Cooking Fever Review
Cooking Fever is a simulation of a quick-service restaurant, in which players have to manage with the never-ending stream of customers. You can download Cooking Fever on iOS/Android device in your app store.
Graphics – 3/5
Cooking Fever, just like a real restaurant, has to be good-looking. The game doesn’t reexamine exterior of any other cooking game. The same 3D shining counter, which reminds of graphics in modern animated films, 2D clients that are out of tune with a burger counter, and the background with the rest of the restaurant. Popping-up notifications and the game menu aren't contrasted to the interior of the restaurant, therefore it feels complete. The game is good-looking but way too polished.
Gameplay – 4/5
The player stands behind a burger counter and has to serve each customer that visits their restaurant. From the very beginning, you have only one pan and one burner available. If you serve fast enough, you get extra coins to expand the number of pans and burners to serve even faster. In addition to the counter, players can also modify soda fountain, buy a coffee machine and a stove for pizzas and cupcakes, and make some renovations to both the kitchen and dining area. Renovations to the restaurant have their own advantages, such as making customers wait for their orders much longer, and I’m not even saying that your restaurant will simply look luxurious.
As players upgrade the kitchen and renovate the restaurant, they can open new businesses. Cooking Fever offers to start up bakeries, pizza places or Chinese restaurants all around the town. All you need is money.
Cooking Fever costs nothing, in other words, it is absolutely free to play, so players don’t have to invest real money in their “business.” But making money out of a good service is a long run and can certainly get boring. To not bother yourself with fair play, just buy packages to get more coins and Gems.
Controls – 3/5
The game was developed to play on mobile devices with a touch screen, so it’s available for platforms such as iOS, Android, and Windows 10. The point of the game is clear – you have to serve the customers. Drag patty on the pan, fry it, put it between the buns, and serve. The gamer is responsible for everything in the kitchen and has to take care of every aspect of the service: from frying patties to refreshing drinks. It’s easy at the beginning, but, eventually, gets confusing as you start to grab wrong buns, and there is no way back.
Replay Value – 1/5
Players have to serve as many customers as they can to make as much money as possible in order to upgrade restaurants, so they can serve even more customers and so on, and so forth. Even if there is no more way to upgrade your restaurant, you can open another one and repeat it all over again. The question is: do you really want it? I doubt it.
The Bottom Line
Based on every aspect of Cooking Fever review, it’s safe to say that game is fun enough to play, despite its polished appearance and sometimes trickish controls. It is fun only once or twice. As you understand the mechanics of the game, it gets boring and there is nothing to keep you playing.Collapse
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Pros : free to play;
customization of the restaurant;
the harder it gets the more interesting it is to play.
Cons : gets boring very quickly.
Replay Value 1
Average : 2.8
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How many dishes can I cook in the Cooking Fever game?
More than 400 dishes are available.
Can I decorate the restaurant in the Cooking Fever game?
Yes. Moreover, it's profitable because new interior details help you keep guests attracted.
What are the locations in the Cooking Fever game?
There are 17 locations in the game: Bakery, Fast-Food, Chinese, Pizza, Seafood, Indian, Breakfast Café, Sushi, Ice Cream, Paradise Cocktail Bar, Corn Dog Van, Café Mexicana, House of Crab, FC Barcelona Sports Bar, Sunset Waffles, Smokey Grill BBQ, and Italian Buffet.