Toast Time: Smash Up!
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Publisher: Force of Habit
Genres: Arcade, Action
Inter-dimensional time-blob beasties have sailed the cosmos in pursuit of spare time, and now on an idyllic Monday morning, they've found it, tasted it...
Assume the role of TERRY (Toast-Ejecting Recoil & Reload System) - a humble and solitary toaster with an uncontrollable love for English breakfasts, hats and scheduling – and 'lay the table' for your unexpected guests.
Launch toast, crumpets and magnitudes of other breakfast paraphernalia at the beasties. Bounce around and crush them with your hot metallic mass. Tip over bins, and use the environments to your advantage. Drink a little coffee and go a little crazy. Do everything it takes to defend toast time – you are Monday morning's final hope. Have your toast and eat it.
Feast your eyes on this hot plate of features:
- 54 action-packed single player missions - each served warm with it's own choreographed soundtrack.
- 16 exciting bread-based weapon upgrades - from crumpets to baguettes you'll never go hungry.
- Multiplayer Battle Mode - garnished with all-configurable gameplay mix-ups.
- Loads of colourful pixel art hats and customisations - glazed to perfection, from pirate to pharaoh.
- Addictive and original gameplay - topped with intrigue and zealous delight.
- Iron man survival mode and bonus coffee time mode - the icing on the figurative cake.
Toast Time: Smash Up! - Release Trailer
Toast Time: Smash Up! - Announcement Trailer
Toast Time is the kind of game that feels like it could've been something truly special if it spent a little more time in the oven; the core gameplay of toast blasting madness is fantastic fun, but the sparse offering of content makes this a game that doesn't take too long to chew through.
All in all, while I was honestly a tad skeptical by its initial concept, I found myself slowly falling in love with it and having a good time slowly going through each level and playing multiplayer with my friends. If you're a fan of mindless arcade fun, I'd definitely recommend adding it to your library