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Tiger Trio’s Tasty Travels Review

Official Score

Overall - 75%

75%

Tiger Trio’s Tasty Travels packs some challenge underneath its cutesy exterior. It goes without saying that running a popular sushi business is a massive undertaking, but finding the right way to do it in this puzzle title proves that it’s worth taking on.

User Rating: 3.4 ( 1 votes)

Bringing the delectable world of sushi to the masses, Oink Games puts players in the shoes of a trio of sushi-serving tigers (and their animal friends) in Tiger Trio’s Tasty Travels. A number of hungry customers looking for raw fish await – should players get ready to order up?

Tiger Trio’s Tasty Travels Review

Selling sushi on the go, these feline friends are in the business of serving up some of the best Japanese cuisine in the land. Their business is plenty popular, which is why they’ve got a conveyor belt system in place. With a truck on one side and the customers at the other, it’s up to players to run a successful business and make sure everybody leaves fat and happy.

In order to do so, players must make use of a number of different elements in this puzzle game. There’s a lot that needs to be done before players hit the play button and things get underway – even early stages have players changing up items on conveyor belts, adding items, or removing items. The title makes sure to keep players in the loop, and there’s also a how-to page to get players up to speed. If it feels like it gets to be too much, Tiger Trio’s Tasty Travels will give you all the time and resources you need to get up to speed.

As players progress, a number of animal friends will join them on the journey. Penguins can transfer items a set amount of times, while their gorilla friend can field color-specific commands. There’s also impatient customers, desserts, and even empty plates to contend with – after all, waste not, want not.

It might seem like a lot, but the system is fairly intuitive. Elements are gradually introduced as players continue, with some of the final levels serving as wild Rube Goldberg devices when all is said and done. It can get somewhat frustrating when things don’t exactly line up as you’d expect them to, but the title doesn’t chide players for getting things wrong. There’s a hint system that can be accessed with two clicks of a prompt, and players can choose the levels they want to take on based on each world. Put simply, accommodations have been made to be challenging while also being as stress-free as possible.

For those who’d like to show off their prowess, one is able to save the number of commands that they have done after a successful run. Players can also get a star on each level by completing each level under a set amount of turns. With multiple worlds to explore, there’s enough content to keep players going – just note that revisiting puzzles can make this game begin to lose its luster.

Tiger Trio’s Tasty Travels packs some challenge underneath its cutesy exterior. It goes without saying that running a popular sushi business is a massive undertaking, but finding the right way to do it in this puzzle title proves that it’s worth taking on.

This review of Tiger Trio’s Tasty Travels was done on the PC. The game was purchased digitally.
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