(Game) Cooking Fever
Game Description :
Cook delicious meals and desserts from all over the world in this FREE addictive time-management game!
With a wide choice of unique locations and restaurants, from Desserts and Fast Food to Indian and Chinese cuisines, you will be able to practice your skills in a variety of settings and cooking techniques. Use hundreds of delicious ingredients to cook the best quality dishes. Try all the possible kitchen appliances, from coffee makers and rice cookers to pizza ovens and popcorn makers. Decorate your restaurants to attract more clients. Make your own freebies, such as cookies or cupcakes, to make your customers’ experience more personal and memorable – just like in real life! Upgrade your kitchen and produce an even greater variety of dishes.
Oh, and did we say that this game is as addictive and as engrossing as fever? Have fun cooking and don’t forget to share your delicious meals with your friends on Facebook!
Game Features :
Thousands of delicious dishes to cook using hundreds best quality ingredients
Huge choice of world famous cuisines
More than a 1000 levels to complete
Hundreds and hundreds of upgrades for your kitchen appliances and interior
Cooking Fever requires access to the internet in order to play. The game uses a small amount of data for features like our daily rewards, restoring lost game progress, tournaments, challenges, and other gameplay improvements.
Additional Information :
- Size 179.1 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
User Reviews :
Great game, but a couple of things…
First of all, this is a great game. I recommend it to people because it kills time and it is very fun and addictive. The levels are pretty easy, as long as you have good equipment, like any other restaurant game. The casino is fun and getting new restaurants with profits is a very fun idea! Now the bad things. First of all, the updated customers are kind of creepy. They move and are a bit distracting because of this. Cool concept though! The faces also are a bit weird, but I will set that aside. Earlier on in the diner, it takes a couple of levels to get one upgrade because of the lack of money you make, but after time, it gets way better. Another thing is that the casino is very hard to make a match in. I make a gem match sometimes, but if I do, I only earn one or two gems, which I find unfair because lots of the upgrades cost at least 5 or more gems, even at the early levels (unless it is just a coin upgrade, then it is easy to get), so I have to keep playing recent levels to get more XP, keep wasting my coins at the casino in hopes of getting maybe a couple gems, or wait until the next day to get gems, which you might have restarted the daily count already, so you might have to wait about a week for gems to come back, so you would keep losing the level for a while until you completed any of these options. Other than these problems, I have no complaints about the game and I think it is great over all.
SO ADDICTIVE, but the gems….
I have had this game since I was six. I’m ten now, and I still have it. I’ve made lots of progress, but for the past 4 years, I’ve been resetting. I tried to stop resetting and actually found that I made progress. It’s such a great app, and it’s so relaxing and addictive. But I have a few suggestions. I noticed that every time you get a level up, you get a new restaurant, but sometimes they come before other restaurants that cost less. And that’s because of the difficulty. But it’s hard to remember. The latest one that I unlocked was the Sushi Restaurant. It costs the same amount as the Breakfast Cafe AND the Chinese Restaurant, and yet it’s SO hard. Plus, the upgrades for every single restaurant costs a lot of gems, so I usually upgrade everything to two to fit my budget, and it still annoys me. And when I’m out of gems, I have to play levels to earn coins and XP. I use the coins for the Casino and it takes WAY too long to get 15 or 2 gems, plus it takes a while to get to a new level once you get to level 28 because you have to get TEN THOUSAND points of XP. I’m just saying, gems to be easier to gain and their should be clarification on the order of buying restaurants, from easiest to hardest. I did the Rock and Roll bar in more days that I did the breakfast cafe and yet the breakfast cafe cost more. But overall, I really like this game and it’s one of the best games that I have played.
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