Asynchronous gameplay coming to Space Food Truck for Linux, Mac and Windows PC

One Man Left is proud to announce the next big addition to Space Food Truck, our 1-4 player #coop #deckbuilding for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. An update today adds a much-requested lobby screen to help players find an #onlinegame that suits their skill level. While this screen is pretty bare-bones at the moment, it lays the groundwork for the next big feature: asynchronous play!

Asynchronous in Space Food Truck will work just like our live play as long as all players are accounted for, but if someone needs to leave the game, they can take their turns on their own time. And if you can’t find a live match that’s exactly what you’re looking for, you’ll have the option of setting up an asynchronous game for other players to join whenever. One Man Left are hoping to include some cool features like turn time limits and a player count option, giving players more control over how many characters they play and how long their partners have to take a turn. The developers plan to add this as a free update in the next few months.

An exhaustive list of everything that’s new in today’s update is available on the One Man Left blog. Below, you’ll find a few important links and some general information about the game and our company.

About the Game

  • Supports 1-4 players locally or online.
  • 4 Difficulties: Mild, Medium, Thai Hot, and Dragon Sweat
  • Games last 1-2 hours, save and stop anytime.
  • Resume your offline games online, or vice versa.
  • Invite friends or match randomly.
  • Our procedural galaxy holds new surprises every play through!
  • 27 Achievements to tackle, plus 8 Steam trading cards to collect

In Space Food Truck, players work together to warp around a procedurally-generated galaxy, search for exotic ingredients, craft tasty recipes, and scramble to the planets craving each dish. There are four roles to choose from: Captain, Engineer, Scientist, and Chef; each with their own unique play style and contribution to the mission. To win, your team must finish every recipe objective before the ship is torn apart by space pirates, wormholes, the terrifying monster that lives in your vents, and more.

Mechanically it’s a deck building game with a cooperative twist. Each player must add new items and powers to their own collection of cards every turn. Choosing cards wisely is critical to doing your job and surviving the escalating hazards of deep space. You can read more on the official website.

Makes sure to check out the Tutorial Videos on YouTube.

Space Food Truck is available on on Steam for $19.99 USD, and a 4-pack of keys can be purchased for 25% discount through the official website,


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