Waluigi's Tacostand is a video game developed by DeNA and published by Nintendo on Ouya, Virtual Boy, and Game.com in 2016. The game's composers are El Bean and the Three Caballeros.
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Waluigi's Tacostand (known as Waluigi's Taco Stand in Europe) is a free-to-play restaurant simulation game. After being in development hell for more than a decade, the game was finally reborn and completed following Nintendo's mobile initiative and their partnership with DeNA.
After wasting all of Wario's money in a pachinko machine, the handsome Waluigi needs to find money to pay his rent. Fortunately, his charitable landlord Mr Rent finds him a job at El Bean's taco stand. Will Waluigi manage to not screw this up or will he yield to putting garlic in the tacos?
The game features a catchy Mexican-inspired soundtrack performed by the mariachi band El Bean and the Three Caballeros who performed cover versions of various famous themes for this game.
References in Other Rips
- Main Theme: Shop - The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
- The listed platforms are all failed consoles
- Despite being conceived as a fake game, in 2018 Kaze Emanuar made a rom hack of Super Mario 64 with the name Waluigi Taco Stand, the game features a rendition of the shop theme from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time as a reference to Main Theme - Waluigi's Tacostand, it has a fake box with art similar to of the Siivagunner videos thumbnail, and even has a similar premise with Waluigi working at a tacostand to pay rent after spending all his money on slot machines.
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