Good Pizza, Great Pizza

Good Pizza, Great Pizza

By TAPBLAZE

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2014-12-02
  • Current Version: 2.1.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 64.41 MB
  • Developer: TAPBLAZE
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 16,295 Ratings

Description

Ever wanted to know what it feels like to run your own Pizza shop? Now you can with TapBlaze’s newest game, Good Pizza, Great Pizza! Do your best to fulfill pizza orders from customers while making enough money to keep your shop open. Upgrade your shop with new toppings and equipment to compete against your pizza rival, Alicante! GAME HIGHLIGHTS * Featuring Pizza News Network (PNN), the first newscast about all things pizza. * Over 80 customers with unique pizza orders and personalities. * Pizza toppings including pepperoni, sausage, onions, and more. * Equipment upgrades to help you become the master ovenist. * Simple, fun and challenging gameplay. * Created by pizza making professionals; the game designer worked in a pizza kitchen for four years! Can you become the master ovenist? Only time and your pizza skills will tell! Download and start pizza making now! Privacy Policy: http://www.tapblaze.com/about/privacy-policy/ Terms of Service: http://www.tapblaze.com/about/terms-conditions/

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Reviews

  • Great Game, hard to understand.

    3
    By Owgl
    Okay don’t get me wrong, this game has great, simple mechanics and it’s easy to have fun with it. But the customer orders just piss me off, they are sometimes so hard to understand. They ask for well done pizza, I run it through the over two times, not good enough. They ask for “Za” I make a simple cheese pizza because that’s what a normal pizza is. AND IT NEEDS PEPPERONI. People ask for haves this that, it’s all too complicated for me to understand. And when the order is wrong you don’t get tips, one of the only ways to get good money. And when your losing money the game isn’t fun for me anymore. All this game does is piss me off whenever I want to go back and play it. Sometimes I just want to make pizza, not become a full-fledged riddle solver.
  • ...

    5
    By iphoneuserblake
    Good app great app
  • Bad overall

    1
    By hey123v-sauce
    The game is plain out bad and makes no sense. The developers may not speak English
  • Please help!?!?!?.!.!

    5
    By Kkk222
    I love the game, definitely worth 5 stars. However I feel like I’m not making a lot of money I comparison to other people’s comments. I make every pizza perfectly and rarely have refunds.. but I only profit about $10-$15 a day. What am I doing wrong? I want to buy upgrades but it would say me weeks. Please help!!!?.!.?!
  • MUST HAVE!

    5
    By Mr.MustHaveRatings
    This game is one of the best games I ever stumbled upon on. It keeps your fingers moving and is the best way to spend free time. I downloaded this app 5 hours ago and my fingers haven’t left the screen since I pressed the app’s icon.
  • Good pizza great pizza

    4
    By Lexi1223336
    I am in love with this game I think that it is a little boring because I feel like there’s no point in it but it is still awesome
  • Gets very tedious

    2
    By czarcone
    And it gets very tedious very quickly. There are not nearly enough upgrades to make the experience easier. Of the ones that are, some of the “buddies” are grossly inefficient and incur far too much cost. The decorations are pointless and do not improve gameplay or profit. Some of the pizza orders are stupid (who on earth asks for a “well zone pizza” or a “za”?). Making two pies at a time is unwieldy, the UI makes it difficult to fluidly shift back and forth between the sauce/cheese on the left and the toppings on the right. Mediocre at best.
  • The Perfect Game

    5
    By Profasion
    At first I thought this game was too good to be true. No obligatory in-game adds, runs smoothly even on my slow (outdated) iPhone, not too easy (sometimes the customers’ requests are ridiculous, but clever when you figure it out), and incredibly fun. Honestly I don’t understand why everyone doesn’t rate this game five stars when this game has the quality of a paid game.
  • Fun but there is no way to make money

    2
    By Every update it gets worse
    The game is very fun but there's no way of making money in the game without watching ads. The customers pay too little, the cheese costs too much, making supreme pizzas cost too much, bell peppers cost too much, and some times the customers get mad at me for giving them exactly what they ordered. The customers are also very unspecific and most of the time say confusing things
  • A few things keep this from perfection. Bug bugs.

    4
    By Genicus
    I cannot stop playing this game. It’s hypnotic creating pizzas and trying to learn orders. I have made almost 1700 pizzas and don’t see myself stopping. Charming and addictive. Only a couple things frustrate me regularly. Different customers have different definitions of “veggies,” “vegan,” and “vegetables,” that sometimes include [spoilers below] ...that sometimes include things from the second topping set like pineapple and basil, and sometimes don’t. Sometimes mushrooms and olives are a veggie, sometimes they aren’t. It’s frustrating to have to clarify veggie and vegan every time a customer says the word. I have also noticed a bug spray bug. No matter if I buy the bug spray repair (I check for it daily, and always buy it if it is present), I get an infestation the next day. I have chosen to support the devs and buy some fake money with real money in appreciation, and bug spray robs me of $45 in fake money every time it comes around ($15 for the repair, $30 for the fee when I’m infested anyway). Having bought a few hundred fake dollars, more than a third of my purchase value has been taken from me due to this bug. Maybe this is minuscule in actual dollars, but it’s still frustrating, as I am doing what the game requires to avoid this and still getting penalized. I still love playing the game, though I wonder how many more times I will arbitrarily lose money before I stop wanting to open the app.

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