Chef Story

Chef Story

Chef Story may seem like a cooking game but it is not – this is another matching game in disguise!

The game is a classical representative of the matching genre but with a few new elements added. The matching rules are the same – match at least three or more items of the same kind to get rid of them, get the required result and then move to the next level! As expected Chef Story comes with hundreds of levels so you will be playing this game for weeks and even months. The game also features a limited number of moves but this is nothing new. What’s new here is that the starting layout of the items in the levels is such so that making a match of four or more items of the same kind is easy. This will help you eliminate more items at once and have more fun. Apart from this Chef Story does not offer anything new – the game has 2D graphics only and sound effects that are okay and there’s nothing more to be said of this game.

Chef Story is a nice matching game that will bring you fun if you are not tired of such games. It has all the features of the matching games genre and the fact that it is really easy to match four items of the same kind brings even more fun. This is what makes Chef Story somewhat different from most other games and this is a nice thing.

Chef Story is here on Google Play.

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