In this arcade style game, planes drop cargo which you drive around and collect.
Freeware developer Zvika Israeli has given us many games over the last few years. Some of them have been good (Skulls vs Smilies), some of them have been bad (Ness Man), but you can’t fault the man for persistence.
This game, released originally in 2005, is a collect-the-falling-things style arcade game – think of an inverted Ness Man – where a truck drives around collecting cargo which falls out of planes. The small packages are worth one point if collected, or cost one life if dropped. The tall packages are worth two points, or lives if dropped. The white packages are bonus lives and the boxes with red “X”’s on them are bad.
Not too original or exciting or engaging or interesting, Supply Panic does offer a few good occasional laughs as the packages become frantic. Also it’s amusing to watch one plane drop something and another tear it to shreds just because it's in its way.