Cooking Fever

Cooking Fever

Cooking Fever is, as you can see from the title, a time-management game that lets you cook various dishes and serve customers. We have seen this before but Cooking Fever is a much more ambitious project compared to any other game of the same genre.

You start as Mr. Nobody and you are given a simple restaurant where you will be cooking hamburgers and serving soft drinks. This will give you money and experience and you can use these two assets later to advance your career, learn new cuisines, upgrade your kitchen appliances, obtain new locations and more. The actual gameplay does not differ much – you will get customers and then you must fulfill their orders within a predefined amount of time or you will fail. Then collect the money you will receive and repeat.

While this may not sound like too much, Cooking Fever is brilliant in the graphics department – the game offers nice 3D graphics, numerous colors and just great visuals. The text inside the game is too small to see so this is the only complaint that we have – everything else is just great.

Cooking Fever is an excellent choice for fans of the genre – the game is free and offers much more content compared to other such games, not to mention the great graphics. So if virtual cooking is your thing, then do not waste a second and download this game.

Cooking Fever is here on Google Play.

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