Cake Bash Parties Its Way Onto Consoles

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It’s time for the sweetest fight around when the four-player party game Cake Bash launches on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Steam, and Stadia this fall.

Developed by High Tea Frog and published by Coatsink, this frantic Mario Party-style four-player game features adorable, drawn-to-life cakes looking to beat the crumbs out of each other. Pick a cake and battle in a variety of life-like places with unique goals. To cool down, try an assortment of mini-game treats: roast perfect marshmallows, pipe the finest frosting, or be the last flan standing in Fork Knife;  guide your cakes through the bakery as they dress to impress the customer in Get Tasty; or buy delicious toppings in a series of games to be the chosen one. Players can compete on the same screen in local multiplayer or find challengers online. Games can also be played against the computer.

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“We’ve worked hard to capture the joy from the special games we loved as children, and absolutely can’t wait to see players enjoying Cake Bash soon,” says High Tea Frog co-founder Laura Hutton.

The game will release on Oct. 15, 2020, for $19.99 USD. Cake Bash will also be compatible with the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. A Nintendo Switch version will launch by the end of the year.

About Leah McDonald

Leah's been playing video games since her brother first bought an Atari back in the 1980s and has no plans to stop playing anytime soon. She enjoys almost every genre of game, with some of her favourites being Final Fantasy Tactics, Shadow of the Colossus, Suikoden II and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Leah lives on the East Coast with her husband and son.