I have three complaints; (1) Fix the glitch where the tutorial arrows/highlights sometimes stops you from progressing through, (2) Weapon aim setting should be default set as "Automatic" from the very beginning instead of rapid taps, and (3) the decal stickers' position should be moved manually by the player instead of randomly. Other than those, Great game overall 5/5. I like this rogue-like taco-selling mutant-killing concept.
The intro is hilarious. Taco truck moving to Canada due to mutants caused by a president... Whoops, I mean "scientist" accidentally blowing up nuclear bombs. The game is a mixed of management and action game, serving up tacos never been this fun
Not too bad and quite fun. I'll come back when my arm is all healed up. As it is, I struggle to even keep up. :P 'Cos it's quite a rougish restaurant-management game which can be fairly chaotic in terms of combat. I truly dig the music and the animations: all so old-school! :) 4/5 'cos of the issues that plague it and needs more updates to address them. Bug: once, game was stuck at "pick up glowing piece of meat" tutorial. Most of game options couldn't respond or be accessed except pause button. Maybe cos I crashed the truck. There's another lua crash issue bug which I've informed the devs about.
Find this game too unrealistic to be any fun. I'm fine with all the mutants and what not but the notion that any human bring would willingly want to go to winnipeg is absurd.
This game is close to being great but there are a few things that hold it back: 1) The difficulty ramps up about half way through... and I mean, it gets ridiculously difficult, very suddenly. 2) The gameplay loop almost requires you to get golden tickets (which means watching ads or spending real money) because there simply is no way you will have enough money to buy gas AND ingredients that you are constantly running out of. 3) Useless flamethrower IAP... I bought the flamethrower (with real money) but I don't even get any fuel to start with. It's also unclear how fuel is even obtained. Heck, how does one even obtain more rockets than the starting 10? 4) The recipe book seems to be deliberately set up in a way that makes it difficult to find recipes in a timely manner, thus causing the player to lose money... why can't the book be set up with tabs displaying a picture of the taco needed? 5) Why are the decals unable to be moved manually? 6) What does a scoop do, as opposed to a hammer, or a flamethrower? Which item is superior here? Also, is a shotgun better than a machine gun? Is a tommy gun better than a shotgun? How am I supposed to know?
I love the game, I really do. Though I'm confused as to why I usually get tocco tickets every other time I watch an ad.
There was a bug in the garage when you fixed your truck! We used a toolkit on the code so Rocco's toolkit would work again. It worked. Sorry for the mess!