Just when you might have thought that everyone's favorite digital restaurant mogul was resting on his pixellated laurels, Flipline Studio's Papa has returned with the latest spicy addition to his culinary empire. Papa's Wingeria is hiring, and only your mastery of time management and a dexterous control of your mouse stand between you and stacks of buffalo wing-scented dollars.Read More
I've found that every now and then there is a glitch of some sort in the game. I play a mini game then it says I won a poster and $99.00 (which is over top the I won a poster image). Then in the next round I can't see my cooked items in the sauce section and can add a sauce to an invisible bowl but now mix it.... So far the only way I can figure out how to fix the error is to completely exit Chrome and re-enter the game.
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Papa's Wingeria Tips & Tricks
There is NO PENALTY for discarding food (which isn't very realistic), so when you go to the fryer the first time, start as many baskets as you can with at least 8-10 items. When you get upgraded to other menu items like boneless wings, start four fryers with boneless wings, and four fryers with regular wings, until you get the feel of your customers trends. You can ALWAYS throw them out and start over if you have too many, or not enough of a certain menu item. The fryer doesn't cook terribly quickly, so you can multi-task and take other orders while they are frying.
When at the sauce station, even if an order calls for three wings, but you have eight in your bowl, use enough sauce for eight (even though you are only going to use three in the order) in order to make sure you have an adequate amount of sauce on each item. Also, you can use the other properly sauced and cooked wings in other orders, to save time and earn more points.
Some tickets will have a red "circle" on them, which means that all items should be evenly spaced around the plate. You may find it helpful to attempt to evenly space ALL your plates, that way you don't necessarily have to pay attention to the red circles, as it will become second nature. Later in the game, you will see a blue half circle on some tickets, which means that you should only place items on half of the plate, but still evenly. Dips should also be placed evenly; one dip goes in the center of the plate, two dips should be centered side-by-side, three dips should be placed in a triangle, etc.
Don't try to do an entire customer at once; that is, don't do everything for number one, then do everything for number two, etc. You need to work on several orders at once to be able to be efficient.
Organize your tickets when you are taking orders or presenting orders to customers, because you can't do anything else during that time. Organizing tickets at other times is a waste of time.
You don't actually have to have the order ticket up while you're making the order. If you know the order well-enough, you might find it faster to make it from memory and simply grab the ticket when you've got it finished.
"Closers" are the customers that come in your shop at the end of each day. They are pickier than other customers, so strive for highest quality when serving them. Once a week, your closer will be JoJo the Food Critic. He will order something different every time, but if you do well on his order, you can earn a blue ribbon, and having blue ribbons will make your other customers leave you larger tips.
The farther you progress in the game, the more customers you will have, and the quicker that they will enter your shop. Make sure to get decorations (either by winning them in the mini-games or buying them) to extend the time that they are willing to wait without jeopardizing your score.
It is just a basic game of minigolf. Aim and click.
Place your finger on the screen beneath the person's eyes and drag it as they move around to keep track of where they are.
This is like Duck Hunt. As you earn more prizes, the number of shots you have decreases and the number of breakfast items you have to shoot increases, but on a touchscreen this is pretty laughably easy regardless. If the breakfast items are overlapping, you can get two with one shot, although that doesn't give you any bonus.
The hardest thing about this mini-game is that the order that customers have is based on what they will order the next day, so if you're about to unlock a new ingredient, what they order might be something you've never seen before. This means that until you've unlocked all ingredients, this can be a matter of luck. Just keep trying.
This physics based game is so dependent on even small variations of where it hits the objects that it's mostly luck. I personally like to drop the ball atop one of the objects near the center, but essentially you just need to try again with this one.
Burger ingredients will fall from the sky, and you need to catch them on your bun in order to build a burger that is tall enough to eclipse the height of the dotted line. The speed of the ingredients falling will increase as you catch them, and even more if you miss them. If you miss more than three, the game is over. Try to make smooth motions with your mouse, and not extreme moves back and forth, and you will find it easier to complete your burger.
It is a shooting range game. Again, extreme moves with your mouse aren't recommended, as the "baddies" speed up as the mini-game progresses.
Posted by: hamfist | June 13, 2012 11:27 PM