Supreme allows you to pursue your wildest dream ever, the dream that you’ve wanted to fulfill all your life. Your dream of owning and operating your own Pizzeria franchise that you will dominate the world with...err… we mean make everyone full and happy with? Yeah that.
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Mixed (89 reviews) - 67% of the 89 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Jan 9, 2015

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Welcome to Supreme, your guide into the euphoric world of pizza! Who doesn't love pizza? You? No need to lie. Supreme takes you to a world in which you own and operate your own delivery business. You decide how it all plays out and the game changes at every turn!

In Supreme, you will take your pizza shop from cesspool to empire. You'll start out as an individual, making and delivering the pizzas all on your own. You'll manage things like inventory, eventually earning enough capital to upgrade your shop and start hiring employees! However, it’s not all fun and full of pepperoni. The world is cruel, and will throw problems your way at every turn. Mobsters will demand protection money, corrupt government officials will turn to you for help, the competition may even rob you blind.. The world will either bend to your will or take your corporation down... how you handle them is entirely up to you. The choices you make will alter the very dough of reality.

You can stay in one measly shop, sure. But where's the fun in that? You could expand in your region to dominate sales and front your company as the best around. Expand your business to be worldwide and crush all the competition. Buy them out and put their employees to work for YOU. Supreme will help you acheese the greatest Pizza Empire never before seen on this planet! (It's been seen on the moon though.. you know.. since it's made of cheese..)

The best part is? It all belongs to you! The big cheese, the top pepperoni, the head chef, the SUPREME Overlord of the world! Whatever title you may want to go by, it is all in your hands. (And our stomachs.)

Things you might face on your journey include but are not limited to:

  • Corrupt governments
  • Angry employees
  • Theft
  • Mobsters
  • Car flipping goodness
  • Bankruptcy
  • And much much more..

We are always expanding on the events in the game and the way in which they effect your corporation and your world domination plans, so you can never quite tell what will head your way next!

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows XP SP3
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz Dual Core Processor
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Integrated (512MB)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    • OS: Windows 7 / Windows 8.1
    • Processor: 3.00GHz Dual Core or equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GT 610
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • OS: 10.6.x (Snow Leopard)
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz Dual Core Processor
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000 or greater
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    • OS: 10.9.x (Mavericks)
    • Processor: 3.0 GHz Quad Core Processor
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
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205 of 238 people (86%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 10, 2015
I can see what they were trying to do. Make a game where you start doing the busy work and work your way up where you are managing employees and then regions, etc. The problem is this game fails at almost every level.

* Pizza making: almost no feedback telling you what you're doing right or wrong.
* Delivery mini-game: Horrible controls, frustating "physics".
* Managing employees: boring.
* Managing stores: Supposedly there is competion, but from what I can tell they don't actually do anything.
* Events: Occasionally there are events that happen, but they have little more impact on the game than Monoply Chance cards.

In the later game, you're mostly sitting around sending employees on vacation, wating for more money to buy another store. There's just a lack of anything to do in the game other than make rude shapes using the pepperonis.

--- Re tried the game 2015-01-16 after the new patch

Here's what's improved:
* Pizza making: Customers' tolerence for what constitutes "lots of" or "a little" ingredient is much relaxed so you don't have to experiment by counting ingredients anymore.
* Pizza prepartion: There is now an extra step in making a pizza which involves timing the cooking phase. This adds to the challenge when multitasking.
* New inventory system: Having a new system to play with is good and adds some depth to the game.

