with a cannon. There are a good set of items available to help you progress for example Chili's that make Eets angry and jump higher, Bounce flowers to launch Eets in a set direction or bombs to blow away walls.

Did you beat all the levels? Try some of the user made levels or create your own with the steam workshop or puzzle creator.

Achievements:
There are 14 of them and are mostly linked to beating the game.

DLC:
Not available.

Conclusion:
If you have some spare change and you like cute 2D puzzle games then this is a good one.
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45 of 70 people (64%) found this review helpful
4.8 hrs on record
Posted: March 14, 2014
The original Eets was a game with a new concept that took the gameplay of Lemmings and narrowed it down to one character, allowing for a lot more room for puzzle solving.

Eets Munchies, on the other hand, has you paying $7 for an iPhone style (and quality) game.

The resolution is capped in a very weird form that just ensures it was clearly built for mobile (going in fullscreen leads to big black bars on either side), and the system of "different worlds, few levels, 3 stars" that can be seen in games like Angry Birds is here.

The presentation of Eets is wonderful (even with resolution restraints) but the execution is off. Puzzles are either ridiculously easy or incredibly hard due to countless errors in timing. Think of it like the puzzles in Portal 2 compared to Portal: you understand how to set up the puzzle and you should get it done properly, but if your timing is off than your work is for nothing.

Not to mention of course that the only changes since the "beta" version were 2 other worlds, one of them being the "mystery" world, which is chock-full of those timing oriented puzzles.

Too easy, too short, and too little. Maybe buy this on iOS when it's cheaper and they plan on updating with more levels.
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26 of 37 people (70%) found this review helpful
9.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 11, 2014
Nice, entertaining and really fun puzzle game! It could be harder, but it got workshop so maybe community will create them :)
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15 of 18 people (83%) found this review helpful
4.1 hrs on record
Posted: April 24, 2014
Eets Munchies is a very short and casual puzzle game. Klei Entertainment does it again with this charming little title.

You can expect anywhere between 2-4 hours in this game (more if you tinker with the workshop) with 60 well-made puzzles. The first 36 or so puzzles are not very hard and I noticed that the final quarter of the game has some of the easiest levels ever. Thankfully, the mystery levels provide a decent challenge that can at least stimulate your brain a little bit.

I feel that there could have been a little bit more variety if the items given to you weren't pre-determined. There are only a few ways you can solve each puzzle due to these limitations. I guess that's what the workshop is for. Hopefully the built-in puzzle editor will boost the game's difficulty.

This game was quite entertaining for the 2+ hours it took to 100%.


4/5
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15 of 18 people (83%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 26, 2014
Eets is cute as a button so its a shame this is a poop game. It is impossible to recommend this for 7 bucks because its an overpriced app at that point. its weird locked resolution and gameplay design (using the 3 stars per level system) just reinforce that. The levels range from easy (place the items and press go) to pull-out-your-hair hard, but not in the "Oh, it just requires some advanced logic" way, but in the "Oh, I have to put these in the correct spot DOWN TO THE PIXEL, so I spend time trying to get it correct over and over, despite knowing how to complete the level" and it just feels unfair sometimes. To the games credit the latter assorment of levels are few in number. But...then again...there aren't a lot of levels to begin with. Eh. Only played this past the 2nd world or so for the easy 100% game.
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15 of 19 people (79%) found this review helpful
3.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 15, 2014
Eets Munchies is a little puzzle platformer that reminds me with some elements on the ancient "Incredible Machines" games.
It feels just like a ordinary Flash/Director game and has funny slapstick music and movements. If you wonder the first start up - there is no fullscreen. On a full HD resolution you play in a pretty small window. Nevertheless the graphics are cute and original, but sometimes they are distracting you from finding the solution.
Your aim is to place special machines or special food for Eets to lead him to the final cake on a rope.
It's a short game but fortunately there is a level editor included. So you'll have lots of new levels in further time ...
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11 of 16 people (69%) found this review helpful
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: March 11, 2014
OVERALL: 73%
Gameplay & Controls: 4/5 ♥s
Graphics & Visuals: 4/5 ♥s
Music & Audio: 3/5 ♥s

Eets Munchies is an adorably animated puzzle game starring a furry white rabbit/flea amalgamation, one which I honestly can't determine if cute or creepy. It's a relatively simple-to-pick up game with basic controls and (for the most part) a friendly interface; this, combined with a gradual learning curve, helps Eets live up to its all-ages claims. It's a surprisingly fun game to play, and I couldn't help but find myself enjoying each level.

