Finally, Buckner & Garcia release their new mobile video game!


Atlanta, GA - March 26, 2012 - From "Buckner & Garcia" the guys who brought you the classic hit song "Pac-Man Fever," and most recently the title song to the Disney worldwide hit movie “Wreck-It Ralph,” comes an all new mobile video game, “Buckner & Garcia’s Cafeteria Food Riot”.

Known for writing songs about video games, Buckner & Garcia decided to take the plunge and develop their own video game.

“Traditionally kids have always complained about school cafeteria food and the staff who serve it” explains Jerry Buckner, “so we thought it might be fun to turn that concept into a video game”.

“When I met Greg Chudecke , a game developer at Caffeinated Games,” Buckner continues, “I saw it as an opportunity to take our idea to the next level. We ran the idea by Greg and he liked it and agreed to get involved. We added Owen Douglas at Ozone Entertainment to do graphics and got the ball rolling in the fall of 2011.”

The game is set in a school cafeteria where players are caught in the middle of a food fight and have to defend themselves using their throwing skills. They score points and move through levels taking out cheerleaders and bullies, destroying canned food barricades and dodging flying food while battling the crazy animals attacking them from the kitchen!

If you’ve never had the fun of being in a food fight, here is your chance with “Buckner & Garcia’s Cafeteria Food Riot”.

Available now on iTunes and Google Play

Visit  for links to play “Buckner & Garcia’s Cafeteria Food Riot” lite version for free.


Jerry Buckner

Buckner & Garcia Productions

Atlanta, GA


Greg Chudecke

Caffeinated Games

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