Kitchen Scramble

Kitchen Scramble

If you want to play a game that includes a lot of micromanagement then look for and choose Kitchen Scramble for Android. The game comes from the studios of Disney, which is a guarantee that it will be a quality piece of software.

The game is indeed cool. It comes with hundreds of levels to complete so you will be playing it for a long time. The goal of the app is simple – serve your customers by preparing the dishes they want and of course make money. You will have to check if you have all the ingredients wanted, stock new ones, cook in a timely manner and then collect money. A short, but nice tutorial is included in the game and you will see it when you start it for the first time. In addition to all this you will have to purchase kitchen equipment to advance in the levels and prepare more and new dishes. The app features nice music and beautiful 2D graphics and this is something we enjoyed very much.

Kitchen Scramble is a nice game that we enjoyed a lot. The game will keep you occupied for a long time thanks to the really long list of levels. It is also free so this is definitely a plus. If you want to manage a virtual kitchen then this is the game for you – we guarantee you will enjoy it! In the meantime you can see what we are talking about here on Google Play.

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