I am Bread for PC
PC - Windows, Mac

I am Bread

Apr 9, 2015
2496th of 19799

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots


About this game

Developer: Bossa Studios
Content Rating: Everyone10+


‘I am Bread’ is the epic story of a slice of bread’s journey to become toast. Take the intrepid, crumby adventurer on a journey from his natural confines of the kitchen, through the home of an unsuspecting owner and into the outside world. This bread will be boldly going where no other bread has gone before . . .

In addition to the deepest story ever seen in a videogame, about a slice of bread, there are a wealth of baked options to sink your teeth into.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2.4 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia Geforce GTS 450 or better
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 2500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX9.0 compatible sound card
  • Additional Notes: For best experience Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS4, OUYA, Logitech F310/F710, Speedlink Strike or NVIDIA Shield controller recommended

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Critic Reviews

14 Reviews
Bryan HeraghtyJan 11, 2015
With only four levels released at the time of playing, this reviewer has had his fill. Many of the problems can, and definitely should, be fixed. The game’s system is simply un-fun, its controls are unfair, and it’s premise, though novel, un-engaging. In their tenacity to create the next Surgeon Simulator, Bossa Studios failed to grasp what made Surgeon Simulator’s controls fun in the first place. Without being able to enjoy failing at the game, the controls only leave the player feeling frustrated and cheated, and the game feels broken as a result.
Mikel ReparazApr 13, 2015
While it's not quite the absurdly violent physics spectacle that Surgeon Simulator 2013 is, I Am Bread has its own unique charms, with a darkly silly tone, a minimal but effective story, and open-ended level design that's richer than the simple premise might lead you to expect. Its clumsy controls make it disheartening at first, but it's worth it for the reward of eventually overcoming them and finding destructive new paths to toasty success.
Alex CarlsonApr 14, 2015
Stages are far too labyrinthine and spacious, and when combined with a slim grip meter and the high amount of traversal required to complete the stages, you’re left with repeated failures and tedious restarts. With graphical slowdown, obnoxious navigation clipping and bad crashes, the technical bugs are inexcusable for a game that had so much attention in Early Access. I Am Bread has novelty, but that novelty drains away quickly, leaving nothing but frustration in its wake. It’s YouTube bait and nothing more.

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