Summary: I did a lot of research before getting this game. I knew I wanted a game that didn't have time restrictions and was good for small kids that just wanted to play slowly at their own pace. I think I found it. My sister got a lot of uses out of this game and since she likes cooking, it was great. I remember I was obsessed with cooking games when I was small, and it made me a bit happy to think that she may be having a similar experience through this game.
Summary: I got this game when I got my first DS and I love it! This is one of those games where you can go back to it and back to it and back and still never be bored. The story line is super cute and flow's wonderfully with a very touching ending! The food all looks so good and it's all stuff that can be easily made by anyone old enough to cook!
Summary: This game is incredibly fun. It wouldn't look like it right away but I have beaten it over eight times and it still isn't boring. Doing the recipes is actually very entertaining; this is a great game for a long car ride, long waiting time, or a rainy day. It's my favorite DS game.
Summary: Story is a bit long but gameplay is worth it and you get more recipes than you do in "Happy Cooking"se amount of minigames though even though 2 are. New The computer still does most of the stuff for you though and it took me one day to complete the game but you can do freestyle and combine every recipe
Summary: I am 11 years old and I got this game a couple of months ago after reading the reviews. I wanted another imagine game for my ds and by the reviews this one was the best. The good part about this game is what it should be about, which is the cooking. It is very fun for the most part, except that you are guided a little too much. Other than that, it is a very fun part of the game. The bad part is that there is soooo much dialoge between cooking sessions!
Better than Cooking Mama if you prefer a more relaxed cooking scenario.
Rachel Reese, Amazon
26 August 2009
Summary: I got Imagine: Master Chef for Christmas last year because I love the imagine series and thought this seemed fun. It is more relaxed and stress-free than Cooking Mama , and, in my opinion, much more realistic. In Cooking Mama it is more of a game. They have unrealistic ways of cooking and is just a game with a cooking theme. Imagine: Master Chef, is really like cooking.
Summary: This game is the best! I got it for my birthday in november, and the day after, I beat it! It was really easy to play, fun, and after I beat it, I still play it! There are really fun minigames, you can cook for fun, re-do your kitchen, of you can just work on some of your basics! This game was really fun and I enjoyed it alot. Thanks for making such an awesome game!
Summary: I received this game as a "goody" in a car ride entertainment bag. I was very excited to start playing the game, as I was interested in the game. Imagine Master Chef is a game where a girl named Lisa takes lessons from a famous cook, named Rachel. She teaches her how to cook different things. There are also a few twists in the game, which is nice. That way it doesn't seem like a job. It is fun and entertaining.
Summary: I got this game because I love to cook. In this game you play the role of a little girl named Lisa who takes cooking lessons from a cook named Rachel. You get to cook a lot of different things. In each lesson you cook a main dish and two side dishes and at the end of each lesson the other characters such as: Rachel, Lisa's mom, and Lisa's friends taste the cooking an see how they like it and give you a grade.