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Cooking Simulator For Nintendo Switch
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It modifies the appearance of products, utensils and kitchen and introduces a new mechanic that slows down the time when the player’s not moving. The cooking game genre specifically focuses on restaurant management and whipping up recipes has taken a bit of a backseat since the release of Overcooked 2. Many management games and simulation games incorporate cooking as part of the experience, such as farming in Stardew Valley or setting the kitchen alight in the Sims. So, if you’re after a more authentic cooking game then look no further as we’ve collated a list of the best cooking games on PC from time management to puzzlers. Cooking Simulator uses a physics engine and cooking mechanics to allow the player to cook over 80 recipes by using over 140 ingredients.
Cooking School is a series of tutorials explaining all the game mechanics. Leaderboard Challenge is a game mode in which players compete by trying to prepare a single dish according to a recipe, with each dish having its own scoreboard. Winter Holidays offers a new kitchen and allows to serve a dinner to a number of guests by preparing dishes containing requested ingredients. SUPERHOT Challenge is the newest mode added as a free update on February 25, 2020 inspired by SUPERHOT to celebrate its 4th anniversary on Steam.
To begin with, I was surprised with the amount of detail and responsibility you are given off the bat. I wanted to jump right into cooking, something you do in Cooking Mama, but instead my manager had me placing calls, ordering supplies and ingredients, and downloading recipes off the laptop. Play online, access classic Super NES™ games, and more with a Nintendo Switch Online membership.
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Pam’s Harvestcraft adds over 275 foods and recipes to the game, and the trees and crops from which you’ll harvest your ingredients. Cooking for Blockheads will help make sense of the chaos by providing you with a cookbook that shows you everything you can make with the ingredients you have on-hand. It also adds all the blocks you’ll need to make a fully functioning kitchen – an oven, a sink, a fridge etc – you know what goes in a kitchen.
While memorising the necessary stages is possible for a selection of dishes, as more are unlocked, that becomes virtually impossible. They certainly do feel “slippery” at first, but before long you begin to unlock skills that allow you to, for example, have a steady hand while chopping fruits and veggies. You also earn skill points that allow you to try out new recipes.
Possibly the only slight disappointment is a lack of desserts on the menu to sweeten proceedings. Nevertheless, with around 70 different recipes to master, there’s decent variety at least. Short list of game mechanics that are interesting and/or can be abused over the parts of Cooking Simulator that are scored, such as the Career Mode. The simple fact that Cooking Simulator does what it says on the label makes it a must-have for anyone who loves cooking as much as they love gaming. In a lot of games that feature cooking, the secret to a great dish is some simple good ol’ fashioned button mashing. In this game, one has to be careful and conscious of every move.
The pacing here is completely off though, with half of them covering miniscule tasks separately – like cutting and seasoning – that are over swiftly. But then in another lesson there’s an entire meal to prep and cook, before the mode climaxes with a rushed ‘tour’ of everything else that’s in the kitchen environment. Well, despite possessing some of the necessary ingredients that would be quintessential for creating a simulation game, the final product will most likely end up leaving a bad taste on your palate.