Papa’s Taco Mia
Flipline Studios has managed to give you an opportunity at running your own Taco Restaurant with Papa’s Taco Mia. Embark on a long journey to build on your restaurant empire as you gradually build up your customer base, and serve them up with hot and delicious tacos. Don’t be too late, and keep that service up nice and fast otherwise you might find yourself with a less than a reasonable tip from your customers.
Interactive and Fun Cooking
The game will guide you through your first steps. The game is centered around cooking and it certainly takes the extra mile to make sure it’s fun, and interactive with specific physics to really make you feel like you’re hands-on with the stove.
You’ll be working with the meat, flipping it around, cooking it as required, and putting it in the tortilla shell, and eventually going to the topping station where you will need to add the toppings in the exact order that the customers requested them.
Even adding the toppings is a fun little experience as you’ll be able to go wild with how you pour it!
While Papa’s Taco Mia is entirely based around making tacos for your customers. You can try out other games that give you an opportunity to make more diverse dishes. Games like Papa’s Taco Mia are Papa’s Cupcakeria To Go!, Papa’s Freezeria To Go!, Papa’s Pizzeria To Go!, and Papa’s Burgeria To Go!
How to Play
Start by creating a save file and typing your name in it. You’ll be shown your restaurant from the outside and guided through each of the three stations.
In the order station, you’ll be able to write down the ticket from your very first customer. Keep in mind that the exact order the customer requests each of the toppings, is exactly how you need to do it.
Your first step will be to head to the grill station with the ticket and begin cooking the meat to how the customer likes it. Once the meat is done cooking, you’ll be going to the build station.
The build station is where you’ll be adding the toppings. Give a look at the ticket, and add each of the toppings one by one without messing up the order.
As you progress further into the game, the orders will get more complex and you’ll have to cook multiple orders at once. That’s when the stove REALLY gets busy. One small mistake and you might have to disappoint a customer or two.
Papa’s Taco Mia is a fun casual experience when it comes to the cooking genre. There’s a lot of fun to be had while cooking the meat and there’s just the right level of complexity to make the game fun and entertaining for newcomers!