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May 23, 2011 | 12:15 PM EDT
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In this sequel to "Papa's Pizzeria" and "Papa's Burgeria", you'll need to take orders, cook a variety of meats, and build the perfect taco for your waiting customers.

Papa's Taco Mia! features dozens of toppings, sauces, meats, and taco shells that unlock as you play, and a steady stream of new and returning customers with their own taco tastes. The time-management and hands-on gameplay of the series is back, with brand-new cooking and taco-building challenges. In a new twist to the series, challenging "Closer" customers will visit at the end of each day, demanding only the best-constructed tacos. The new Food Critic will also visit once a week, and if you can satisfy his ever-changing tastes, you'll earn a Blue Ribbon for even higher tips!

"Papa's Taco Mia!" also features weekly paychecks with raises, customers who place orders faster as they earn awards, and a brand-new achievement system with 60 in-game Badges to earn while playing. Shop Upgrades also make a return, with a variety of new decorations and items to help improve your score.
Do you have what it takes to become a Taco Master? Head into the kitchen and find out today!

Game Features:

- Time-management cooking sim in the Papa Louie universe
- All-new taco making mechanics
- Unlock a variety of toppings, meats, and sauces
- Over 50 unique customers to serve
- Challenging "Closer" customers visit each day
- Weekly visits from the Food Critic
- 60 in-game achievements to earn
- New upgrades in the shop to improve your score
- Weekly paychecks and raises as you level up
- Free to play online!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


neeeeddd medallssssss....Neeed medalllllsssssss...........

oh sorry....this game has grate potential but easily gets repetitive and annoying trying to muti-task over and over again....there should be a ending to the career mode...and did i mention it needs medals?

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's ok, BUT...

The game mechanics are nothing new or interesting. Why do he same thing that has been done before so many times? Those kinds of games are starting to annoy me a little because so little thought seems to have been put into them. It is time for a CHANGE.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Geat with a few flaws.

I had a really fun time playing this game. The game play mechanics were awesome and the game was difficult enoughf from easily getting a perfect score but just hard enoughf to be a fun challange. There were a few things I really didnt like though. For one I didnt like that you couldnt put cooked meat and chicken to the side for later. (mabey you could put it to the side but have it loose heat so youd have to heat it up for later?) The other thing I hated was when your customer was reviewing your taco, the meat was still cooking in the background and I often ended up with less than perfect meat. Other than that I think you have an amazing game here. P.S. Never play this game on an empty stomach.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Better than anything I could do in flash Nice game man but the I liked the pizza one a bit more but anyways nice job.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A Messy, But Good Taco

The fun thing about Papa's Burgeria is that it allowed you to jump into the role of a fast food attendant without all the frustration that comes with it. While Papa's Taco Mia is a good idea to start, the game suffers from some pretty basic flaws that make it real difficult to get through and thus takes some of the fun out of getting through each level. Since this game involves tacos, naturally, the grilling station is different, but it's fatal flaw lies in the lack of a storage station for your cooked meat: rather than being able to throw three or four burgers on the grill in anticipation of your customers, everything has to be made-to-order, because you have no place to put your cooked meat while you're trying to build tacos and take orders, so naturally, it gets overcooked, and that will force you to start over again, which costs you time. And the build station isn't that forgiving either: when you're trying to put one type of of topping on the taco, the game has a glitch where it cannot switch from one to another, so you end up overloading the taco with the same thing; also, the sauces are a bit difficult to turn off when you're done covering the taco, so you end up making a mess with the sauce, and it will count against you. What makes these flaws the worst is that the game introduces a "Closer" customer, a customer so picky that you won't be able to get away with 70% completion on any item like you would with other customers, and given the aforementioned flaws, it only makes the game a frustrating endeavor--kinda like working in fast food for real. The game does offer a paycheck every few days so you don't have to hinge all your upgrade purchases on tips (in fact, you might wanna buy the Hypnoclock and other such distractions as soon as possible), but on the whole, this game is like Taco Bell: if you're hungry enough, or in this case, bored enough, you'll want to spend some time here, but afterward, you'll wanna go back to Papa's Burgeria instead.

There's some debate, but overall people find this review helpful