Team Lava Releases Fifth in Acclaimed Story Series with Bakery Story (iPhone)

Here’s a fun fact about Team Lava’s iPhone games: All four of Team Lava’s previous free-to-play “Story” titles (Farm Story, Restaurant Story, City Story, Empire Story) currently reside in the list of Top 150 grossing games and some have risen as high as #1 or #2 in the Top Free Apps chart. Building on this stunning success and not resting on their laurels, Team Lava has now released the fifth game in the series, putting players in charge of a bakery in the aptly titled “Bakery Story“. Check out the following press release for more details

Rise to Pastry Stardom with Bakery Story, Out Now for iPhone: Save your dough – the newest game in the hit “Story” series is free to play!

SAN FRANCISCO – December 2, 2010: Leading social game developer TeamLava today announced the release of its new social confectionery game, Bakery Story, for iOS devices. It’s an addictive casual title where players manage everything from recipes and decorations to tasty treats and colorful cooking devices. Starting with just a cookie sheet and a dream, aspiring pastry chefs will design and build their bakery and menu to suit every customer’s tastes on a path to creating the ultimate neighborhood hot-spot.

With gorgeous graphics, Game Center support, community and social features plus vast design choices, Bakery Story will satisfy your craving for pastry perfection!The fifth game in TeamLava’s explosive “Story” series, this yummy title comes hot on the heels of chart-topping games Restaurant Story, City Story, Farm Story and Empire Story. Go ahead and let the flour fly – new content will be released EVERY WEEK so the game continually gets even better!

Operating a bakery is no easy task. To truly shine, players can build a community via Facebook integration and gifting, letting them share their bakery with friends and family. To succeed, players will seat and serve customers, prepare fresh goodies and modify restaurant design on the fly along with many other time-management jobs in the bakery. Like previous chart-topping “Story” games, Bakery Story has a persistent user profile, attributes to level-up and secret unlockable items. With some dedication, you’ll soon have an army of customers all wanting perfect cupcakes, pastries and pies.

Bakery Story Features:

  • Choose from more than 50 varieties of baked goods, both sweet and savory.
  • Brand new drink machine serves up coffee, tea, and specialty drinks.
  • Perfect your bakery layout with new chairs, tables, decorations and wallpaper.
  • Retina Display enabled for bright and beautiful graphics.
  • Showcase your bakery and earn extra-special tips from friends.
  • Get notifications whenever your pies and breads are ready.
  • Invite your Facebook friends to be your neighbors.
  • Exchange secret recipes with your friends.
  • Game Center support with tons of cool achievements.
  • It’s totally FREE, with fresh new content every week.

Bakery Story is designed for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. A network connection is required to play. It’s a free download and is available now on the App Store:

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  1. Berri March 1, 2011

    Free??? Are you kidding me. I just looked at my credit card bill. My daughter has been playing this game for about 1 month and she clicks on the continue to play passages claiming it’s free. I’m being charged 780 dollars on gems that were supposedly bought while playing. This is very deceptive and I’m not the only one being shocked at their credit card itunes bill

  2. tokyo_nights March 2, 2011

    Hey Berri,

    Do you mind dropping me an e-mail on this. I would like to know more.

  3. Maia's Mom April 16, 2011

    The same thing happened to me! I have sent 2 emails to “TeamLava” and have not received any response. I am very upset about this sudden in-app purchase by my 6-year-old kid who didn’t know what she was doing. We are still new to my android phone and I did not know that it was so easy for someone to charge my credit card $49.99 US without my authorization. I strongly feel that such a transaction should be illegal. I was also told that people who own iphones are always prompt for a PIN whenever their about to purchase an app and I’m wondering why such a prompt never came up when my daughter accidently bought $49.99 US of “gems”.