Feeding Frenzy is a trivia-styled arcade-style game for the Windows operating system based on the concept of the "fed." It is the follow up to the popular first-person shooter game Feeding Frenzy: Shipwreck Showdown. The game has been developed and released by PopCap Games in June 2021. It can be purchased and downloaded from the Microsoft's Store for a lower price than the game is priced on its official website. This is an exciting game that will give you hours of fun just trying to survive.
To start, a cute little bald man with a red nose and glasses sits on a beach chair as a volcano erupts nearby. The man then sets off to find his missing friend who was taken away by the creature, and eventually joins up with a group of other survivors who also happen to be on vacation at the time. There are eight levels to the game, and each one is designed to test your reflexes and strategy skills as you attempt to make it from level to level. Although you do have a limited amount of lives when playing in the single player mode, each stage is designed to give you enough of a challenge so that you feel like you are never really alone. However, in order to gain the most gems you must eat, drink, and mine items. The more of these activities you perform during each stage, the more points you earn, and the more difficult the stage becomes; the higher your score, the better leader you become.
The story centers around a boy named Sponge, who along with his friends enjoy a weekly fed in the ocean of their home. One night a huge wave arrives which completely destroys their feeders, forcing them to seek out a new location for their replenishment. Along the way they find a mysterious hatch and the three Sponge boys are transformed into creatures that feed off of anything living deep within the ocean. You can tell this story is set to become an arcade style video game because of its retro-futuristic setting and fast paced action. I honestly loved the design of the game, even though it's not much different than what we usually see in an arcade video game, I still think it was a nice idea for a video game. On top of that, the music is great and fits the overall style of the game.