I Am Bread

I Am Bread

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As if creating one of the most maddeningly entertaining surgical “simulation” titles we’ve ever played wasn’t enough, the fine folks over at Bossa Studios have now turned their attention to bread. According to the developers, I Am Bread is “the beautiful story of one slice of bread’s epic and emotional journey as it embarks upon a quest to become toasted.” Apparently this will involve traversing the perils of a kitchen, lounge, bedroom and bathroom as a moving slice of bread.

The newly released gameplay video shows a slice of bread flopping and swinging around a house while causing all kinds of physics related havoc. Bossa Studios mentions that there will be almost a hundred different items for your slice of bread to interact with. From the looks of it the bread is quite agile and nowhere is safe from its sticky onslaught. Players won’t have to wait very long to get in on the action either as the game hits Steam Early Access on Wednesday, Dec 3. The final release will be out early 2015 according to the developers and contain more levels, the full story, more objects to interact with as well as the usual achievements an extra polish. Considering how much fun Bossa Studios made poking around inside someone else’s innards we have high hopes for I Am Bread. Check out the trailer below to see the game in action.

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  1. MurphyA December 1, 2014

    Dawn of the Bread!

  2. Vhyia December 1, 2014

    Red Bread Redemption ;D

  3. Kudret December 1, 2014

    Bread or Alive Xtreme

  4. edripcad December 1, 2014

    No matter what way you slice it this looks like it will rise to the occasion.

  5. The\/\/allruss December 2, 2014

    A toast to this most bizarre of games. Let’s hope its not a half baked flop.

  6. MurphyA December 3, 2014

    Not enough Ciabatta representation in this game. I heard that Baguettes are too hard to animate as well.

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