The food has rebelled… and it sure is furious!
Breaking Fast is a frantic race between breakfast foods in which there are no rules and the only goal is to win, and if possible, humiliate and ravage your adversaries. But wait—let’s stop for a second and talk seriously: too much play can ruin friendships. Seriously. Don’t buy this game if you want to keep your friends. You still want to continue reading? Don’t say we didn’t warn you!
Breaking Fast pulls together the best aspects of classic multiplayer games like Mario Kart and Super Smash Brawl and joins them into a unique gaming experience that is both satisfying and thrilling. With each race, you gain experience points and unlock new foods, each one more surprising and nourishing than the last, not to mention exciting new scenarios and tournaments.
And if playing in local multiplayer with up to 3 friends isn’t enough, you can also play online with up to 7 unknown foods over the Internet. Or even better: why not mix it up and crush both your friend sitting on your couch and an unknown player from the Internet, all at the same time? In Breaking Fast, there are no limits: a good breakfast should be shared with as many people as possible!
Clearly, if you like both breakfast and competitive multiplayer games like Mario Kart (but you don’t have a Switch), look no further because this is your game: Breaking Fast, the breakfast racing game.
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day and because we believe it’s only fair that all people are able to enjoy it, 5% of studio sales** will go to the NGO World Food Program.
Tale Studios is a small Spanish studio co-founded by Manuela Ruiz and Francisco Moyano, artist and programmer of the game, respectively. We also received help from David Mariscal—a programmer who especially worked to make online mode possible—and Óliver Moya, in charge of music and sound effects.
* Definition might not be that high but come on, it’s an indie game with a low budget.
** Net operating profit after tax (NOPAT)