Tasty Planet Back for Seconds
Game Information
Players 1-2 players
Characters Grey Goo
Developers Dingo Games
Publishers Dingo Games
Release Date
Windows/Mac September 10th, 2010
iOS December 4th, 2011
Nearby Games
Previous Tasty Planet
Next Tasty Blue
Tasty Planet Back for Seconds is a game created by Dingo Games, and the sequel to Tasty Planet.



Eat Your Way Through TimeEdit

The story begins with the goo eating a time machine, causing him to be sent back in time. Playing as the goo, you'll eat your way through six different time periods:

Munch your way through Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus Rex.

From Tiny to GiganticEdit


In Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds, you'll be growing from the tiniest to the largest things in the universe. In one level you'll start off by eating an ant and end up eating a dinosaur. In another level you'll start off by eating bacterium and end up eating whole all universe. Just how big can you get? The size of earth or the size of the universe?

Play 2-PlayerEdit


 One goo was never enough! In the two player cooperative mode each player controls their own goo. You'll be playing through the entire game together - will you work together or will you steal each other's food? There are even a few special 2-player levels that require total cooperation. Tasty Planet has never been so much fun (and the one-eyed goo is so cute)!

Bonus LevelsEdit


Even after conquering all of the main levels, the game still isn't over! Almost 50 bonus levels can be unlocked. Some are more difficult versions of levels from the main game and some are totally new levels. There are even a few levels that pit you up against enemy grey goos. To unlock the bonus levels, you must complete the Timed Mode, in Bonus Mode, you need to reach enough gold medal to unlock the Bonus Levels.


Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds is the sequel to Tasty Planet. So if you liked that game, you'll love this one! You'll get many more objects to eat, a new story, a 2-player mode, and much more.

Trivia Edit

  • Unlike in the first game, grey goo was created by accident.
    • In the first one, the goo was meant to be an automatic bathroom cleaner.