This is the third game in the Turbo series, and so far, this is the best. Rebecca and Robert are on their way to the stars when Auntie Rhonda sets them up with a shop on the first civilian spaceship tour. Rebecca uses this opportunity to bring high-tech food prep techniques and traditional South of the Border cuisine together in simulated gravity. There is also a chink in their plans that I failed to mentioned, and this has been going on since the first game. Some industrial spies have been attempting to sabotage their success throughout the series. Apparently, someone is fearful of the competition, but I did not get far enough into the game to find our who it is.
The game play of Turbo Fiesta is far better than its prequels. The chance to gain turbo stage comes more quickly, and once turbo stage is reached three times, you get Turbo Fiesta, complete with pinatas and the Mexican Hat Dance music. At least there were no shuttles flying by with custom horns that place “La Cucaracha”. There is even a comic version of Virgin’s Richard Branson that our munchie-loving couple run into in-flight. Raking in the cash to buy upgrades is easier, and the more upgrades added, the more more the cash will flow. It’s hard to know what the developers have in store for the next Turbo game, but it will be fun to see. Fish and chips in the desert? Falafels and tahini under the sea? We will see!