Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:25pm 27/04/22 | 0 Comments
Honestly, we need to stop writing about simulators with any tone of surprise or *gasp*, especially at the simulator job. You could almost apply Rule 34 to the simulator genre, and in the instance that's brought us here today, it's in the revelation that Bakery Simulator is a thing, and that you'll be running your own bakery as soon as the first week of May.
Alongside the trailer above, we'll just let the game's recipe do the talking:
Have you ever had this feeling that bakeries' owners never sleep? What can be so time-consuming and difficult about baking bread and rolls? You take flour, water, and yeast. You put them into a mixer and then into the oven. Piece of cake. Well, this piece is quite a large one. You must prepare the dough, use machines, measure ingredients, and try out recipes. Deliver them warm to the stores. Invest what you’ve earned, customise your kitchen and remember everyone loves hot and crispy bread so there's no time to rest. Delays can be costly.
Choose your target Stores need different kinds of baked goods. Bread and buns are just not enough – some expect croissants, bagels, or muffins. Browse daily lists of orders, choose them and commit to regular deliveries. Raise your reputation and trust with the stores by making the deliveries on time.
Find the best ingredients Manage and control the ingredient storage space. Order different kinds of flour, yeast, and additives from the warehouse. Check which ingredients are missing or which you’re getting short or - otherwise, you may find yourself in a difficult position and unable to work on the orders!
Earn and invest Invest your hard-earned cash in newer equipment that will let you bake even more products. Buy a larger delivery vehicle or machines for making other types of bread. Expand your bakery.
Bakery customisation Upgrade and customise your working space to your liking. Install more and more bakery machines as you progress through the game. Buy countertops, shelves, and tools. Create the perfect conditions for baking!
Logistics is key Plan your route to save as much time as possible when unloading. Hurry up and deliver warm bread to stores before opening. Remember that delays will cost you money!
An open world with a changing customer base From time to time new bakeries will appear. Respond to the needs of the market and invest in new equipment to avoid going bankrupt.
Honestly, all of that and the trailer above has us champing at the bit to check this out, especially in its open-world approach.