Here's what's not improved:
* Delivery mini-game: The driving still my least liked part of the game. I think the biggest problem is when driving fast, it doesn't feel fast, so when you hit a curb at 50mph it seems like the car unnecessarily launches into the air. Also, I didn't mention this before, but the sound the car makes is unpleasant to the point I turn off the sound, especially so when one of the wheels is off the ground.
* Customer Feedback: Customers are still strangely vague about what they didn't like about a pizza. Saying that a pizza didn't have enough toppings on a pizza with 5 ingredients doesn't help much identifying how to make a better pizza. It would be better if the customer could comment on the ingredient that was most wrong (e.g. "There wasn't enough cheese.")
* Allow Employee boxes: This new feature seems to be there to encourage players to fill orders themselves and/or get to the part of the game with store managers. Either way, having to click a box every time I want an employee to interact with an order gets old quickly. If I ran a real pizza shop and had to tell the employees to work on every individual order, I'd go insane. I think this could be made better by allowing the player to promote a manager on acquisition of the second store rather than the third.
* Cooking an order: There's a new icon that appears on the left part of the screen when an order is being cooked. But the icon isn't associated with the the order screen, so if you have two orders cooking, it's guess work to determine which order to click "Perform" on to stop cooking it. Having the cooking graphic on the order line itself would fix this confusion.
* Costs: With the addition of ingredient purchasing, money management becomes much more important, however there is almost no control of costs or prices. As far as I can tell, the only direct control of my money I have is what I pay employees and optional purchases (advertising, events, etc). Ingredients, once upgraded into them, must always be stocked; so you can easily get into an unrecoverable state where the cost of ingredients out-paces your income. It would be nice to be able to turn off the ingredient upgrades. Also it would be nice to have a daily summary of costs and income, e.g. Sales, Tips, Wages, Ingredients, Store costs, penalties, advertizing, etc.
* Advertising: I have no idea what affect this has on the game or how to decide what the sliders do.
* Managing employees: No changes with employees. Paying them and sending them on vacation is about all you do here. Employees are basically duplicated drones differentiated only by job and a rating of skill. Training seems pointless when a beginner can become a master in the matter of minutes naturally. There's no strategy needed when dealing with them, so it just feels like a chore.
* Later game: There still doesn't seem like much here, just more of the same. Have I just not played enough, is there a new mechanic after getting into new regions?

I'd say, overall the updates to the game are in the right direction, but I still cannot recommend the game. I wish the developers the best and hope those that do like this game continue to enjoy it.
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92 of 119 people (77%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 10, 2015
While this game has it's entertaining moments, it is not worth $13.99 in my opinion until they add some more features. The gist of the game is throwing on toppings, and driving through a small town in a car that's hard to control. Also, I hit a glitch after flipping my car, where my shop consistently lost $-7 a second, and made me up to -$15,000 in debt until I rage quit.
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71 of 103 people (69%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 10, 2015
Not very good. Works, doesnt look or sound very good, driving gameplay physics and feel are terrible. Pizza making gameplay done before, and better. Overall stale and repetitive. Not really something i'd reccomend, especially not at the current price.
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72 of 111 people (65%) found this review helpful
84 people found this review funny
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: February 23, 2015
The only pizza delivery game where you can die from anthrax.

I guess that's a thing.
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25 of 30 people (83%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 1, 2015
I was very disappointed by this game, to the point where I had it refunded. I had been looking forward to playing it for a while, but I found the gameplay mechanics to be too frustrating to be fun. My main problem is with the pizza making, it takes way too long to make the correct pizza orders, having to click and count each ingredient 20-40 times when you have 4 ingredients on just one pizza (and orders often have multiple pizzas) just isn't fun. I wasn't that impressed with the rest of the game either, upgrading ingredients and delivering pizzas which I was looking forward to, got old quick. I can see that some people like this game, but if you're a perfectionist like me and want to make perfect orders, I don't think this is for you.
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26 of 35 people (74%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 14, 2015
VEEEEEEERY steep learing curve. It seems like no matter what you do, you always put on too few toppings. There doesnt' seem to be any indicators of how much is "a lot" of pepperoni or "a little" either, so no matter how much or how little I put on, the customer feedback was the same, -- "Did you even bother to put on any toppings?" Very frustrating.

Then you have to deliever the pizzas yourself, at least at the beginning, which is harder than it should be. There's an AI arrow telling you where the house is, but it doesn't actually tell you where to go. It tells you "as the crow flies" where the house is, which may or may not be where an actual road is. This results in a lot of missed deliveries because you flip your car over or crash into a house because you turned where it was indicating but it ended up being a dead-end. In this modern world of GPS, you'd think they coud've put something a little more accurate like that in the game (maybe it's an upgrade later in the game, who knows...)

