Toast Time

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  • HoraceGoesSquiffy 6 Sep 2013 20:59:09 1,563 posts
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    Sorry for the blatant pimpage, but some friends of mine run a little indie game studio in Bristol and have just launched a rather good game for Android called Toast Time. I've been playing it on The Mrs' nexus 7 this evening, and it's flipping ace.

    It's 99p at the moment. It's got a level called "Scone Henge". The music will drive you mental.

    Go! Go and buy it!

    Edited by HoraceGoesSquiffy at 20:59:45 06-09-2013
  • Deleted user 6 February 2014 11:50:09
    Bump – this has just gone life for iOS, and it’s flipping wonderful.
  • DaM 6 Feb 2014 13:10:46 13,326 posts
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    £1.99, do they think we are made of money or something?!!!!!

    Might give it a go, is it "like" anything else?
  • DaM 6 Feb 2014 13:23:19 13,326 posts
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    OK, it isn't really like anything, and is a bit mental :)
  • PazJohnMitch 6 Feb 2014 19:11:01 8,308 posts
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    Good mental?

    The guy who made this game has had a letter published on metro Gamecentral this evening. That letter actually made him sound like a nice guy.
  • DaM 8 Feb 2014 10:36:27 13,326 posts
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    Very good mental! It's like a really good touchscreen Spectrum game.
    Definitely worth a punt.
  • L0cky 14 Feb 2014 08:24:25 1,538 posts
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    Bumps

    I'm really enjoying this too. Old school but suits mobile so well. The classical chip tunes are annoying but the music can be turned off. The game itself is fun.

    No f2p shenanigans, this is what mobile gaming should be.

    PS why don't mobile games have demos?
  • Phattso Moderator 14 Feb 2014 08:53:31 13,537 posts
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    L0cky wrote:
    PS why don't mobile games have demos?
    Many do. In the bad old days there used to be 'Lite' and full versions of everything.

    Nowadays most sensible people have the demo as part of the game, then you pay the fee for the game as an In App Purchase if you decide you like it.

    But with the F2P wankholes basically making IAP a dirty word, a lot of devs steer clear entirely. Everyone loses, which is a bit sad really.
  • L0cky 17 Feb 2014 15:56:24 1,538 posts
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    Ah OK.

    I think it would be clearer, and avoid the bad vibes if there were separate demos. Google should really add a demos section and disallow IAPs in them.

    That's the downside to a relatively open market I guess, it's not reasonable to do compliance testing.

    Edited by L0cky at 15:56:46 17-02-2014
  • YenRug 17 Feb 2014 16:29:02 2,300 posts
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    Down to 69p at the moment, I see.
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