Pizza Restaurant

There are various kinds of games with some of them dealing with management. This is not a bad thing as they teach you how and when you have to do something in order to succeed. Well, Pizza Restaurant is one of these games and it will make you manage a pizza restaurant, as expected.

The game deviates a bit from most other games in the field by giving you the option to prepare the food on your own rather than just managing cooking and more. You get the role of a young guy who gets the chance to run a pizza restaurant. So expect to take orders, make pizzas and serve them to customers. The thing we liked is that you have to strictly follow the orders before you can have a successfully cooked pizza. The ultimate goal is to collect tips and advance your pizza restaurant.

The graphics and the sound of the game are a bit on the short side – for example the graphics is not the best we have seen but will do the job. The sound is okay also.

The game can be found here on Google Play for free.

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