Anteater Feeder

Anteater Feeder is a mini-game from the Junior Field Trip game "Let's Explore the Jungle".


The game is like a shooting gallery, except the player assumes the role of an anteater. In this game, the player must eat a number of insects that are required to progress to the next level as stated by the objective. Failure to eat all the insects can force the player to restart the level. The consumable objects are not just insects, but also other foods (such as chocolates, lollipops, etc.). Some insects and objects cannot be eaten and the player must avoid these at all costs. For example, the dung beetle is one of the insects the player cannot eat. In some levels, some objects have no effect to the player, but cannot be eaten at all. Examples include rocks and picnic baskets. If the player eats a total number of insects, the numbers will turn red, meaning the player met the requirement. The player should also know that objects may switch directions in some levels (right to left or left to right).

The player must pay attention to the tongue meter. If the player runs out of energy, the anteater will be tired and must rest.

In every Level 5, the player will be taken to a bonus level. In this level, the player must eat a number of ants as soon as possible before time runs out. The player must be careful that there are other insects disguised as ants. If the player completes Level 100, all the levels will become mystery level as the game has no true ending.



  • Ants
  • Grasshoppers
  • Termites
  • Flies
  • Chocolate Bars
  • Glasses of Milk
  • Apples
  • Lollipops
  • Pies
  • Candies


  • Dung Beetles
  • Striped Grasshoppers
  • Peppers
  • Mousetraps
  • Chili Peppers
  • Cacti


  • Picnic Baskets
  • Rocks

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