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Aug 27, 2009 | 6:35 AM EDT

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Cooking time!

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HolyDemonAndyHolyDemonAndy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It seemed pretty awkward.

I might try it again later. I need to learn how to cook in real life. If Alan really doesn't say anything about it, maybe that's similar to how the people who eat cooked food normally react? Maybe it's trying to show us how much work goes into preparing a meal, na?



Am-AmAm-Am

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Entertaining

I really enjoyed playing this!
8/10~
Cute graphics as well!



CraterCreatorCraterCreator

Rated 3 / 5 stars

lukewarm

It's something different, alright. I played through to the end using a trackpad, not really trying too hard. It felt like a simulation or educational kind of game, but the cutting techniques weren't particularly true to life, so I didn't learn anything. Setting the table was like a dress up game: you affect how it looks, but it doesn't influence your score. I was expecting more reaction at the end: the guy should react to the meal you made, positively or negatively. If you can satisfy the people left wondering "what's the point?", and I think you can, the game would be a lot better.



taylaataylaa

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

hm,

It's a good game. It's just too short and the constant blinking of the "click" needs to be calmed down, it's quite obnoxious. Needs more levels, and I agree with Chickenx5, the guy should say something and you should be able to move the pan.



DA-IDIOTDA-IDIOT

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fairly good game.

It was a bit tedious, but other than that it was nice. The story somewhat made sense, although just randomly cooking at someone's house seems a bit odd. And why would you peel a banana with a kitchen knife? It had good audio and art, and was a good game overall.