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This is a really cute game, I’ve spent hours of playing and I’m day 38 of chapter 2. I’m a bit obsessed haha 😅I like how this is is an open ended restaurant game, the sensation and the sounds of putting the toppings on the pizzas is really really satisfying. The art is adorable and well done and it has really good representation. There’s even a bit of a storyline here. The npc dialogue is hilarious and clever. Sometimes the customer’s order is pretty straightforward, but other times they’ll make you think a little bit about what they want. I also really really like how this game doesn’t barrage you with in app purchases like a lot of freemium games do, you can pretty much watch ads to get the things you want or speed things up. I noticed some things I don’t like about the game though but they don’t make it unenjoyable or unplayable. Sometimes the complicated orders are frustrating and impossible to get right, even after tapping “what?” and getting an explanation. I also don’t think it’s fair that the happiness meter goes down if you have to ask to clarify an order. Maybe things will pick up, but besides unlocking new toppings, saving for the arcade machine lol and being sort of curious about the cult, I’m getting a little bored. It’s mostly grinding at this point. I hope it picks up soon with more storylines like the ones in chapter 1. This is a great game though, the artists and devs should make more games like this/in this style 💖
I've been thinking about a game like this for years, and it has finally been realized, and perfectly. The writing is incredibly silly and fun, and relates to the mechanics in that customers lose happiness if you ask them to clarify their bad jokes. The art is absolutely precious and cohesive; the color scheme is remarkably charming and the customization options provided are lovely. The tactile experience paired with the sound effects of placing toppings is somehow incredibly satisfying. I feel the gameplay is balanced. There are a few bugs and inconsistencies; sometimes prompt standards will be inconsistent from Chapter 1 to Chapter 2, sometimes my game just goes black and restarts, and sometimes I'll come back to the app and the SFX will be gone, which is annoying, but it doesn't detract enough from the game for me to detract a star for it. This game is amazing and harkens back to the good old days of strategy games I played online as a kid. I cannot recommend it enough. You can see in every nook and cranny in this game how much love was put in. When playing in Japanese, the jokes are specialized to Japan and comprise entirely new requests tailored to the language rather than mere translations of the English prompts. I love this game so much I've already pumped like 6 hours into it and I know for a fact I'll be coming back until I've bought everything. Well done, Tapblaze. Thank you.
I love this game! I’ve never written an app review but I’m writing one now in hopes that the developers would make more games like this. First off, the customers are a great variety from the tattoos or missing arm down to the request for complicated orders. Second, the additional details of the restaurant like the options they have to decorate your restaurant with brick walls, square or round tables, seasonal decorations, etc. And it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg to do so! You make enough to buy stuff after saving for a few days or extending the days and you don’t have to overload on annoying ads. There’s also this tablet that’s basically for their version of DoorDash/Yelp. Lastly, making pizza has never been so satisfying. There’s a wide variety of toppings, recipes, and HOLY GUACAMOLE I love the sound of putting the toppings on the pizza. There’s just something about it! Idk how to explain it. The only thing I wish is for more storylines. We’ve only had to deal with a few people like the boss in the beginning and those weird cult guys but I wouldn’t really call that a storyline. I did have fun with that pizza convention and Halloween special party - do more of those! The restaurant gets soooo busy that if you try to do that with the ZaZoom orders, you got a challenge. I’m really glad I found this game.
This game is amazing! I like how some customer orders are very clever, where you have to think outside the pizza box to satisfy your customers. (See what I did there?) Some customer orders are straightforward, and some are very confusing and frustrating, which makes me want to write the pizza orders on a sheet of paper, but it’s alright. A game about pizza was one of my dreams, and you made that dream true! (To be clear, pizza delivery games are boring. They’re just delivery games. If mail delivery games existed, then they would be the same thing, with the same concept as the pizza delivery games.) This game has a story, it makes the delicious pizza part of the game stand out much more than ANY, and I say ANY of the pizza delivery games. This game makes you place the sauce, cheese, and one or some or all the toppings on the pizza on your own. I LOVE how I have to place the toppings equally on each slice! (Shouldn’t real life pizza restaurants work this way?) “Good Pizza, Great Pizza”, is an astonishing game, maybe the best game yet! The reason why this game is not on the top 50 best free games is WAY beyond me. (App Store) If possible, I would rate this game 7 to 8 pizzas out of 5 pizzas! (Chapter 3, with more toppings, with different types of sauce and cheese, CONFIRMED?)
The art on this game is really appealing I like how they really attempted to make the characters look realistic and super cute. The toppings and decorations of the restaurant are also adorable depending on how you decorate it. The guy dancing outside is funny. I do wish though they would add more decorations maybe in a future update to make it more fun. I will say though that customers are very rude and quick to anger which is understandable since they are trying to make it feel like working in a real pizzeria. Also, when you purchase upgrades like longer days or tables to spawn more customers, the day will still go by REALLY fast and not a lot of people will come in, resulting in you not making enough money at the end of the day. It can begin to feel repetitive since all you are doing is making pizzas there is not much else to it. So maybe adding stuff like delivery can make it fun too. Also, in the new update, I don’t know why customers are asking me for a pescatarian pizza when I haven’t purchased any seafood yet like the anchovies? I will give it 4 stars since I like the artwork and it is less stressful than other restaurant cooking games but I took away one star because the customers are rude especially in this new update and the game can get repetitive.
Developed by TAPBLAZE.
Good Pizza, Great Pizza is ranking in Games & Simulation & Food & Drink & Casual
Last update was at Dec 28, 2019and the current version is 3.3.0.
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Good Pizza, Great Pizza have a 75 746a user reviews.
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