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Denny's partners with Atari to let you play with your food


5:30 PM on 07.01.2014
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Holy Moons over My Hammy! While Denny's is remixing their foods as part of their new Greatest hits Remixed menu promotion they're also working with Atari to create some pretty weird videogame/food remixes. Expect flying hash brows and syrup bottle shooters in the remixes of classics Asteroids, Centipede, and Breakout.

In Hashteroids (seriously!?) you're out to deliver 40 tons of condiments to the 4th planet in sector 7d. Takeout has Denny's food built up in a wall that you have to take down by feeding customers. And Centipup sounds like something that would have made for the most amazing board meeting ever. Here's how they explain it:

 Once upon a time, a young boy named Danny came across a bottle of syrup and with just a slight squeeze the bottle’s sticky contents had the power to turn anyone or anything into a fried egg.

All three games are available on Denny's mobile app for iPhone and Android devices. 






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