07 November 2016
One Man Left’s digital card game previously launched on PC
Video game developer One Man Left has brought its digital co-op deckbuilder Space Food Truck to mobile.
The one- to four-player title plops pals in the roles of four workers on the titular rocket-powered food outlet, either charting the course as the captain, making recipes as the chef, researching new abilities as the scientist or maintaining the ship as the engineer.
Each player starts with 10 cards, which are placed to perform certain actions. They pick up an extra card each turn, building their stock of cards up over time.
The aim of the game is to complete three recipe objectives before the various dangers and obstacles in space destroy the ship. This means sourcing the ingredients from planets, actually making the dish and delivering it to the planet that ordered the meal, pizza delivery style.
Space Food Truck has been out a while on PC and Mac, and the iOS and Android tablet version include both online and local multiplayer, cross-platform support, four difficulty levels and procedurally-generated universes.
The game takes around one to two hours to play, but can be paused and resumed at any time.