Good Pizza Great Pizza – Have Fun Playing This Casual Simulation Game
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Have you always wondered what it’s like to have your pizzeria? Then, you should definitely play Good Pizza Great Pizza now. Find out what this fun casual game is about.
Making Pizza More Fun
Good Pizza Great Pizza is a casual pizza business simulator published by TapBlaze. In this pizza game, you play the role of an owner of a pizza shop. You get to create a pizza from scratch, starting with the dough, then add the toppings, and bake it. Then, you also have to slice it perfectly and serve it to customers as fast as possible. Your goal is to keep customers happy as they wait for you to prepare and serve the food that they’re craving for. Ultimately, it’s a fun and highly entertaining game that you will enjoy.
Let’s discuss in detail how to play this casual pizza game in the next section.
Getting Started With This Pizza Game
Like many games, you’ll start this pizza game with a tutorial. Your first customer will be your competitor, just seeing if you make a sumptuous pizza. He will ask for a cheese pizza with six slices. So, the first step will be to get the dough and place them on the table. When you place them on the table, they’ll automatically take the shape of a pizza.
After that, you put tomato sauce. Make sure you only put enough sauce to cover the pizza since the ingredients cost money. If you put too much, you won’t profit from it. Similarly, if you don’t put enough, the customer won’t be happy with it. Therefore, make sure your sauce covers the entire pizza at least. This is also what you do with the cheese — just put enough, not too much, and not too little.
After that, put it in the oven and wait on the other side as it comes out. Then, you slice it by tapping and holding the slicer, put it in the right line, and let go to slice. Once done, put it in the box and serve it to the customer. It’s easy, right?
At first, you still start with sauce and cheese only. But as you progress further, you also add other toppings like pepperoni, which is your first topping. For the pepperoni topping, you will need to put it on 18 slices with 12 on the outside and 6 on the inside. For you not to miss it, you will see an outline that will serve as a guide.
You serve customers in this pizza game as long as your pizzeria is still open. Once it reaches closing time, you shut down for the day. It’s considered a good day if all customers are happy and you earn a profit.
Exciting Features That You’ll Definitely Watch Out
- Serve more than 100 customers with unique personalities and needs
- Create your pizza based on what the customer wants
- A fun and simple yet challenging gameplay
- A lot of toppings to choose from like pepperoni, onions, and sausages
- Realistic simulation on owning a pizzeria
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