Evil Food Critic Stickman Game Review
January 16, 2012
By Maxwell J. Provo
Evil Food Critic allows everyone who has had a bad experience at a restaurant the opportunity to vent their frustration. Evil Food Critic is a great game: Until you realize that there are only four stages and it is over within five minutes.
Evil Food Critic gives you control over D-Bag Stick, a disgruntled restaurant customer who finds fault in absolutely everything. Whether he “asked for coffee, not cold pig swill!” or demands to know what this slop is in front of him, he is not happy with the wait staff of Chez Steek (sounds French, right?). D-Bag Stick will have nothing to do with this crap in front of him. And this is where your role comes in.
The object of the game is to take all of the dishes that D-Bag Stick orders and hurl them at the waiter as he walks away with his back to you. Flinging these plates, cups, and bowls is simple enough. Use the mouse to point to somewhere on the waiter and click to fire. The cutlery and serving ware fly in the dining room. Points accumulate based on where the waiter is hit. Between the shoulders seems to knocks them out cold whereas an “Ankle Clip” only awards about five points.
Evil Food Critic is a great game!
The only problem with it is the fact that it only lasts for four courses. Four courses will take around three minutes to complete. Bang! That is the end of the game. Evil Food Critic leaves the player asking for more, and not in a good way. Hopefully, a sequel will emerge soon. Hurling forks and plates at waiters is a long-held fantasy of many and this game delivers, but only for a few minutes. Play this game, but do not expect to be satisfied. If it were longer, this game would be a classic.
RATING: 3 Sticks (make it longer!!)
CONTROLS: Mouse to aim; Left click to fireEvil Food Critic,