The only 'problem' with Good Pizza, Great Pizza is that it'll make you hungry. So say arrivederci to your diet – this is a game in which you're tasked with managing a restaurant and catering to your customers' demands. Along the way, you'll discover how to design the perfect pizza (as fast as possible).
Punters pop up in your shop and place orders of varying complexity. On the surface, your role is to tap on the screen to sprinkle sauce, cheese and toppings on a dough base. But in reality, you're juggling finances, saving up to buy new ingredients and upgrading your furniture. Don't chuck on too much cheesy goodness! This is a business after all. Can you generate enough income – and tips – to stay open and trounce your rival across the street?
We love the cartoony art style, and there's a thread of absurd humour running throughout. "I just want to hug this pizza for a few hours," jokes a satisfied customer. The ability to ask "What?" when one of the 80 or so regulars makes a bizarre order for half a pepperoni pizza with no pepperoni on it, or something equally puzzlesome, is a joy.
Beware though. Customer satisfaction plummets if you hassle them for clarity, or fail to produce what they request. Between chapters, you'll witness broadcasts from the Pizza News Network. These boast critics' reviews of your outlet as well as amusing messages from PNN's sponsors.
Good Pizza, Great Pizza is fun, frantic and has a terrific sense of humour – grab a slice now.