Eventually you do earn enough upgrades to hire employees, which significantly improves your customer feedback (since the computer is now making the pizzas and delivering them for you). Still this quickly becomes a very tedius repetitve thing where all you're doing is clicking on "Yes, employee, please make this pizza for me...." "Yes, employee, please deliver this pizza for me..."

I feel like this game wasn't sure what it was trying to be. This either needs to be a more functioning simulation that gives you feedback on how to improve your pizza making skills or it needs to be a more automated tycoon-style game that you don't have to remind your employees every single time to start the pizza, deliver the pizza, etc.

I played this for about 2 hours. I finally ended up with several employees, and didn't think I was doing too terribly when one case of food poisoning put me out of business. Instant game over with no way to get back any of your progress. Sooooo frustrating. I definitely won't be playing this again.
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12 of 14 people (86%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
15.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 23, 2015
I've played way more time management & simulation games and put more hours into them than I'm willing to admit. This one really falls short. I'm actually surprised to learn that this isn't an early access game.
- UI needs a lot of polishing. There's literally a part of the interface where if you have nothing selected, a screen just reads "NO."
- Parts of the game occasionally freeze/lock up. There's about a 50% chance that when I see one of the "clean up for the health inspector" minigames that it'll freeze in some way or not count down the game tmer.
- The parts of the game that should be fun, like making orders, are more tedious than anything and it's very difficult to measure if you're improving on your pizza making skills at all or if it's just a total crapshoot on whether or not you get a perfect order. It just generally results in you having characters perform all tasks for you and you just click/drag icons to people's faces.
- It just feels very clunky and unfinished. Hard to describe, but it has that very general "this game is not done" feeling.
- Delivery part is the most fun, but the navigation is weird, the map doesn't show your destination, and as you buy car upgrades the cars seem to actually get worse in terms of handling and helping with perfect orders. Who would've thought that hitting the breaks on your car would flip it frontwards, implying that the pure stopping force of your breaks is stronger than the pull of the earth's gravity on your car/it's weight. aka upgrading your car turns it into tissue paper.
- It's too easy. I found myself able to purchase every single upgrade every single day without having to choose any tradeoffs or have to play the game more to save up for things. But, with the way this game plays, that actually seems to be a benefit.

I seriously love all food related games and really wanted to love this game, but it's just hard for me to play more than 15 minutes at a time without getting bored with the game mechanics & feeling like it's missing something.
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23 of 37 people (62%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
10.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 19, 2015
I was trying to find similar games to the abandonware Pizza Tycoon from 1994 and found this. I saw this is about building an empire, you get to expand your stores, there's mini quests involving mafia, there are competitors, and you make your own pizza.

Sadly after playing this for a bit I realized the two games are nothing alike, and comparing the two really makes this feel unfinished. Despite some patches that improved previous complaints, things still could be better.

For example, one of the quest is to make X amount of 'perfect order', which involves perfect cooking, and perfect delivery. But despite the in-game feedback telling you the food was cooked perfectly, you still do not get the credit. And to achieve 'perfect delivery', it requires you to complete the task within 1/2 of the allotted time, and isn't possible unless you are breaking traffic laws by driving 70+ mph, going through sidewalks, running red lights and driving in the incoming lane, which seems rather ridiculous and breaks the in-game SoD quite a bit.
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9 of 15 people (60%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
15.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 23, 2015
It was good when I bought it in Alpha, and it only keeps getting better. It's like running your own pizza shop make pizza deliver it and as you get better rep and make more money you hire people, eventually managers and buy more locations to start your pizza empire. Although it sounds easy, it takes some strategy and planning to be successful and be able to micro and macro manage your pizza empire takes practice. There isn't anything quite like this out there I'd give it 10/10.
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8 of 14 people (57%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: May 11, 2015
started from the bottom now we here

It's a game about pizza, that's all that matters.

