Turbo Subs

A super-charged sequel to the hit time management game Turbo Pizza, Turbo Subs is twice the fun, twice the challenge, with twice as much speed. Hit the kitchen running as Rebecca and Robert continue their pursuit of building the greatest restaurant franchise in town. Except now they find themselves in a much bigger town, New York City! With loads of upgrades, secret sauces, and unique tastes, Turbo Subs is a delicious new adventure for the whole family!

I have a hard time telling the different subs because they look so alike. A smart queue system allows you to line up several actions that Rebecca will carry out that order. It's a difficult game, however, so don't walk in expecting to charge through with top scores. If you haven't tried it before, it's worth a go 'round. A great feature in this game is the turbo system that rewards you for creating quick combos. It's fun. It was released in A variety of different people come in your store, ranging from impatient tourists to businesswomen on cellphones to laid-back guys in trench coats. Customers tend to have a short temper and won't wait forever for their food, so upgrades become extremely important later on. Turbo Subs is a successful time management sim that gets just about everything pleasantly right. Subs, on the other hand, look practically identical, forcing you to study it for a split second before asking Robert to start cooking. That wasted time can make a crucial difference in this game, and it would have been nice to have more distinct sandwich icons.

Maybe I'm getting old and can't think fast enough anymore. A great feature in this game is the turbo system that rewards you for creating quick combos. Take advantage of the 60 min trial period to make sure it is your style of TM. Customers tend to have a short temper and won't wait forever for their food, so upgrades become extremely important later on. Both of these features are extremely important in this game, as Turbo Subs is fast-paced and saving a second here and there is crucial. Each one needs a menu, then he or she will place an order. It's fun. They feel somewhat out of place, but slowing the action down for a few minutes is usually a welcome relief. Am playing the game on funticket right now. They're simple diversions featuring cluttered scenes and a handful of objects to find, all tied to the main game with the pretense of keeping your business neat and clean. On vacation from the hectic pace of serving pizza at turbo speeds , Rebecca and Robert travel to New York to relax. I have a hard time telling the different subs because they look so alike.


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Fashion Boutique goal in Turbo Subs is to make at least the required minimum amount of money before closing and moving on to the next day. She can also hold an item in each hand, allowing you to save a few seconds by grabbing food on your way back to Turbo Subs counter. The entrepreneurial Turrbo has bitten them, however, and Suvs they see a small subway car they just can't help themselves. Customers tend to have a short temper and won't wait forever for their food, so upgrades become extremely important later on. Also, there's no way to refill a customer's "happy meter" while they're waiting, so it's serve fast or watch them walk out Subz door. Easy is not easy. For example, if two customers come in and you serve them Suns successively, you'll get a small star bonus. Maybe I'm getting old and can't Turbp fast enough anymore. Subs, Sparkle 2 the other hand, look practically identical, forcing you to study it for a split second before asking Robert to start cooking. That wasted time can make a Turbo Subs difference in this game, and it would have been nice to have more distinct sandwich icons. Keep up with the game's fast pace and you'll be pleasantly rewarded. It's fun. It was released in A great feature in this game is the turbo system that Meridian: Age of Invention you for creating quick combos.

Am playing the game on funticket right now. I rarely ever get the expert score. Not too hard and not too easy, just how I like it. That wasted time can make a crucial difference in this game, and it would have been nice to have more distinct sandwich icons. I would like this game to be a little more relaxing. I can't keep up with the orders and then some levels has the thief you have to watch out for. Easy is not easy. It's a difficult game, however, so don't walk in expecting to charge through with top scores. It was released in If they had make it a little more easier, I would love this game as it's exactly what I like. If you haven't tried it before, it's worth a go 'round. The entrepreneurial bug has bitten them, however, and when they see a small subway car they just can't help themselves. You earn cash by serving customers in a timely manner. This game is for young players, apparently.

I finished all the 60 levels with stars and they makes my brain works fast. When the star meter at the bottom of the screen fills, you enter turbo mode. The coke and Funmania are too close together, I keep hitting the coke for the cookie and vice versa. It was released in It's a difficult game, however, so don't walk in expecting to charge through with top scores. On vacation from the hectic pace of serving War Chariots: Royal Legion at turbo speedsRebecca and Robert travel to New York to relax.


Either way, I probably will not buy this game. It's fun. The coke and cookies are too close together, I keep hitting the coke for the cookie and vice versa. Maybe I'm getting old and can't think fast enough anymore. Turbo Subs is a successful time management sim that gets just about everything pleasantly right. This game is for young players, apparently. Also, there's no way to refill a customer's "happy meter" while they're waiting, so it's serve fast or watch them walk out the door. Easy and expert. They're simple diversions featuring cluttered scenes and a handful of objects to find, all tied to the main game with the pretense of keeping your business neat and clean. Time management games always been my favorite and this one is on my top list. That wasted time can make a crucial difference in this game, and it would have been nice to have more distinct sandwich icons. Each one needs a menu, then he or she will place an order.

6 thoughts on “Turbo Subs

  1. Easy is not easy. The goal in Turbo Subs is to make at least the required minimum amount of money before closing and moving on to the next day. A variety of different people come in your store, ranging from impatient tourists to businesswomen on cellphones to laid-back guys in trench coats. I can see a level or two being hard but for me most of the levels are hard and this was on the easy challenge.

  2. A variety of different people come in your store, ranging from impatient tourists to businesswomen on cellphones to laid-back guys in trench coats. For example, if two customers come in and you serve them menus successively, you'll get a small star bonus. Toning the pace down just a notch are hidden object-type mini-games you'll complete after every few days of work. Customers tend to have a short temper and won't wait forever for their food, so upgrades become extremely important later on.

  3. With Robert behind the sandwich counter and Rebecca serving food, the pair opens up a subway shop and hopes for success. Analysis: Turbo Subs really lives up to its name. They feel somewhat out of place, but slowing the action down for a few minutes is usually a welcome relief.

  4. Also, there's no way to refill a customer's "happy meter" while they're waiting, so it's serve fast or watch them walk out the door. Easy and expert. This is one of the most fast-paced time management games available, and the action really heats up after just a few levels of learning the ropes.

  5. Keep up with the game's fast pace and you'll be pleasantly rewarded. Both of these features are extremely important in this game, as Turbo Subs is fast-paced and saving a second here and there is crucial. I rarely ever get the expert score.

  6. A great feature in this game is the turbo system that rewards you for creating quick combos. She can also hold an item in each hand, allowing you to save a few seconds by grabbing food on your way back to the counter. It's a difficult game, however, so don't walk in expecting to charge through with top scores. If you haven't tried it before, it's worth a go 'round.

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