An Upcyclepunk Postimperial Curio.
A curio for some or a right old puzzle for others, make no mistake.
Some say: some folk actually managed to bake a loaf of bread using this confounded contraption... but that is rumoured to be just a rumour.
There's no pressure... relax, ponder, prod, clank, crank, pull, push, watch... ponder more....sleep on it maybe... come back to it...ponder.
Along with the intriguing artwork there is the challenging puzzle with the ultimate objective of baking a loaf, but you can enjoy solving easier mile stones along the way like: ordering some grain, starting the mill, then milling yourself some flour, with this huge fully functional contraption. Look for clues written on the equipment, listen to the sound scape, and fathom the interconnections. Once you have solved the puzzle of how to bake a loaf then the simulator aspect of the game becomes apparent: you have to get the ingredients, mixing, proving and baking just right if you want to aspire to bake the perfect loaf. Your baking efforts are judged right at the end of the process... whether they be good, or bad.
Extras: for a Hints and Tips page (including "How-to" videos) or a super detailed TraptionBakery poster click on the "Jonathan Prestidge Web Site" link below.
"Is it steampunk?", some would ask. Well there is no steam and it is a contemporary contraption, but it is bigger scale than your modern new-fangled machines so you can see what does what with your very own eyes like in the good old days...
and it's tech that repurposes, reuses, and recycles, welcome to: "Upcyclepunk".
(Warning: some drawings are slightly macabre/morbid)
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Ratings and Reviews
This game is INFURIATING
These puzzles where you have to get all the parts to work together is something my brain is not very good at. I tried on my own for about a day before I resorted to the tips and hints for how to make some bread. I've got the process worked out, but I'm still perfecting the product. This game requires patience (it's about 15-20 real-time minutes just to make the dough), but I still find it enjoyable. The detail in the art is astounding. I have a feeling it would he slightly better on a bigger screen than my 5, as it's difficult to zoom in enough to turn things blue and still be able to see what I'm doing. In all, a great game.
One of the strangest games ever played
"Unique" doesn't quite capture the sense of this bizarrely clever puzzler. The combination of realism (actually needing to know how to properly mix dough for bread), pencil sketching (graphics are decidedly plain, but exceptionally and creatively drawn), length of gameplay (thinking through this game took hours, though it all takes place on one screen. Simply brilliant!), and insanity (alien monkeys?!?) are the perfect ingredients to bake this loaf of a deceptively intelligent iOS puzzle game.
Buy, explore, think, try, fail, think and try again, succeed. Quite the rewarding experience if you do.
Our son loves this app!!
So our kido is 10 and has 2 different genetic abnormalities that causes him to be developmentally behind in some areas. Other areas he is advanced... like mazes and puzzles.
This app is perfect for him. He is obsessed so much that he asked me (he’s non verbal but communicates through a device) to make him a framed poster for his wall that matches the one when you first start this app.
Thank you so much for sharing your talent with the world. TraptionBakery is amazing... way over my head but perfect for my special boy!
- Jonathan Prestidge
- 46.6 MB
Requires iOS 9.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- © Jonathan Prestidge
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.