Totally Reliable Delivery Service is your average, yet quite absurd game on the Android Market. It aims to make mundane activities into something spectacular through the use of advanced physics and gameplay. As you play, you will control a fully customisable character, who is tasked to deliver small packages all across America, from coast-to-coast. The environments are beautifully drawn using top-notch illustrations, and the music matches the level of the whole game well. I especially love the voice of the narrator, who's no doubt meant to be menacing, yet also endearing. Playing as a driver for TinyBuild, you will have to handle a series of situations ranging from delivering a package to getting a drunk in the backseat to falling asleep and not waking up in time to make it to your client.
Like many similar games on the market, delivery games are played via the game's network of nodes, which you will need to activate to start the game. However, like other multiplayer browser games (think Angry Birds or Sea Hunt), they are not for the faint of heart. If you find that you don't have a lot of reflexes or don't think you have the ability to manage large groups of moving objects for too long, then this might not be the game for you. Likewise, if you think that you'd enjoy driving a vehicle through the wilderness, then maybe having to get your hands and feet wet in a handful of locations wouldn't be something you find very appealing. Still, if you are good with vehicles and have the patience to handle multiple deliveries a day, then maybe this one could work for you.
Like most of the apps available on the Google Play Store, this one requires you to register to its online service in order to unlock all its features. You can either search for and log into a site offering Totally Reliable Delivery Service, or you can simply login to an existing Totally Reliable Delivery Service account. Once registered, you can begin to navigate your way through its interface, starting with the main menu and going down to the "start" option at the bottom. From there, you can either dive in and start managing your shipments, or you can simply log out and try again at another time. Both options are available on the game's menu as well.