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You've got the best seat in the house at Griller Stadium, which happens to be behind the counter at the hot dog stand. You'll need to grill dogs and sausages, add toppings and condiments, pour drinks, and pop popcorn for all of the fans at the game!
Good game, kept me entertained but there are some issues I had with it. It annoyed me that I had to wait to get a rating for the order, and if I had a hotdog on the grill it would get overcooked cause I can't attend to it, also I feel like there should be an option for Sound versusMusic. Other than that, it's my style of game thanks for making it.
I have to admit that I personally don't like decorating the restaurant myself. It always looks messy and ill-matched (maybe I should just work on my decorating skills) - but I enjoyed the games where it would decorate the restaurant for me. Everything looked nicer and more suited. Besides that minor thought, I absolutely love these games. I think they are some of the best cooking games I've played yet and are exactly what I was always looking for .
a hacked one ahh maybe there might be one thats hacked
This is the first Papa's game I have played. One of the nicer time killing restaurant person games I've played, and I am very impressed with the detailed help files. Especially since they are in game. Too many games these days link all their information to outside of the game itself, and even then it's usually having to go to a different site just to find out what the controls are.
Follow the example of in game information from this people, just because it's a silly cooking game doesn't mean it there isn't quality work in it.
If there was one "problem" I have with the game, it is that your "Active" Ticket keeps getting replaced by the latest order taken, instead of being put on the line. Seriously, the order you were working on gets lost in the shuffle. Why the heck does the latest order taken replace older orders? It really discourages me from taking more than two, MAYBE three orders at once, because something that would be easy to manage becomes a guessing game of "Which one of those tickets on the line was the one I was working on?"
Also, that ten seconds of judgment time can really mess with the cooking sometimes. It makes sense that taking their orders fills up time (you even have repeat customers place their orders faster eventually), but the long wait for somebody to say their order is wonderful can result in the next order having a less favorable hotdog rating because you had to wait for tickets to rain down from the sky.
Hot Diarrhea, good game though these are always addictive and i just love the sounds effects, they are so clear and beautiful...
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