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You Atari favorites have gone to breakfast in these Denny’s game remixes.
Denny’s, the 24-hour diner that recently engineered a Frankenfood quesadilla burger, has just released its first video games. Available through its iPhone and Android apps, the games are food-based takes on Atari classics.
Here’s the lineup, according to an announcement from Atari:
Hashteroids: You’re aboard the SS Denny’s Condiment Transport ship and the mission is clear: Deliver 40 tons of condiments to the 4th planet in sector 7d.
Centipup: Once upon a time, a young boy named Danny came across a bottle of syrup and with just a slight squeeze the bottle’s sticky contents had the power to turn anyone or anything into a fried egg.
Take-out: A wall made entirely of delicious Denny’s breakfast items appears blocking all the take-out orders from their rightful owners. The only way to feed customers is to break down that wall!
This is all part of a marketing effort to promote Denny’s new “Greatest Hits Remixed” menu in which popular classic American dishes are, well, remixed. If they’re anything like the Atari games, be prepared for lots of breakfast.
Imad Khan is a gaming and esports reporter. His work has been featured on Digital Trends and ESPN.