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Jan 21, 2014 | 11:32 AM EST
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You're in charge of Papa's Pastaria, where you'll take orders, cook noodles, add sauces and toppings, and toast breads to craft the perfect plate of pasta for your customers! New the series, you'll be opening the Dining Room in your restaurant, and you'll hire a server to help you get through the hectic workday! As you level up you'll earn new toppings, meet new customers, and work through the ever-changing seasons of the town.

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LucasZangadoLucasZangado

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love all Papa's games and this one is not exception, keep up the great games and work. Your games make my day.


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123toytoy1243123toytoy1243

Rated 5 / 5 stars

another awesome papa's game to the collection and hoping for many more to come. i like the idea of having the seat thing with the person taking orders for people and the bread and the water dripping was also another good idea, the graphics are clear and u can buy the other games on the tablets and on Google payer which is a bonus so i cant wait for more games


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kingripperkingripper

Rated 5 / 5 stars

You guys should make an ultimate addition for like steam or something, I would buy it!


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JustandJustand

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great games like this should always be on front page. Not some quickly made cheap ass games out their, your's is a very great creation, for my reason to support me, you would've token a ton of time to script everything to work, tested, fixed the bugs and all. So you deserve my 5 stars/



MelindaCMelindaC

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is my first review of a Papa Louie game even though I've been playing them for years. In this game, you have to prepare specific pasta dishes from your customers' orders and have them judge you based on how well you did. Some pastas and toppings are seasonal, which adds variety. The biggest challenge was putting the toppings in the correct order as it seems there were specific patterns, making it very hard sometimes to figure them out. Of course that's the point of the game. I must warn that this game is long- it took me 115 levels to finally unlock Papa Louie but the delightful ending makes it worth it (I wouldn't spoil it for you). Getting the timers is a must since some want their pastas al dente rather than well cooked. I do question some of the toppings (pickled eggs?), the unnecessary double-ordering and lack of good sides. I imagine that at least some of the girls would've appreciated not having extra carbs. Overall, a better than average but not quite excellent game.


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