Cakewalk (disambiguation)

Cakewalk (disambiguation)

Cakewalk may refer to:

* Cakewalk, the traditional African American form of music and dance
* Cakewalk (company), the Boston-based company which produces music software
* Cakewalk (sequencer), their music sequencing software
* A type of amusement park ride
* A game played at carnivals to win cakes
* A game for the Atari 2600. The game involves taking cakes off the conveyor belt at a certain pace. If you drop a cake the janitor comes over and sweeps up the cake. You get three attempts.
*A play by Peter Feibleman about his relationship with Lillian Hellman.

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