• 2018 Best Game Audio awarded by IMIRT: Irish Game Makers Association
• 2017 Featured on App Store in New games we love in USA, UK, Finland, Canada and others
• 9/10 Rating on All Age Gaming
• MacWorld named as one of The 10 Mac Games You Need to Play in January 2017
Gunman Taco Truck is an action-packed drive across the post-apocalypse United States to reach the safe haven of Winnipeg, Canada, where there are no taco trucks and your family’s taco business can thrive. Getting to the safe towns is hectic but your truck is armed with weapons that blast mutants into taco fillings. In the towns you serve up the mutant scraps to struggling survivors who are more picky than they should be. Use money earned and scrap metal found to upgrade your truck and buy gas and supplies for the trip to the next town. You simply MUST see this game to believe it. Download now!
"Without question one of, if not the best, roguelike game I've ever played." ... "Crazy-good roguelike, very challenging and extremely fun. Cannot recommend more highly!" – Steam review
"...a game that's quite fun & enjoyable & original & interesting. We don't get that often." – Jim Sterling @jimsterling
Gunman Taco Truck is one of MacWorld's "The 10 Mac Games You Need To Play" in January 2017
"Rather than a silly kids’ game, Gunman Taco Truck is a competent action roguelike with some strategy and planning elements thrown in for good measure. Instead of a simple distraction, there is a robust game here that is going to provide quite a challenge, and you’ll see a significant amount of gameplay before you reach the end. There are also decals to collect along the way, and there are various routes that you can take across the country, so expect to spend quite a bit of time with the game if you want to see everything. It can be a bit tedious to have to replay the early parts of the game over and over as you start from scratch each time, but as you progress it feels good to get a bit further. All in all, Gunman Taco Truck is quite fun, and it surprised me with just how much game hides just behind the vibrant, silly surface." – TechRaptor
All Age Gaming gives GMTT a 9/10 rating!
TechRaptor gives GMTT a 7.5/10 rating! Labeled "Very Good".
James Batchelor did an interview with Donovan about GMTT
Gunman Taco Truck was covered in VentureBeat
The Wall Street Journal also covered Gunman Taco Truck
Gunman Taco Truck was designed by Donovan Brathwaite-Romero when he was 9 years old. The game idea was so good that his parents, John and Brenda Romero, decided to make its development a family project. Over 2 years and lots of fun have gone into making Gunman Taco Truck an unforgettable experience, and the realization of Donovan's dream of making a video game. Donovan has been learning how to code for the past 3 years.
The entire game is free to play to the very end! Ensure that you win with In-App Purchases!
Fixed bug in premium store
Fixed animating monsters in background bug
Fixed town attack customer animations
Chinese language is now available
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Overall, this is a really neat game. Although certain aspects of the game such as the often unhelpful placement of stores and garages make the game seem poorly planned, whether intentionally or not, they add to the game’s resource management. In fact, probably the best part about this game is that it’s shooter, cooking, and resource management aspects are all combined into one deceptively complex game. It is very fun and challenging, but...
There are some problems. The gameplay needs some minor tweaks, but my biggest problem with the bosses. Nothing in the game or tutorial even gives you a hint on how to defeat them. You can usually figure it out, but only after losing to them at least once, and it can be very annoying to make it all the way to Montana only to be taken out by a mega-ant that you have no idea how to deal with. In fact, the Mega-Ant is the boss I’ve been having the biggest problem with. I was able to beat it first try, but since then it’s acid spit seems to be dealing full damage even when I successfully dodge it. I have no idea if this is the result of a glitch, or a lack of understanding of how the battle works. Overall, a good game, but it has its problems.
A really great game, but it gets pretty hard without expensive upgrades if you don’t get them early on in the game, even on easy mode. Even if you wanna go back to previous spots to sell tacos, the customers will be found dead. It’s a pretty cool detail but it makes it hard to make money if you really need it. The upgrades are pretty expensive and need 3-4 rounds worth of collecting money and scraps to afford it. The gas is also really expensive considering you waste almost all the profit from making tacos on gas afterwards. Also the “game over” aspect of the game where your truck gets destroyed is really annoying. I’ve had times where I’m almost at the destination only to be killed and have to restart the game over.
Good but problems
It’s a good game, and I congratulate the developer, but it’s has some problems. I’m playing on the iPhone 11 Pro and I am unable to progress because some menu options including the game shops are cut off completely. For example I can’t toggle some of the game settings, and I can’t buy amor (because of the mini tutorial where you have to like the info icon above the upgrade). Along with other things being cut off. I really like this game and would love to give it 5 stars, but with these problems making the game practically unplayable I can’t.
Message to the developers: please fix the off cut/ resolution problems. Would greatly appreciate it, so that I can continue to enjoy this game.
- Romero Games Ltd.
- 131.3 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2018 Romero Games Ltd
- In-App Purchases
- The Midas Mobile $0.99
- The Dono-Van $0.99
- The Rocket Truck $0.99
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