About the Game Papa's Taco Mia
“Henry held up his taco- formerly Vlad's- and grinned.” Little known fact, gentlemen. Tacos are the food of genius." ― Heather Brewer, Twelfth Grade Kills
Papa’s Taco Mia – the only cooking game from Papa’s Games series that does not have “Keria” – suffix. Also one of the older games. It is also among the easiest games along with Pizzeria and Burgeria. However, before we talk about Papas Taco Mia game, let us tell you few interesting facts about Taco as a one of the most popular snacks in America, yes in America, despite the origins: Single food chain Taco Bell serves more than 2 billion customers each year, food chain that employs nearly 145.000 people in United States. As you can see, Taco is nearly as popular in United States as Burgers or Pizza.
Now let’s see what the Papas Taco Mia game is about; first of all it is strange that the Flipline decided to call the game Taco Mia, instead of “Taqueria”, this fact kind of makes the game special but on the other hand, there’s nothing really special about Taco Mia gameplay vise, oddly, this is not a bad thing when it comes to Flipline cooking games, we’re used to similar gameplay and most players expect similar game mechanics in every Papas Game. Now good thing about Papa’s Taco Mia game is that despite its age, you still get to unlock new ingredients and upgrade the stop style as well as speed. Take a look at our Taco Mia tutorial below to learn basics of the game.
How to Play
Like most of the older Papa’s Games, in Taco Mia game there are only 3 Stations: The Order Station – where you take orders from customers. Grill Station – where you cook meat for Tacos. And Build Station – Where you add toppings and sauces to Tacos. Nothing extraordinary about Order Station, take order from the first customer and jump to the Grill Station.
Copy down customer’s order onto the ticket and click the Grill Station. The very first thing we do is cook beef for the taco. Cooking in Taco Mia game is easiest among all the Papa’s Games. Every Taco needs a beef so drag a pan of beef onto the stove and start cooking. See the timer around the pan? You need let the beef cook until it reaches the end of timer. However, you have to flip the beef once, when the beef is half cooked. In a tutorial level you will get notification when you need to flip, but outside tutorials you’ll have to manage without notifications. The blue marker on the timer ring show when to flip the beef. Simply use the Spatula over the pan to flip the meat. From the very beginning, only one type of Taco shells is available – Hard Taco Shell. When the beef is cooked, drag the pan onto the hard shell bellow to fill it, don’t worry, you can’t go wrong here.
Adding all kinds of toppings from the ticket is the next step, which is done in Build Station. Adding toppings is super easy. Simply pick up and drag ingredient from topping bin and release the mouse above the Taco. Then it’s the regular routine – move computer mouse left and right until the cup is empty, and make sure you spread the ingredients evenly across the taco. Adding ingredients technique is similar for dry ingredients and sauces.
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