Toca Kitchen

Toca Kitchen

Small children can play with numerous things and toys but playing with food is a scenario that should be avoided – it creates a mess and it is often costly. Now your kids have the chance to play with food without creating a mess thanks to a free application called Toca Kitchen. What’s even better is that Toca Kitchen will teach your kids what foods animals and people eat and how to combine them.

As you can see this game targets small children and this is the reason why it is as simple as possible. Thus do not expect to see fancy 3D graphics, sounds and music. Everything is simple and quick. When started, the game will give you a choice among two children – a girl and a boy and then a cat and a bull. All of them have their own taste and preferences. Feed them by opening a fridge and then giving them various types of food. Follow the reaction and find out how the characters like the food given. Sometimes you will have to cook some of the food too so take this into account when the time comes.

Toca Kitchen is a free app so it shouldn’t be a problem for you to download and use it. You can take a look at it here on Google Play.

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