Pixels on Toast
Based in Edinburgh, UK
January 10 2010
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DescriptionPixels on Toast is a one-man independent video game company created by former Rockstar Games and Electronic Arts employee, Kevin Ng. Mission: to create super fun, super polished small games with an original gameplay twist. Currently working on Food Run, a level-based one button platformer for iOS, launching 22nd January 2013.
Pixels on Toast was formed in January 2010 in Edinburgh, UK. The first game released by Pixels on Toast was WordCrasher, a tactile word game for iOS. Kick Flick HD was released later in 2010.Developer's Career
Kevin Ng has previously worked at Rockstar Games, Electronic Arts and Warthog Games on titles such as Bully, Skate, and Starlancer. With the belief that small games offer the best environment for innovation, combined with the rise of mobile gaming, Kevin Ng left Electronic Arts to form Pixels on Toast in January 2010.
IMPOSSIBLE ROAD: Launch Trailer YouTube
WordCrasher Blitz Trailer YouTube
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Awards & Recognition
- "Pocket Gamer: Game of the Week" - IMPOSSIBLE ROAD
- Edge Staff on IMPOSSIBLE ROAD, Edge
- "Think Super Monkey Ball, if masochistic Super Hexagon creator Terry Cavanagh were Sega's level designer."
- Mark Brown on IMPOSSIBLE ROAD, Pocket Gamer
- "The remarkable thing is that Food Run feels like a real platformer, much more so than any of its competition on iOS, yet is built on such simple controls. You'll never be able to get something as good as Super Mario World on a touch-screen, but this feels as close as it's possible to get."
- Rich Stanton on Food Run, Eurogamer
- "We have been hooked and can highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys word games."
- Tim Rattray on WordCrasher, Slide to Play
- "Not only is this game cute (seriously, you can be a walking hamburger that squeaks out a grunt when it jumps), it’s extremely well-polished and altogether beautiful."
- Sam Nolan on Food Run, StickSkills
- "The ball physics feel great with the swerve and power of the ball reacting perfectly to your finger swipe"
- Craig Willis on Kick Flick HD, TouchReviews
- "WordCrasher for iPhone and iPod Touch comes highly recommended to word game enthusiasts everywhere. It is a visual delight and addictive in its play."
- Mary Ann Neder on WordCrasher, AppModo
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