Gaming has certainly evolved over the past few years. Better visuals, smarter AI, unique gameplay mechanics… what haven’t gaming developers explored or done yet? The life of a slice of bread apparently. The creators of Surgeon Simulator have been hard at work on a title called I am Bread, and it’s hitting Steam Early Access tomorrow.
Here’s the latest gameplay video (via PC Gamer)
Interested? If you said no, I’m just going to close my eyes, walk away, and come back later. My brain refuses to compute such a response. This game looks absolutely ludicrous, but I feel that I need to play it. NEED TO!
What content will you get to mess around with? Here’s what the developers have to say:
“When we release the game for people to play, the game will work and be fun and playable, but won’t feature all of the levels that we’re planning to include in the game. Because of this, the game’s story won’t be completely finished. It will also need a little bit of spit and polish, and there may be a bug or two to deal with. There are a few Unity 5 issues (a little crash here and there) that we’re trying to iron out at the moment too.”
Here are the key features you can look forward to:
- 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!
It’s like they read my mind and all the questions it has. Why on earth is that lonely piece of bread roaming the house? What dangers lurk in the bedroom and bathroom? Will we ever get to go outside? Hopefully all these and more will be answered!
You can access the game early on Steam starting tomorrow, the 3rd of December. I can’t find anything on how much it’ll cost, but I can’t imagine it being too expensive.
Are you looking forward to this title? Leave your comments (and outrage if applicable) below!
Last Updated: December 2, 2014