You start off as some noob rolling dough in a dungeon, driving a POS to deliver to customers.

You grow to being a rich CEO with managers running your shops.
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1.3 hrs
Posted: July 16
i am supreme
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Jill Stein
6.2 hrs
Posted: June 25
The graphics are 9/10. Highly stylized and pleasing to the eye.

The gameplay is far more intriuging than that of Tom Clancy: Wildlands.

Teaches you how to properly run a small business.
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2.1 hrs
Posted: April 11
I'm sorry I bought this game. The delivery time counts down so fast I never get the pizza there. There's no tutorial that I can find. At first its just the phone that you can click on and alerts and everything is so fast. Apparently I can make a good pizza but I don't 'drive' well enough to get it there so I don't earn anything, this is not fun. A tutorial for new players would be nice with extra time to learn how to drive with a keyboard would make sense. I'd like the option of slowing things down in the options menu, but there's nothing. I can't see myself playing this again anytime soon.
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Mathias Ding-Dong VI
35.1 hrs
Posted: February 6
Was actually more fun to play when it was in the most beginning stage of production.
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Konpaku Youmu
4.3 hrs
Posted: February 2
My friend bought it for me as a Christmas present. Let me be the first to say that this game changed by life. I always wanted to be a pizza store owner and now I can be. With this, I can achieve my goals without having to leave my home. It's also probably the best pizza making simulation game in the entire world. I can make pizza to the customers order but with my own creativity! Whenever someone wants a lot of something on their pizza, I make sure to completely cover the entire pizza in whatever they wanted. It's all about giving. In all honesty, it's not about what you want, it's about what the customer wants. After all, like Mr. Krabs said in episode 69 of Spongebob Squarepants, "Krusty Towers," "We shall never deny a guest even the most rediculous request." A motto I hold dear to my heart when making pizza. I definitely recommend this game. It changed my life and it can change yours too. You just have to believe!

震えるほど心 燃え尽きるほど熱く

その手から放て鼓動 体漲る勇気で


~その血の運命さだめ~ ジョジョ
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3.4 hrs
Posted: January 9
Did you ever want to be a Pizza Delivery Boy? Well this is the game for you!!! From the store, to the prep room, to the kitchen, then out on the streets. Just watch out for those bad drivers!! Pizza Delivery, Pizza Da Da, Delivery. DO YOU LIKE GARLIC KNOTSSSSSSS, DO YOU LIKE HOT BUNSS, DO YOU LIKE HOT SAUCEEEEEEE, DO YOU WANT TO HAVE SOME FUN??? PIZZAAAA PIZZAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA DA DA DADA DA. Copyrighted lyrics by Justin.
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1.2 hrs
Posted: January 9
I might recommend this game for small children because it is enormously simple, but then I wouldn't because I'd rather they play something educational or skill-building, and this game is hardly either of those. I doubt there are many small children using steam anyway.

You'll start the game battling cockroaches and traffic while focusing on the primary objective of taking orders and completing orders. Repeatedly. For a while. Until you eventually get good enough to move into an improved facility. Then you do the same thing. Repeatedly. For a while.

This is not a -bad- game, I think it is designed on a good premise, but it's not fun. It is a bit original in that it gives more depth and detail than similar games like the lemonade tycoon and snowcone tycoon, but... it's not fun. It just isn't.
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1.0 hrs
Posted: January 6
Man, I'm so sad about this, first time ever I had to ask for a refund...
Game-breaking bug won't let me advance, it freezes every time on "health inspector" after a few in-game days. Froze a couple of times too on random events like the health inspector and roach killing.

Pizza topping - 5/10
Driving a flipping sedan - 0/10
Asking a refund on steam - 10/10
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1.1 hrs
Posted: January 3
Past an hour on the game, but quickly became repetitive. Mini games seem pointless. Not enough depth to the game, soon becomes tiresome.
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1.4 hrs
Posted: December 28, 2015
10/10 cause there is tuned car during the night
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