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Aug 27, 2009 | 6:35 AM EDT

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Cooking time!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

it's funny to lose

i did good at first but wanted to see what happened if i did bad and then i got a 1.1
and the expression on her face was priceless XD

but it's a bit tedious and time consuming :p

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very cute.

I can understand wanting to impress a date by cooking for them. Funny thing is, that's how my boyfriend likes to impress me. XD Plot and characters are good.

I really like having the option to decorate the table. As for the cooking, the game is not touchpad friendly, you definitely need a mouse. There does get to be a point where the cutting is excessive. I also don't understand the scoring system myself--it seems all over the map. I can't do well on this with a touchpad, so I will definitely be coming back when I have a mouse.

The tutorial is a bit confusing. I got the decorating and cutting instructions okay, but the rest I really needed to practice before I could get. Maybe the reason it was confusing was because it was long.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The drawing...

Is 10/10 Gameplay... like...5/10... It's kind of you know. Boring. =( I like the music so... 8/10 the fact you have 7 different languages to chose from is 10/10. Overall 9/10.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

largest kiwi ever...

You have talent, that is given. But on some items I think you kinda rushed on the animation, the kiwi being one of them. I thought it was a coconut at first. Also, the buttons sometimes don't work on the sauce for the first meal. I am curious as to how you score this, given that I can be on the line and get a B, and be curving off the line and get an A. Over all, fun. But fix this before you make a second one.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great, but missing one thing...

The only thing that could have made this game better, was the addition of one essential cooking utensil: The Slapchop. You see, the slap chop eliminates the need to do all that needless slicing and dicing, and the more you do it, the tinier it gets; you don't have to switch any blades. When you have to cut the tomato and the onion in the game, I couldn't help but think to myself, "Gee, I wish I was using the slapchop right now. Instead of peeling the skin with the knife, I could just put the skin at the bottom, use the slapchop, and the skin comes right off!"
Now, if you do decide to put the slapchop in your game, don't put some other dicer in the game. You know what I'm talking about; all the stores have it. You can't clean it. You can't open it up; it's worthless, forget about it. Make sure you get the Slapchop because it's so easy to clean.
Aaanywho, I thought it was a neat little game, It had nice clean graphics and a straightforward objective. 9/10