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If you are one of those people who don't mind spending some money on silly but fun games; you can't miss "I am Bread", the #1 software on bread simulation!

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The game honestly looks really stupidly fun and well made.... and it is being released on Early Access today for Windows and OS X, so when some strange guy was asking for a fix on the "no Linux" bug yesterday, one of the developers gave a very positive reply:
QuoteIts' a bug. We'll fix it soon. We <3 Linux.

So, will you be living your childhood dream when the game comes to Linux?

About the game
The beautiful story of one slice of bread's epic and emotional journey as it embarks upon a quest to become toasted.

As you delve deeper and deeper into the story of 'I am Bread', you'll notice that things aren't quite what they seem....

Key features:

  • Embark on an epic journey around The House - you will traverse the wondrous and deadly realms of The Kitchen and The Lounge before confronting the terrifying ordeals of The Bedroom and The Bathroom.
  • Almost a hundred items for your bread to interact with, get messy, or toast yourself with.
  • A clever, witty story that never really explains exactly why a piece of bread is moving around someone's house!
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frostwork Dec 3, 2014
hehe, will instantly buy it, when linux version is available :}
thanks for the article!
Segata Sanshiro Dec 3, 2014
Pewdie-bate! :)
Speedster Dec 3, 2014
I love the article title... reminds me of something Ratbert might have said in the classic days of Dilbert (when there was more random weird stuff, not so focused on Dilbert at his job)
StianTheDark Dec 3, 2014
This is a genre that's gonna grow. Pewdie-bate.

Goat Simulator
Bread Simulator
Grass Simulator
.. and the list goes on
Liam Dawe Dec 3, 2014
I'm sure it will keep growing as people try to cash in on these "Simulator" games.

Some people most really like them...not me.
edo Dec 3, 2014
No linux icon?
psychoamericana Dec 3, 2014
Grass simulator... They're making that in Colorado I think. The studio may be around Boulder. I saw a bunch of old guys with long hair, red plaid loggers shirts and pocket protectors hanging out at a Starbucks there one morning, it is probably them.

Honestly, if these games don't charge but a buck or three and are well made, it is worth them making it. Once they start going for the $9.99 prices or pay to win in-game upgrades for $3.99 a pop, thats when the ridiculousness of the entire 'simple simulator genre' starts to become a nuisance to the gaming development community as a whole. I think people are starting to be glazed over by the amount of games that are coming out nowadays and it is getting harder and harder to differentiate the good from the bad. It is too bad more small game companies don't put out free demos for their games. They might get more paid business if people like what they're seeing in the demos.
Metallinatus Dec 3, 2014
Quoting: edoNo linux icon?

It was not released for Linux yet, so you should wait to buy it....

Quoting: liamdaweI'm sure it will keep growing as people try to cash in on these "Simulator" games.

Some people most really like them...not me.

Well, I personally liked what I've seen from this game and I do like Goat Simulator too.... as long as you have enough stuff to do or to explore it can be fun.
Then.... you also get jokes like Grass Simulator and Mountain Simulator and other games that were really made just for the sake of being made and not for the sake of trying to make a really fun game....
Those are games with really poor quality.... but I believe Goat and Bread are nice ones.
HadBabits Dec 3, 2014
This is from the makers of Surgeon Simulator, a game I had a lot of fun with. I don't think this game is a cash grab like grass simulator. I feel like the creator understands how to make a comedic game the proper way: game mechanics that are both fun and funny, not just broken; *cough* Goat Simulator *cough*
EKRboi Dec 3, 2014
LOL.. I can't tell if some of you are serious in liking this stuff or joking. Bread Simulator? it is just getting out of hand. I guess maybe I just don't get it.
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