It's like impossible to get tips. But it's fun for a little while.
No Brakes Valet
A downloadable game for Windows
* Parking Lots
* Fast Cars
* Definitely a Steering Wheel
* Up to 4 players Multi-Player
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tried to play with muh bro and he has all like "this is too hard and it doesn't make sense...".
me: so you wanna stop?
bro: no one more round...
bro: crushes me for 3 rounds in a row.
Anyway why is the mobile version premium and the itchio version free?
. . .I valet'd so hard, I knocked the screen askew. This is the best 2 button hilarity I've had in a while. *thumbs up*
a stone cold classic
Ooooh, I remember this one from Ouya! It's sooo crazy XD This is clearly an instabuy for me! :D
Are you going to release it also on Steam? I'd love it there for the achievements and the "remote play together" function to play with my buddies online. If you put it there please tell us, and I'll buy it again! :)
Really cute game! Love the variety and randomness with vehicle types.
As a valet in a previous life, it gave me a giggle. The controls were pretty easy to get the hang of on my xbox controller. You ain't gonna park em pretty the first half hour, but if you keep at it you can actually do all right. My high score is $229 on level 1!
"Loved it, it reminded me of family"
Played it with an Xbox controller. Silly good fun. :) Looking forward to giving it a go with other players. The various gameplay modes were a nice touch as well, as they added some extra wrinkles. :D
Utterly unplayable due to hardcoded wasd control. :(
Can play as second player with arrows and ctrl though.
Still, annoying how devs disregard such a basic feature. :/
What? Dang. Yet another game incompatible with my Dvorak. Still, I tend to assume that a lot of games in environments like this are from hobbyist devs who are still at the stage of "throw things at the wall and see what sticks." So I'm not too bothered by it; I don't expect full compatibility from this level of game design.
(By contrast, a full-fledged game from a professional studio has no excuse for having hard-coded keyboard controls. See "Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter", which I was managing to fumble along with until the eavesdropping mechanic required manipulating one cursor with the mouse and the other with the keyboard, simultaneously, as they randomly move away from the target.)
Simple and fun, I enjoyed it.
I really enjoyed this game. I'm bad at it, but it's fun and I'll keep it around for a bit :