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Submitted by F-Inglese-94 383d ago | review

Toast Time Review [Capsule Computers]

Frank Inglese Writes:

“Toast Time”…a game where you’re put in control of a piece of toast, a happy little slice of bread that has been cooked to perfection, a tasty little treat for young and for old. Our hero is called TERRY which stands for; Toast-ejecting Recoil and Reload System, and he’s what stands between us and the hostile invaders coming for us. All I can say about “Toast Time” at this point in time is that it is one of the quirkiest little mobile games I’ve played in a very long time and, for me; quirk is king. It’s a nice little game that doesn’t ask too much of the person playing it but gives back a great deal of enjoyment, the way mobile games are supposed to be! (Android, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Toast Time) 10/10

MoveTheGlow  +   383d ago
This is good to hear, I was excited about Toast Time! Loved the color-overlay-on-black-and-whi te look. I'll have to nab it - quite a few glowing reviews.

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