#Breakforcist is the world's FIRST breakfast/exorcism-themed endless arcade-style brick breaker! Use your magic paddle & ball to rescue breakfast from the clutches of the evil demon "Howdy" and get paid like its your job. Enjoy a full original soundtrack accompanied by a pastel nightmare of breakfast debris flying in all directions! A collaboration between Pete Ellison & Lucid Sheep Games!

"...I spent at least two hours curled up with my iPad, paddling balls at breakfast. Well-played, Breakforcist."
- Kotaku
"...definitely one of the better brick-breaker games for mobile right now and certainly the most interesting"
- Gamezebo
"...there's a delightful mania to the game that makes destroying the blocks feel perfectly chaotic."
- Pocket Gamer
"...the EDM music is top-notch..."
- AppAdvice

#Breakforcist Limited Edition 7" Vinyl from The Yetee

4 tracks from the #Breakforcist soundtrack pressed on egg-colored 180 gram 7" vinyl, limited to 250 pieces. Produced & sold by The Yetee. Includes a download code for the digital version.


The full digital soundtrack by Pete Ellison includes all 17 tracks + instrumental versions!

Bibimbap Friends are on a mission to promote the invigorating taste of bibimbap worldwide! Mr. Bibimbap is fresh and vibrant; Mr. Dolsot is spicy and a little hot-tempered! 

Bibimbap Friends stickers are a favorite on Facebook Messenger, LINE and iMessage!

Half donut, half ghost, all cute! Donut Ghost is the sole proprietor of his own international donut shop chain. Please enjoy using the many moods & feelings of Donut Ghost to communicate with your friends!

(iMessage pack includes 3 bonus Donut Ghost sticker packs for a total of over 70 stickers! Whoa!)

Kujira-chan & Geikatsu are two whales who just moved into town from the beach. Sweet and plump Kujira-chan loves tropical fruits, cool drinks and texting on her cel-phone. Evil and pink Geikatsu loves scheming and treating himself. Join these two frenemies as they live their day to lives in the city!

Charm-Ing! This sticker pack is inspired by the very popular plastic "junk charm" necklaces of 1985. Nobody knows who designed these, but they were everywhere!