Ice Cream Maker – cooking game

Ice Cream Maker – cooking game

There are many types of games on Google Play where you have to accomplish various tasks. Ice Cream Maker – cooking game is one such game but this time you will not have to defeat the bad guys or reach the final first during a hot race – this time you will cook.

We like Ice Cream Maker – cooking game because it is different, fresh and offers something new. The graphics are not the best we have seen, they are not even cartoon-like but with time you will get to like them. We think the developer has tried to make the graphics as realistic as possible and this is why they remind of photos. Thus the strawberries you will get to cook look like real strawberries and not their cartoon pictures. The same goes for everything else.

The best part of the game is the gameplay itself. It gives you an idea what it really is to cook. You have to pick all the ingredients you need and then process them by using various kitchen utilities. When done you get to serve the customers that enter your ice cream shop. In this way the game resembles other cooking games for Android where you have to serve customers and get them what they want. When done, you will get paid as well although we did not realize where the money goes after you earn it.

The more we write about this app, the more we like it. It is just different – it has photos instead of cartoons, it makes you use machinery, it makes you feel like you really created something. This is the magic that stands behind this app and makes you play it more and more. Being free, it also costs nothing to get it.

Ice Cream Maker – cooking game will be a pleasant memory for us and likely for you too. But before you download it, you can take a look at this app here on Google Play.

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