-Gameplay & Controls-
The game revolves around placing a series of wooden platforms and powerups while triggering different mechanisms to help our friend Eets get to a brightly colored cake at the end of each level. Along the way, the player can also grab different candies as a sort of optional collectible; gathering the different collectibles became rather challenging as time went on. While the concept is simple, navigating through each puzzle becomes an overall enjoyable experience. With the addition of Steam Workship, the amount of puzzles for Eets to navigate is essentially endless, which should keep at least a few ingenuous players coming back for more.

-Graphics & Visuals-
Despite some initial awkwardness, I found Eets to be rather graphically charming. The different machinations and animals he uses to help him on his way are lively and animated, and I couldn't help but fall in love with the Inhale Whales. Each individual World is visually different, and in some cases rather distinctive, although I have to say that I didn't much like the desert motiff of World Two. However, the game gives off an aura of 2D eye-candy after one's intial impressions, so I have to say I'm rather sold on most of the designs.

-Music & Audio-
The tracks in Eets Munchies are rather upbeat and whimsical, although after making it few the first world or two they start to become repetitive. They're overall quite enjoyable, and they certainly add some appropraite ambience for some an adorable title, but one could have hoped for a bit more diversity as far as music goes.

-Final Thoughts-
Overall, Eets Munchies is a rather enjoyable yet simple experience for the casual puzzle gamer. It's fun and charming, and has a learning curve suitable for just about everyone. I have to say that I wasn't planning on liking the game at all when I first started playing, but it ended up winning me over within the first ten levels, and I found myself striving for every collectible. I think it's worth getting if just to play in some spare time, although I wouldn't say it's meant to be experienced in long sessions as it can struggle as far as holding one's interest. Ultimately, the game is surprisingly fun to play, and I have to say that I would recommend.
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13 of 20 people (65%) found this review helpful
4.1 hrs on record
Posted: March 12, 2014
Grab your knifen fork, eet's Munchies time! You're Henk Munchmouth, a ♥♥♥♥ing rabbit thing on a quest for yummy treats and sugary sweets, but it's not as easy as going to Old Man Mortimer's Candy Corner and getting a free handful of Reese's Pieces if you give him an Old-Fashioned behind the cotton candy machine. No, this game takes hand and eye coordination. Hop, stomp, and munch your way through five delicious worlds and 60 levels that will tantalize your taste, sight, sound, and mindbuds with cute and quirky characters, excellent cartoony landscapes, a peppy Pixar credits-esque soundtrack, and, of course, super clev' puzzies that will strain your brain more than the constant barrage of questions levelled at you from a drove of pigs who refuse to believe that a young, handsome boy and an old candysmith could find real, lasting love in this crazy ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ world. The puzzles could be harder. 8/10
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 14, 2014
Guide your little dude to the cake by placing items on the playing field, then hit "Go" and interact with some of the items while the critter is moving along, to help it on its way.
It's quite polished but is definitely designed for touch screens and has the whole mobile gaming thing going too.
Not a bad game at all, but didn't hold my interest for more than a couple of minutes.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
6.6 hrs on record
Posted: April 26, 2014
Eets Munchies Review

I originally got this game when it was in beta through a Humble Bundle a little while ago. I believe I tried it once and then just never got around to playing it more. When I first tried Eets Munchies I instantly fell in love with the cartoony style and feel of the game. The music is very fitting and also enjoyable to listen to.

That was back in the Beta, now that it has been updated I have to say that I am very impressed. I am so glad I thought of starting this game up again just to see that it now had achievements and steam workshop support to make your own levels! I can definitely see myself playing this for hours just trying to get all the treats in every level.

As for the gameplay, it is a very relaxing and casual indie game with 48 regular levels in 4 differently themed worlds plus a mystery world which has 12 unlockable levels which are significantly more difficult than the other levels in the game. While playing the game you get introduced to a bunch of different mechanics that spice up the puzzle solving quite a bit. The gameplay is very enjoyable and I like the fact that you can switch between three different speeds ranging from slow to fast.

The controls and puzzle maker are great and the animation is bloody fantastic. I recommend this game to anyone who is looking for or want to play a casual and extremely enjoyable game. The concept of having 3 treats to collect in every level and the more treats you collect the more items you unlock in the puzzle maker is great and it makes for a very nice and a little bit addicting game to play when you want to relax from all your hardcore competitive fps shooters(am I right?).

To sign this review off I feel like I need to state that as a person who is a little bit of an achievement junkie or whatnot this game is absolutely worth it, even if it wouldn't have had achievements I would still have recommended it. Although we all love achievements so what is there to complain about? Some people might say that 6,99€ or your regional equivalent is too much to ask for but I don't think so, in my honest opinion this game is worth atleast 7€. My advise is that you should buy this as soon as you get a chance to, but if you don't want to then don't ;)

- Liam
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: September 3, 2014
Worthwhile puzzle game to pass the time.
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