Lumo Deliveries is a time management simulation game developed by Lumo Developments. In this game you get to act as international logistics manager with the task to manage deliveries. The entire game revolves around the basic cycle of picking up shipments, making deliveries, earning coins to unlock better drivers and carriers. There is tons to unlock on your way to global delivery domination.
The game starts off with you selecting the region you want to dominate first. Once you have selected the region you hire a driver and purchase a cargo carrier. You do cargo shipment jobs to earn lumobux, currency of the game. You can either view the estimated time of arrival (ETA) count down to zero or you can view the car drive till it reaches its destination. The only benefit of watching it drive is that you get to earn some extra coins by clicking on them as they fly by.
Lumo Deliveries is all about running the delivery business by managing multiple cargo carriers at once. Each delivery job takes a certain amount of time, and you can track all your carriers using a single screen.
When a carrier reaches its destination, you tap on each package to drop it off, and then back to delivering more boxes. And the cycle goes on. During the process your carriers might break down depending on their reliability. So you will have to repair them, which requires a lot of tapping.
As your business grows and you earn more and more lumobux, you can hire more drivers and purchase more carriers to enhance your delivery fleet. The unlocks keep on getting exponentially expensive as you progress. You get to unlock carriers like UFOs, Helicopters, Bus, Van De Graaff, etc.
Just like you need to keep your carriers repaired, similarly there is a loyalty factor of each driver. You need to keep them motivated else they will start driving slow. You can keep them motivated by using either ‘Spin Hypnowheel’ or ‘Play Bongos’. You can also do multiple upgrades to your driver as you progress along.
The game is designed to check in back on your deliveries throughout the day. Lumo Deliveries is a simple touch interaction game but it feels quite redundant. It feels less like a game and more like doing a task list. Even though there is a lot to unlock but it lacks the engagement factor. The graphics are good but unfortunately gameplay is a complete let down. You need to just tap, tap and tap some more to get anything done.
If you want to give the game a try you can download it here.