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Eduardo the Samurai Toaster

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Eduardo the Samurai Toaster

Eduardo the Samurai Toaster is a run and gun side-scrolling video game developed by Semnat Studios for the Wii game console. In this game, gamers can play as an anthropomorphic samurai toaster and battle their way with up to three other friends in a 2D action title. The game requires players to battle a series of enemies (such as spear toting carrots and robotic mangos) with 13 levels, and features weapons upgrading by picking up pastry power-ups dropped by the enemy. The…

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Eduardo the Samurai Toaster

Eduardo the Samurai Toaster is a run and gun side-scrolling video game developed by Semnat Studios for the Wii game console. In this game, gamers can play as an anthropomorphic samurai toaster and battle their way with up to three other friends in a 2D action title. The game requires players to battle a series of enemies (such as spear toting carrots and robotic mangos) with 13 levels, and features weapons upgrading by picking up pastry power-ups dropped by the enemy. The game also features the use of a flying toaster mech at certain points in the game, as well as drop-in cooperative multiplayer for up to four players. Eduardo the Samurai Toaster features an art style combining drawings done in several mediums, such as pen and ink, acrylic paint and charcoal sketchings. These are scanned and used in the game. Eduardo the Samurai Toaster derives its visual inspiration from a combination of chambara movies and silly randomness, according to the game developers. This game has single-player and multiplayer mode and has an ESRB: E (Everyone) rating.

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Eduardo the Samurai Toaster is a video game developed by Semnat Studios for the Wii game console and features visuals drawn and scanned in from several different art mediums such as pen and ink, acrylic paint and charcoal. Eduardo the Samurai Toaster has features that require a gamer to jump, shoot, whip, drive, fly and throw their way through hordes of Peking Opera pastries, spear toting carrots, robotic mangos, and more. Gamers can choose to play with friends in the co-op mode and learn to cooperate effectively, or be annoying by throwing each other around the screen and attacking one another. The co-op play in Eduardo the Samurai Toaster allows up to four players to play at the same time in offline mode. Players can also opt to play in its single-player mode. Some of the features in this game include scooters equipped with laser-blasters that gamers can ride around, or fly around in rocket packs in single player or co-op; 5 different pastry pickups which can be used by gamers to upgrade their firepower; 13 levels to battle enemies in and several different difficulty options to choose from, which allows players to pick their desired level of challenge. The founders of Semnat Studios, Daniel Coleman and Robert DeMaria, collaborates with Ian Bowie and musician Raymond Gramke to produce Eduardo the Samurai Toaster.

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