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Eduardo the Samurai Toaster

Given a slot on WiiWare today and yours for 800 Wii Points.

Colorado, USA - June 15th, 2009 – Semnat Studios’ debut title Eduardo the Samurai Toaster is now available for purchase on WiiWare™ for only 800 Wii Points™. Now you, too, can play as an anthropomorphic samurai toaster and battle your way with up to three other friends in a frantic and stylish 2D action title.

Game info

With visuals drawn and scanned in from several different art mediums such as pen & ink, acrylic paint and charcoal, Eduardo sports an untraditional aesthetic design for a videogame. Jump, shoot, whip, drive, fly and throw your way through hordes of Peking Opera pastries, spear toting carrots, robotic mangos, and more. Play with friends as you learn to cooperate effectively, or be annoying by throwing each other around the screen and attacking one another.


- Drop in co-op play for up to four players.

- Ride scooters equipped with laser-blasters and fly around in rocket packs in single player or co-op.

- Use 5 different pastry pickups to upgrade your firepower.

- Battle enemies through 13 unique levels.

- Several different difficulty options to choose from, allowing players to pick their desired level of challenge.

Eduardo the Samurai Toaster has been Rated E for everyone by the ESRB.

About Semnat Studios, LLC

Daniel Coleman and Robert DeMaria formed Semnat Studios in early 2005. Starting out as a hobby, the team began working on games in 2003. After a couple of projects (one of them being an early version of Eduardo) they decided to focus more seriously on game making. So for the next several years they would work their way up, now with the support of Ian Bowie and musician Raymond Gramke, designing numerous versions of Eduardo for the PC. After working on these prototypes for a few years they found the opportunity to make a version of Eduardo for the WiiWare service on Nintendo’s Wii system. In late 2007 they began development on a new Eduardo, learning from their experience on the PC versions.

Nintendo trademarks used under license. WiiWare is available only through the Wii console.

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