Awesome mobile cooking games today? Good Pizza, Great Pizza is a a cooking game focused on—you guessed it—pizza. The goal of the game is to work your way up the restaurant chain by making pizza and eventually owning the shop. This cooking game has timed sessions where you can make pizzas during the “open” hours of your shop’s workday. You can then use your profits to upgrade the store, buy new toppings for your pizzas, or upgrade your pizza-making machines. The only odd aspect of this game is that the music in the beginning is sort of eerie. It feels like it’s setting you up for a horror movie instead of a cooking simulator.
Cookie clicker is a great clicker game with a backing theme. In this game you bake cookies, collect cookies for upgrades. There are 2 categories of updates in cookie clicker achievements and this section to improve clicking rate. The cost of these upgrades or buildings increases incrementally. Cookie clicker is an enjoyable game and is powered by HTML5to work in modern browsers. Find even more information on https://mytrendingstories.com/alice-queen/cookie-clicker-achievements.
Most of us know about the eccentric and easily irritable chef Gordon Ramsay thanks to a series of TV reality shows that have aired over the years. What if he had his own game, wouldn’t that be better? Well he does, and it’s made by Glu, a developer popular in the mobile gaming segment. Known as Restaurant Dash, the gameplay revolves around a busy restaurant, and of course, Gordon Ramsay. The concept of this game is somewhat similar to Diner Dash (which is also created by Glu Mobile). You have time based events, so you’re required to be quick. You will build restaurants, and eventually expand your empire all over the world. The more restaurants you have, the better you’ve done in the game. This is indeed a fun cooking and food game. There are dedicated boss battles within the game featuring Gordon Ramsay, which is a fun way to test your in-game skill. Customization of the character is another major factor here, as the game allows you to create and design your avatar the way you want. There have been several “Dash” based games, but this personalized avatar is a first for this particular game by the developers. Expectedly, the app is free to download from Google Play App Store, but contains ads and in-app purchases. As with the game above, this one too will work on any device (including tablets) running Android 4.0.3 or above.
The third installment of the popular cooking game series is finally out in Steam Early Access. This time you’ll be travelling in your food truck to participate in the National Foodtruck Championships, which means a greater focus on street foods like ramen, Cuban sandwiches, and poutine – bless you, Québécois cuisine. We particularly love the new chill mode, which makes this one of the most relaxing games around by removing any time limits and just letting you cook at your own pace.
Not much needs to be said about the brilliance of Fruit Ninja. There’s only a short list of things that are better for killing time than learning the ancient art of fruit slicing from a weathered, Mr. Miyagi-like sensei. Since its release in 2010, Fruit Ninja has been downloaded more than 300 million times, was voted one of Time’s Best iPhone Apps of 2011, and developed into an interactive Xbox360 game. This is undoubtedly the world champion of food game apps, but unlike other cooking-related games, Fruit Ninja doesn’t do much to teach you the fundamentals of the food business. By all means, keep slicing those pineapples and melons, but don’t be fooled into thinking that just because you’ve mastered Fruit Ninja you will fare well in the kitchen. Download Fruit Ninja for free at the App Store. Read more details on Mytrendingstories.