World’s Fastest Pizza
Fremantle, Western Australia
March 15, 2016
Gamejolt.com (Original game)
Steam Store Page
IN A SENTENCE
In World’s Fastest Pizza you must deliver pizza to the denizens of Australia using an armory of SUPERPOWERS and NOT-SO-SUPERPOWERS in your quest to rid the land of hunger and rebuild your space ship to return home.
World’s Fastest Pizza is a high-speed comedy game in which you must deliver pizzas to the denizens of Australia in under 10 seconds.
How is this possible? SUPERPOWERS! Mix-and-match 15 different powers such as a:
Personal Assistant Koala (PAK), Drill-Shaped Dildo (Drildo), Time Machine and a Cloned Flash-mob, just to name a few.
You play as Tortoiseman, once prince of the planet Tortopia, sent to Earth by his father, J-Dilla, just before the planet’s destruction. Adopted by a redneck pizza chef and his wife, he started to display baller superpowers, and took the awesomely fake name Cornelius Pretorius. Now a man, he works for World’s Fastest Pizza, a sleazy fast-food restaurant.
The game has been played by crowds from Australia, to Europe, to the U.S.A, including exhibition at Fantastic Arcade and the Perth Games Festival.
The original World’s Fastest Pizza was a free game that managed to get over 4 Million views through Let’s Plays on YouTube. This Steam version features all new graphics, gameplay, writing and music. It’s basically a completely new game.
- Many iconic Australian landmarks to get killed next-to.
- 15 different superpowers to mix-and-match.
- A soundtrack comprised entirely of bangers.
- A satirical look at modern Australia.
- A ton of pop-culture references and jokes
WHO and HISTORY
Oscar Brittain is based in Fremantle, Western Australia. He released the free game World’s Fastest Pizza in 2014, which was a hit with YouTube Let’s Players, clocking in at over 4 million views.
Spurred on by this success, and a successful Greenlight campaign, he began work on a full version, to be released on Steam in march 2016.
Australian T.V shows such as Fat Pizza, Round the Twist, The Chaser’s War on Everything, Q & A, as well as cartoons from the 90’s like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Street Sharks.
The gameplay was inspired by classic games like Pac-man and Megaman, as well as modern rogue-likes such as The Binding of Isaac, Spelunky and 868-HACK.