ARE YOU READY FOR AN ALL-OUT LUNCH WAR?!
Defend your cafeteria from an onslaught of hungry students and faculty members in this lovingly-crafted, retro-themed, arcade shoot-em-up!
Augusta Gudenov, a kind-hearted lunch lady just wants to keep the children healthy. But one day, she finds her cafeteria overrun with students craving fudgesicles! Now it's up to you to take control of Augusta and teach those students what eating healthy is all about... by chucking apples at them!
FEATURING AN AWESOME CHIPTUNE SOUNDTRACK BY FANTOMENK
SCHOOL THESE KIDS
- Fight your way through waves of nerds, bullies, and jocks, each with their own special abilities!
- Face off against powerful bosses ranging from a science professor to even the principal himself!
- Earn your stripes in the story mode and then test your skills in survival!
- Activate your slushie to give all students on screen a "brain freeze", locking them in place!
- Swipe your finger in between any row of tables to call in the janitor to wipe out students in his way!
- Get power-ups to double, triple or hyper-charge your apples!
- Crisp graphics!
- Game Center integration for all your achievement needs!
- Did we mention the soundtrack?
Lunch War is developed by The Automatic Gentlemen, LLC, a two-man company composed of 19-year-old college students Matt Guido and John-Paul Yunque. Thanks for stopping by to check out our game!
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Requires iOS 6.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Lunch War! is a free software application from the Action subcategory, part of the Games & Entertainment category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2013-07-26. The program can be installed on iOS.
Lunch War! (version 1.1) has a file size of 66.48 MB and is available for download from our website.
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