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Rating: 3.8/5 (95 votes)
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JeremyBreakfastIt's always interesting when a flash game comes along that makes you look at things in a whole different light. Who knew, for example, that the ordinary day-to-day activity of making breakfast was frought with so many pitfalls and hidden dangers? In Breakfast, a strangely compelling little onebutton cooking game by Gio-M, you awake after a one night stand with your chances of a second date depending completely on your ability to make a high quality breakfast. To do so, you'll need to press the [spacebar] at the precise moment necessary to chop, blend, and boil your ingredients in the best way possible to satisfy your lover-in-waiting.

Breakfast is a short little timewaster, made as it was for the recent Mochi one-button game contest, but there are three different endings to strive for and its interesting setup, old-school arcade feel, and humor will draw most players in. If all goes well, your lover will be able to say the same about you. Well, except for the old-school arcade part.

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Cute, but I would have liked to have seen a bit more variety in the challenges.

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I got perfect, but oh boy did it take me a lot of tries after getting just-the-juice-away-from-perfect.

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Interesting concept, and a short, sweet game, but grammar issues and lack of real flow in the text keep it from getting a perfect. Questions end with question marks, everyone. Still--a lot of fun, for what it is.

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inheritance.fan August 24, 2012 2:23 PM

Got each ending the first time.
Bad, Perfect, and deliberately messed up one to get Good (and I failed once in addition).

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If I was trying that hard over breakfast, that "perfect ending" would be pretty disappointing.

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OMG how ffing frustrating can a simple game be ?!?!? Having major anger issues now because over the cereal...

Now I know why I always have bread for breakfast :)

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Power of posting ofcourse, sort of, made it. It was TOTALLY worth the effort.

Nice game, simple, short, but nice idea.

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I can't get the cereal! >:/

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For the cereal:

I find that holding the spacebar down as soon as the sugar cubes fall into the coffee cup, that the cereal will pour in perfect almost every time. The milk and blueberries, however, not so much. Might try this with the blueberries.

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