Papa Murphy’s Pizza Experiment a Huge Success
Take ‘n’ bake pizza from Papa Murphy’s has always been close to my heart — I used to feast on it when I lived in Northern California, back when I worked at Rocket Science and 3DO. So when Papa Murphy’s approached me to ask if I’d be willing to throw a videogaming pizza party and write about it, well, heck yeah!
Videogaming and Pizza, BFFs 4EVR
If you haven’t tried Papa Murphy’s pizza, you should enlighten yourself. Papa Murphy’s does “take ‘n’ bake” pizzas, which means you pick up your freshly-made pizza from the store, made just like you like it, and bake it at home when you’re ready to eat. Why, you ask?
- It’s fresh, not that cardboard pizza that you get in a supermarket freezer.
- Since Papa Murphy’s doesn’t have to bake the pizza, it’s inexpensive.
- You can add your own toppings at home.
- The pizza’s ready when you want, not when the queue clears at the pizza restaurant.
- It’s quality pizza.
Vegetarians, Don’t Arrive Late
In the Game Writer Central pizza experiment, Papa Murphy’s pizzas were a huge hit, garnering multiple spontaneous comments about the delicious and hearty offerings. We baked up the Gourmet Vegetarian pizza first, and even the carnivores ripped into it with gusto, leaving a few late-arriving vegetarians with some envious feelings.
A Pizza My Heart
As for the games, we started out with Motorstorm, moved on to Wipeout HD, switched to a bit of four-player Little Big Planet, and wrapped up with a solid dose of Rock Band. A good time was had by all.
Thanks, Papa Murphy’s!