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Overall, it’s an interesting premise. A full bar sim has not been done before, to my knowledge. It's a shame that the uniqueness of the game is also what keeps it from having much in the way of replayability; but what more can you do with a game in a bar?
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Controls in the game are easy but do require a bit of familiarization. You click on the bottles of liquor and drag them over the glass, blender, straining glass or shaker until they start to tilt. Clicking and holding pours the liquor. If you've ever wondered if the life of a bartender is really like that portrayed in the movie Cocktail, here's your chance to find out. Last Call offers laughs, drink recipes and a bit of fun to enliven your time in front of the computer.
Again, this is a bargain title. For the price, it’s an amusing distraction that’ll give you a taste of life behind the bar — and probably will teach you some new recipes to boot. Cheers to that.
So anyway, the bottom line is that Last Call will teach you how to make drinks, which is very cool, but it's just not much of a game. This is meant to be played in place of Solitaire, not Starcraft. At a mere 20 bucks, prospective bartenders and raging alcoholics have to pick it up, but casual drinkers might just want to pass...out....ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ....
Lo mejor del "juego" es que tienes un libro de recetas de bebidas en el ordenador, para usarlas cuando quieras en tus fiestas. Porque el juego en sí es muy flojo y en un par de horas lo acabaremos dejando en el estante.