Summary: My 5 year old begged for this game when she saw the commercials. I finaly got it for her for christmas. She loved it and its really fun for me too. You make the items by the directions "mama" gives you. When the meal is complete, you get a grade from 0-100 on how good you followed the recipe. You get a bronze,silver, or gold metal. If you get so many gold metals, you receive new reicpes to cook. Its real cute.
Summary: i bought this for my daughters 6th birthday. i had to make sure it worked before i gave it to her so i tried it owt. it seems like a pretty cool game. it is pretty much as i expected it would be i guess. you gotta chop meat by slicing it back and forth, tenderize by tapping on the screen, make shish ka bobs by memorizing the order they go onto the stick then roll them back and forth in batter and stir them in a bowl then put them on baking pan all with a time limit.
Summary: I just got this game 2 days ago and I started to play it. It is really fun to cook the meals and practice your cooking skills, but... there isn't really a point. I mean, you cook meals. You don't cook them for anybody. When you mess up nothing happens. You just move on to the next step, and the meal turns out perfect as if you didn't mess up. You are not cooking for any reason. you are cooking to cook. there is nothing to beat.
Summary: It's ok for people who can cook they'll get a kick outa this. They can brush up on their skills and even use it as a cook book. The people who dnt knw how to cook this can realy train them. These are real food recipes. Cool game.
Summary: I like this game a lot. If you are afraid that you will beat it in a day, don't be. You have a bunch of recipies to make at first. But then if you do all the recipies, then you can go back and get a better score on them, Like if you do bad then you get a bronze medal, If you do the best you get a gold medal, My gole is to get gold on each recipie!