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Evolutionary Games

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Catch the falling pizzas, don't let them touch the floor! Avoid the obstacles but do catch the potions. Earn coins to unlock new levels and characters.


Agarra las pizzas que caen, no dejes que toquen el suelo! Evita los obstáculos pero debes agarrar las pociones. Junta monedas para desbloquear nuevos niveles y personajes.


Pizzantropia from Evolutionary Games on Vimeo.


This game is based on the comic strip, My son is a Dog by José Sepi and like the comic strip is in English and Spanish.


Este juego está basado en la tira cómica "Mi Hijo es un Perro" por José Sepi, y, al igual que en la tira cómica, está en Inglés y en Español.


Play the Free Demo now!

Juega el demo gratuito ya!

Full game on sale now.

How do I select more than one file for download on the app?

Currently I have a demo and full price version (in draft). The app gives me a choice but it doesn't allow me to select both and / or I don't know how to select both. Then after installing the one there is no way I can get back to a place where I can select the other again - I have to uninstall whichever one I chose to be given the choice again.

Since my demo is different to my main game I foresee people will want both - the demo is a 1 hour game in itself. And I want to tell them how to do that in my download instructions, but I can't figure out if that's possible or how to do that myself. Is it possible?

Yes I think a blog on itch.io would be a great place to start. If you could set something up for me there - or tell me how to do it myself that would be great.

If it could be set up under "Casual Game Reviews" or "Reviews by Janette5" as opposed to the name I write my games under.

Once I've posted the review in the blog then where people allow comments I can also copy & paste the reviews there so that it is by their games as well.

I'd still need this thread or a different thread where people can tell me if their games match my criteria - to keep the blog from becoming cluttered - and then hopefully other people can do the same thing for the other types of games that I don't play.

Scroll down to the bottom of the page - and right at the bottom there are links: Twitter - Facebook .... Blog ...Contact Us.

I have no desire to become a game reviewer. I have a desire to make casual games on itch.io discoverable – writing reviews was to me the best way of achieving that. It would be an island that someone lost in a sea of over 50 000 games could go to in order to get a lifeline of where to start looking. If we could make finding a great game a little less impossible then perhaps a lot more game players as opposed to game developers would visit itch.io and we'd all benefit from that.

But thank you for the suggestions.

Actually I was busy with other mundane stuff like trying to earn a living so haven't pursued this topic much further.

Thanks for the replies so far.

But I still have no real solution as to where to post the reviews that they'll be seen - ideally by people who play games rather than people who create games.

There's no forum here for it - the share forum is excluded if I allow people to request a review - but I'm not going to automatically find all the games by myself so that feature is important -

And so far there's 3 of us who will read them on social media ... we probably want a few more people :-)

I've noticed a few things on itch.io

  • There are a lot of new game releases – too many for you to find a new game unless the planets line up and it's released within a few minutes of you browsing that section.
  • There isn't a very active game review community.
  • This site could do with some game reviews.

I'm playing with the idea of writing reviews for games. I used to write game reviews at the larger casual games websites, where you're generally writing a review to let others know what the game is about and what features you might like or not like about it – so it was more an objective assessment of the game rather than a personal opinion.This is text based.

Now I can have a look at the games and write the reviews on the share community – which has almost no views…

But I would also like people to be able to request a review – if their game meets certain criteria. In this regard I would not give a negative review – if I really don't like the game and can't find anything good to say about it, I would simply not post a review.

I would concentrate on the type of games I like to play and leave the games I'd never play to other people to review.

So my question is:

  1. Any interest in this?
  2. Where should I post this, on the forums here somewhere, on twitter, on Facebook, on my website, on a blog, in the comments section of the relevant game – all of the above?

I have no followers on social media as I've kept away from it - so if I start doing this on social media it will take a while before I get followers there, so this is why I'm asking if there's interest from the community here as there is very little point in my writing reviews that nobody will read.

My criteria would be:Casual or arcade game, at least 30 minutes long or has at least 10 levels, must have at least 1 promo image or screenshot that I can post with the review and it must be downloadable or purchasable from itch.io and preferably for PC. I might consider Android but I have no apple devices.