Game Review: Cooking Fever

12:42 PM

 Hello Dreamers!
Today I am bringing you a review of a game that I have been finding particularly engaging lately. Cooking Fever! The game is available on Apple, Android and select Windows diveces which are linked just before my review, you can also follow the game on Instagram, Twitter and facebook.I really hope you guys give this one a try, its free to play so really you have nothing to lose.

About Cooking Fever:
Cook delicious meals and desserts from all over the world in this FREE addictive time-management game! With a choice of 15 unique locations, from Desserts and Fast Food to Oyster Bar and Oriental Restaurant, you will be able to practice your skills in a variety of settings and cooking techniques. Use more than a hundred ingredients to cook several hundred tasty 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!

* More than 400 dishes to cook using 150 ingredients
* 15 unique locations
* More than 400 levels to complete
* Hundreds and hundreds of upgrades for your kitchen appliances and interior
Cooking Fever asks permission to fully enable some functions:
* Access location – to provide region specific in-game offers
* Access external storage – to correctly save your progress

You can buy Cooking Fever at these locations:
My Review:

I had downloaded this game sometime back when i was looking for something new and challenging, I was happy to have gotten it. When the creators were asking for reviews I thought it very fitting seeing as I was already playing it and had been for some time.
The game is engaging, challenging and even frustrating at times. As you start out at the fast food court you make your way through 40 levels serving hot dogs and burgers with various finishing's aiming for a certain sum of money to finish the said level. Each level aim for three stars but dont fear you do not have to  get one star to move on to the next level. Once you get a certain way through the bakery opens you get the opportunity to boy that proved you have saved up enough coins and gems. I feel this breaks up the repetitive task of burger, hotdog, burger, hotdog which can get quite frustrating.
The bakery level is a little more challenging, you get to worry about funky green milkshakes, chocolate and vanilla (well i assume they are the flavors lol) cakes with all the fixings and coffee, I've found my self failing more bakery levels then I did fast food but that fine. When you fail levels you do not have to wait for any clock or life bars to refill like you do on some other games, you just click try and try again.
I have played this game a number of times with my four (almost five) year old nephew and he does enjoy playing it and get equally as frustrated as me when the customers walk off in a grumble because we didnt get their food ready in time. I do I feel like the game is teaching some time management skills.
Its a free down and while in app purchases are available there are options for you to earn money as you cook for upgrades and new restaurants.
I really do enjoy this game! It is challenging and frustrating and i have thrown my phone down a couple of times but I do find myself going back for it over and over again. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to keep sweating in the bakery so i can open up my Chinese restaurant.

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