Cosmos Quickstop Review (Steam)
For this Cosmos Quickstop Review, we attempt to run the fast-paced thrill of managing a gas station… IN SPACE! Upgraded our services, pleased alien customers, and completed our daily chores through simple minigames that add up to a hilariously frantic experience with solo or couch co-op play.
Cosmos Quickstop Review Pros:
- Decent graphics.
- 2.99GB download size.
- Steam achievements.
- Remote play together.
- Graphics – fullscreen, resolution, and graphics quality preset.
- Full controller support.
- 3 save slots.
- 3 difficulties – Easy, normal, and challenge.
- Two-player Co-op support.
- Time management style gameplay.
- You work in a petrol station in Space and fulfill customers’ needs.
- Every part of the task is its own mini-game.
- Humor throughout.
- Simple controls, show on the screen when doing a task.
- Uses its own language.
- Combo – build it up by cashing in tasks together and you get more tips.
- Jobs/tasks will show as an icon and finishing them allows you to cash them in when you want.
- Each number on the side indicates a landing pad and each room houses the pads.
- Quick travel around with handy warp doors.
- The task/job icons are housed in a bar that is called a patience bar and this dictates how much time you have until the customer leaves.
- The game is split up into days.
- Your room is where you go in between days and you can upgrade/unlock tasks/jobs (each has ten levels) and change the layout and amenities on offer at the gas station.
- List of daily tasks including bonus ones.
- Can change the layout and amenities every day if you want.
- Play how you want.
- End of the day breakdown and rewards.
- Quick loading times.
- Min games have many variations from clicking buttons to refilling vending machines to pressing a button sequence.
- It’s like Warioware but with no breaks and a story.
- Very enjoyable.
- Can edit and customize your character.
- Special events will happen.
- Very stressful.
Cosmos Quickstop Review Cons:
- Minimal graphic settings.
- No dedicated online co-op.
- Some of the sound effects for alerts are straight-up abusive! (they sound bad)
- Takes a while to get going.
- Easy to get overwhelmed.
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Developer: Big Sir Games
Publisher: Big Sir Games
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- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 8/108/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
You are the sole worker in a galactic gas station and must refuel, wash and help in any way the many needs of the customer. What will surprise you is just how fast-paced and well executed this all is. Within minutes you will have the layout of the station down, the controls and general mechanics, and even a little hint at the stress. Cosmos Quickstop is a game that combines Warioware with stress and not just a bit of stress, prolonged exposure to stress that will push you every second. I love how it all comes together and the variety of the tasks, the way you upgrade and unlock new amenities means you always have the hook of wanting to be better and go faster. I’m gonna say it again tho, it’s a stressful game and one I could only handle for a while then I had to take a break. It was hard to build motivation to go back however as it is such an ordeal that you almost need caffeine just to boot the game up! It is a great game though and is polished so well and executed to a smooth stress-inducing experience.