Paster Master (Windows)

Paster Master Windows Main menu - look for some hidden surprises

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Description

Paster Master is a top-down arena shooter set inside a bowl of pasta at Migno's pizza restaurant "Pizza and diarrhoea". Mr. Migno's business was going well until demon hordes started using a bowl of his pasta as a gateway from hell right inside his restaurant. Not to let a challenge go unanswered, Migno puts on his magic hat and his head detaches itself from his body as it is sucked right into the portal. Fighting inside the bowl, he has to fend off the demon hordes to complete the game.

Mingo's head (and hat) can be freely moved around inside the bowl using the keyboard and the hat is able to emit a laser beam, controlled and directed through the mouse. Enemies appear from all sides at an increasingly faster rate. A single touch of demon spawn is sufficient to end the game, but there are a few power-ups such as bottles of ketchup that clear the entire screen and provide rapid fire for a moment. Small orbs that surround him with a shield.

Next to the main game, there are a few bonuses and hidden mini-games present.

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Paster Master Windows Surrounded by a shield.
Paster Master Windows Almost halfway the game
Paster Master Windows Enemies approach from all directions.
Paster Master Windows After a while, new types of enemies will appear.

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Alternate Titles

  • "Pasta Master" -- name on title screen

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Sciere (478561) added Paster Master (Windows) on Jan 10, 2009