Hello Kitty Lunchbox

Hello Kitty Lunchbox

Hello Kitty Lunchbox is a game that has been designed for the whole family and small children in particular. It will teach your kids, aged 4-5, how food is prepared and why.

The game puts you in the shoes of a small cat, called Kitty. So it happens that Kitty is left with no lunch at the elementary school cafeteria so it is your job to prepare some food for the poor cat. The thing is that Kitty prefers certain food and dishes instead of others so you cannot prepare just anything. You will have to comply with the cat’s requirements so you will end up cutting veggies, preparing drinks, sandwiches, cooked food and much more in order to satisfy her. If you give the kitty what she wants you will get a present that you can later use in the game and if not, you will have worked for nothing. A good thing is that Hello Kitty Lunchbox gives you numerous tools to use so you will be able to prepare various dishes limited only by your imagination (we do not guarantee they will taste that good if you attempt this in real life!) and you can even create and customize four unique lunchtime recipes. All this is wrapped in childish cartoon-like 2D visuals that will make you feel like you are watching a cartoon movie for 3-year olds but in really these are the children the game targets. The sound effects are also similar.

Obviously the game is not for grown-ups since it has nothing to offer to people who want action, strategies, role-playing games or even racers. Yet the app can introduce your small children to the art of cooking and when it comes to this, Hello Kitty Lunchbox does a great job. So if you have small children, show them this free Android app – they will have fun for sure while they are helping the cute little kitten.

Hello Kitty Lunchbox is here on Google Play.

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