Sausage Bomber

SUPPORT THE WAR EFFORT! The embattled nation of Fredonia must strike back at its invaders with a new top-secret weapon. Only one thing can put an end to this terrible war, Daylight Precision Sausage Bombing! Sweep areas clean of enemies by dropping an assortment of cured meats: slippery kielbasa, Vienna sausages, Scottish haggis, and more. Complete your missions by triggering ridiculous physics-based chain reactions of explosions!


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Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by coolmom4 from Nope! The guiding philosophy behind Sausage Bomber is to make something that will get players to laugh every time they play the game. Only one thing can put Sausage Bomber end to this terrible war: Daylight Precision Sausage Bombing! It's a cute game: "general purpose sausage bombs, approved for all combat situations. I highly recommend this game if you want Adelantado Trilogy: Book Three to kill some time and have fun in the process. Not worth the effort of even Sausage Bomber. Rescue Team 5 was quite surprised when the demo ran out after an Lost in Night. And this is supposed to be a strategic type of game, but it's really not. The music is so terrible I turned it off. You control when to drop in order to wipe out all the enemy tanks, missile launchers, rockets and helicopters. Rated 5 out of 5 by diamond from Neat little game! Have no idea what you can do with the points accumulated in each raid, but there is an indication you can purchase a super weapon to completely destroy the enemy if you find you are unable to complete your mission. You can replay a level 50 times in a row, doing the exact same maneuver as before, and get an entirely different outcome every single time, even though the Sausage Bomb hit the same exact spot.

You can replay a level 50 times in a row, doing the exact same maneuver as before, and get an entirely different outcome every single time, even though the Sausage Bomb hit the same exact spot. Bad music, bad graphics. Sounds kind of silly and I thought I would just play the first 'mission' to see how the game worked. Just too frustrating to play. I was quite surprised when the demo ran out after an hour. The music is so terrible I turned it off. The graphics are old-fashioned, the attempted sarcastic humor isn't really funny, and there's really no specific set point to make this a true physics-based game, it's a hit-or-miss tactical game. We're being bombed with sausage! Only one thing can put an end to this terrible war: Daylight Precision Sausage Bombing! It's a cute game: "general purpose sausage bombs, approved for all combat situations. The guiding philosophy behind Sausage Bomber is to make something that will get players to laugh every time they play the game. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by MaryCricket from Lets bomb buildings I look at the video, this is not worth playing. I highly recommend this game if you want something to kill some time and have fun in the process. The only thing I would like more about it would be if there were a way to get past a level if you can't win it.

One tap to drop a Sausage Bomb. Royal Challenge Solitaire can buy an atomic sausage for the ultimate in winning the level. Simple skills needed to drop the sausage at the right time and blow up all the tanks. Graphics are poorly drawn and childish so I'm assuming this is a game more for kids. The music is so terrible I turned it off. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ladyblu11 Saussge just plain ol' fun Angry Bird wannabe? I think it's worth the full member price.


And this is supposed to be a strategic type of game, but it's really not. The joy comes from seeing the infinitely chaotic results that come from that simple action. There is a do-over button if you fail a mission, so once you understand the geometry of the enemy setup from the first or in some cases, second attempt, you can try again to get a "One-And-Done" bonus. We're being bombed with sausage! Played less than 2 minutes, terrible game, a wannabe angry birds that fails on every level. There are some very challenging levels, but it's fun trying to figure out the right combinations. Not worth the effort of even downloading. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by bigfelixfan from Surprisingly addictive! I am surprised I liked it as much as I did. Looks like there are hundreds of missions, each a little more difficult, and each with a different bomb, uh, sausage, type to drop. We have enough bombings in the world. You might say I'm hooked and this is my new go to leisure game. Simple skills needed to drop the sausage at the right time and blow up all the tanks. I think it's worth the full member price.

Not worth the effort of even downloading. Sausage Bomber is an example of what happens when the team at Katsu Entertainment is left unsupervised. The embattled nation of Fredonia must strike back at its invaders with a new top-secret weapon, born of desperation and hunger. You can replay a level 50 times in a row, doing the exact same maneuver as before, and get an entirely different outcome every single time, even though the Sausage Bomb hit the same exact spot. You might say I'm hooked and this is my new go to leisure game. Bad music, bad graphics. I highly recommend this game if you want something to kill some time and have fun in the process. For me, it has replayability, and I'm glad I bought it, even if I got it on a half-price sale. As a general rule of thumb, if you hit the targeted area in the sweet spot zone, it will cause a chain-reaction that cause everything to come tumbling down, or in this case, destroy all of the opposing forces such as tanks, missiles, crates ammo etc. Game play is really touchy so there's a ton of extra clicking. It takes too long and too many "click here's" to actually start the level, too long to wait for the chain reactions, and too long to replay the level, which adds up to a very unprecise and boring not-so-physics-based game. Some of the levels take 3 or 4 retries to figure out what needs to be done but nothing too difficult. Played less than 2 minutes, terrible game, a wannabe angry birds that fails on every level. You can buy an atomic sausage for the ultimate in winning the level. Looks like there are hundreds of missions, each a little more difficult, and each with a different bomb, uh, sausage, type to drop.

There are some very challenging levels, but it's fun trying to figure out the right combinations. Just too frustrating to play. Unlock and collect all 14 bombers! The graphics are old-fashioned, the attempted sarcastic humor isn't really funny, and there's really no specific set point to make this a true physics-based game, it's a hit-or-miss tactical game. There is a do-over button if you fail a mission, so once you understand the geometry of the enemy setup from the first or in some cases, second attempt, you can try again to get a "One-And-Done" bonus. Finally, a game that is actually fun to play. Have no idea what you can do with the points accumulated in each raid, but there is an indication you can purchase a super weapon to completely destroy the enemy if you find you are unable to complete your mission. The embattled nation of Fredonia must strike back at its invaders with a new top-secret weapon, born of desperation and hunger. Some of the levels take 3 or 4 retries to figure out what needs to be done but nothing too difficult. Played less than 2 minutes, terrible game, a wannabe angry birds that fails on every level. Sausage Bomber is an example of what happens when the team at Katsu Entertainment is left unsupervised. Behold the awesome might of the incomparable Atomic Sausage!

5 thoughts on “Sausage Bomber

  1. I liked it! There are some very challenging levels, but it's fun trying to figure out the right combinations. I was quite surprised when the demo ran out after an hour. Unlock and collect all 14 bombers!

  2. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by MaryCricket from Lets bomb buildings I look at the video, this is not worth playing. Sausage Bomber is an example of what happens when the team at Katsu Entertainment is left unsupervised. And this is supposed to be a strategic type of game, but it's really not.

  3. And this is supposed to be a strategic type of game, but it's really not. For me, it has replayability, and I'm glad I bought it, even if I got it on a half-price sale. The music is so terrible I turned it off. Some of the levels take 3 or 4 retries to figure out what needs to be done but nothing too difficult. I'm not sure why we're being handed all these tablet or phone games lately, but it's getting tiresome.

  4. For me, it has replayability, and I'm glad I bought it, even if I got it on a half-price sale. Endless possibilities for mayhem. One tap to drop a Sausage Bomb. Not worth the effort of even downloading. It takes too long and too many "click here's" to actually start the level, too long to wait for the chain reactions, and too long to replay the level, which adds up to a very unprecise and boring not-so-physics-based game.

  5. There's nothing about Sausage Bomber that makes me want to part with my money. I think it's worth the full member price. Just too frustrating to play.

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