Summary: It was opened the moment it was received and continues to be a source of great enjoyment...and my daughter is almost 18! She can't put it down...she has mastered almost every level...it is great fun for gamers of all ages!
Summary: The main game start in a backyard where you master the basic controls, moving into kitchen where you try your best not to alert the grandma which starts trowing tomatoes at you, and so forth. Also, comes with a smaller cooking game, that kind of models after the Cooking Mama. The graphics are nice, the controls are smooth, and it's modeled after a hugely popular character. So, my 7-year old nephew really loves it.
Summary: I got this game for my DS as part of a combined package, which was great as it cost around £25 at the time! Whilst it is not the kind of game I would normally buy (I like puzzles and those brain training thingys) I reckoned I would give it a bash and if it was too 'young' or I didn't like it then I hadn't lost anything and could always flog it on ebay or swap it in one of the game shops for a different one. Well isn't it funny how first appearances can be deceiving?
D. solheim "my wife uses this account too so ..., amazon.co.uk
11 August 2008
Summary: i didnt think i would like ratatouille when i first brought it, but i wanted to try something diffrent and i'm glad i did, it a brilliant game, thats not just constant cooking but a little bit of platform thrown in too. i have only just started playing it, but i am already hocked, so much so that when i brought it, although i brought 4 other games at the same time, i have yet to touch any of them. lol. brilliant game and well worth buying.