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Woodgrain Wonderland (Oct 21, 2016)
As with a lot of Atari games, the action starts out easy but gradually scales in difficulty to the point where you’re frenetically going up and down catching cakes and dodging knives. If you like games like Tapper or Pressure Cooker, you’ll love this game.
TeleMatch (May, 1983)
Cakewalk gefällt mir unter den bisherigen derei COMMA-VID-Spielen am besten, obgleich es nicht das komplexeste ist. Ausschlaggebend hiefür sind herrliche optiche Gags, die sich auf den Spielverlauf auswirken: Ab und zu rollen Gabeln und Messer an, die man auf keinen Fall versehentlich aufnehmen darf. Pfefferkuchenmänner tanzen auf den Bänder vor und zurück und erschweren dadurch rechtzeitige Reaktionen. In bestimmten Abständen bringt eine Tasse Kaffee eine unerläßliche Verschnaufpause. Fällt etwas vom Band, so erscheint ein Hausmeister und fegt es fort. Endlich mal wieder kein Baller-, sondern ein lustiges, nicht allzuschwieriges Spiel!
Game Freaks 365 (Jul 05, 2010)
Cakewalk is a great example of what the Video Game Crash would hide from the populace. CommaVid simply picked the wrong time to come onto the market, leaving fun games like Cakewalk in the shadows and then making it a real bitch to play them today because you have to sell your heart to get them. I was lucky enough to get it from a friend for a great deal, but don't bet on actually seeing this thing in the wild. It's not something I'd kill for, but if you love that Tapper-style of game, then Cakewalk will be sure to provide plenty of enjoyment and challenge.
At the turn of the century, the Cakewalk was all the rage. Danced primarily to ragtime music, it had very little to do with baking in any form. While the game Cakewalk has everything to do with baking except eating, I doubt it will become all the rage either now or when this century turns. A half-baked idea at best.
Atari HQ (2001)
A good deal of the fun of the game, at least initially, is in watching the little janitor rush onscreen with his broom and quickly dispense with the mess. He does take awhile to clean up and move on, however, during which time the game play grinds to a halt. For those reasons, I tend to believe that younger players and novice gamers might be more inclined to play this game several times. Veteran gaming enthusiasts will probably stick with Tapper.