Hello there pizza lovers of Roblox, WoodReviewer here, and I am back once again to take yet another look at Work at a Pizza Place, by Dued1. For those long time readers who are still around for some reason, you may remember my original review of Pizza Place back in 2016, along with my follow up reviews in 2017, 2018, and 2019. Seeing as it has been nearly 2 years since my last look at Pizza Place and that all the stuff that has happened in those last 2 years is mostly over, I felt like it was a good time to resume my annual Pizza Place review, to see if after nearly a decade of being a game and 6 years since my initial review if the wood grain would finally be fixed. So, has it?Continue reading
Hello there pepperoni lovers of Roblox, WoodReviewer here for my fourth annual look at Work at a Pizza Place by Dued1. Yup, the classic Pizza Place, a game that is nearly a decade old by this point and has probably made Dued1 enough money to easily live on for the better part of half a decade. A simple game that has remained basically unchanged over the course of its entire existence, but at the same time has had every single part of it updated in some way, shape, or form, or if not atleast looked it to see what needs to be change. Surely if one game on Roblox should have proper wood grain, it should be this one. It has to be this one. There is no other game that should most definitely have proper wood grain as this one.
Hello long time fans of publicly shaming people with bad wood grain, WoodReviewer here, and today it is time for me to take my third look at Work at a Pizza Place by Dued1. Pizza Place was the first place that I ever reviewer, due to the combination of my hate of bad wood grain, love of pizza, and intense hatred of Chicago style pizza. Because the place has so much importance to me, I’ve decided to hold an annual review for it, and this year the review actually takes place on the anniversary of the first review, not randomly in the middle of March when I remembered to do it. So, with two years since my first review of it and 11 months since my last review, has Pizza place gotten any better?
Every once in a while, you need to go back in time and see what you have done and what mistakes you have made. Doing this allows you to not only become a better person, but also to see where you can grow, how you can improve, and where you can go next in life. Fortunately for me, I am Mr. Perfect WoodReviewer so I don’t need to do that, and instead I will help Dued1 improve Work at a Pizza Place, since apparently my t review of it last year was not enough to to get him to fix the wood grain.