By Connor Zamary
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Toaster Pop for iPhone and iPod Touch is a fun and addictive game of speed and skill! Created by Connor, a First Grader!
Toaster Pop is fun and easy to play! Swipe toppings onto each slice of toast as you race against the clock. Top as many slices of toast as you can before time runs out! Toaster Pop features six fun levels:
LEVEL 1: Butter
LEVEL 2: Grape Jam
LEVEL 3: Strawberry Jam
LEVEL 4: Apricot Jam
LEVEL 5: Peanut Butter
LEVEL 6: The Works!
How far can you go? Toaster Pop saves your high scores so you can challenge your friends and beat their scores!
Toaster Pop is compatible with both iPhone and iPod Touch.
What's New in Version 1.0.1
Compatibility for iOS 4.0 and higher
I initially bought this app purely to support this kid's entrepreneurial spirit and marketing start. Then I played the game for 15 minutes and recognized a mature app that offers a context, a challenge, and a sense of rewards and potential viral social challenges as well.
Nice work, Connor! This nation needs initiative like you show now more than ever. It's that spirit that's made USA mean something. (Hope this administration doesn't notice, or they'll take credit for having created your job....). Stay creative, lad! I'm looking forward to more from you!
The kid works hard!Very!impressive!fun!cool!AWESOME!
I saw this on a Disney channel commercial they'll have with all these stupid people like the either hit a baseball for the first time,or when they made breakfast in bed for their mom but the real most impressive on this the time I commercial,we're this one and a 11 year old climbed mt. Everest!and Connor Zachary(I think it's his name:)was only about 9 or 8 when he made this I don't know if I could do that how quick he made it,he made it in about a month! Very impressive
Impressive....If You're In First Grade.
I'll admit it, the only reason I got this app is because I heard that a first grader made it and I was curious to see how good it was. Sadly, that's obvious after the first time playing. Don't get me wrong, it's definitely good work for a kid that age....and very impressive. But the overall fun and replay value just isn't there. I think the creators of this app are banking on the fact that it was made by a child. After all, how much did he really do? Did he do the computer work and graphics too? I'm assuming not. Probably just the idea and game concept.