Totally Reliable Delivery Service (Mobile, Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC)

Become a delivery worker in this haphazard rag doll physics-based sandbox game.  Travel around a 3-D city and deliver packages anyway you can, or just mess around.  It’s available for most anything you can play a game on, but reviewed on iPad here.

On the iPad you’ll use the touch screen virtual buttons to move around.  You also have buttons for jumping and diving.  You have two buttons for your left and right hands, used to grab things.  There are also buttons to raise and lower your left and right arms as well, which can be used to lift packages over your head.  You’ll grab onto levers to make packages appear from machines for you to deliver, and also to turn on vehicles you can drive.  When you get a package, you must deliver it to the right place.  You’ll be rewarded with items you can use to customize your character.  Sometimes there are timed challenges but you can also mess around the town and do whatever you want.  It kind of reminds me of the hub world cities in some of the LEGO games.

Unfortunately, the game is just not very good on the iPad.  I know these rag doll type games are supposed to have somewhat loose and ‘bad’ controls, but they’re totally unplayable with a touch screen set up.  The text is also too small and they don’t give you a good indication of where you are supposed to go once you get a package.  I imagine this game might be more fun on consoles, but it certainly isn’t on mobile.

Kid Factor:

Your character can flop around but it never looks like they get hurt, thanks to the rag doll physics.  So any violence is very cartoony.  Reading skill is needed for the text, and parental supervision is recommended for the in-game purchases.  Younger gamers may have trouble with the controls, too.  Totally Reliable Delivery Service is rated E for Everyone.

One Response to “Totally Reliable Delivery Service (Mobile, Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC)”

  1. This is on Xbox Game Pass right now, so I’m curious and may try it.

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