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Supfly Delivery Simulator is a name that doesn't leave much to the imagination, set in a world where humanity is ruled by delivery service it's your time to shine.

Released back in October from Koro.Games, Blacer Studio and Source Byte. While the idea and presentation is simple, the gameplay is anything but. It's quite a challenging game actually, surprisingly so, as it needs you to really be careful with your flying. The packages are fragile and will spill out everywhere if you screw up, and you have to constantly keep an eye on your battery level to ensure you've got enough charge.

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When it starts throwing in different weather conditions it gets really interesting, as you're battling the elements while trying to deliver all these random packages. There's a nice little progression system too with multiple unique drones, along with upgrades. It's not ridiculously difficult though, it's quite a casual game overall.

Features:

  • Career - Your road to being the best deliverer. Unlock new maps and stages. For your payments you'll be able to buy a better drone. Each of them has got his own specification and special bonuses
  • Solo Mode - Casual flying with delivering without a hurry
  • Two Players Mode - Compete with your friends and see who can deliver more parcels in the same time

You can find it on Steam.

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whizse 10 Nov, 2020
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This isn't going to end up being some sort of Ender's Game situation is it? In the end it turns out you were controlling an actual drone and delivering packages for Amazon?
DeathByDenim 10 Nov, 2020
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Well, hello Space Taxi!
(Yes, I'm old...)
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