Summary: This is an entertaining game. Just demoed and the hour went by pretty quickly. You are helping out in various food shops. Your job is prepare customer orders as they come in - this is done by finding the ingredients on the screen. It's HOG style but they aren't really hidden - they are just everywhere and you need to be able to find the right ones you need. You can work on several orders at one time, and you get to purchase new types of shops with your earnings.
Summary: This game is simply fun, fun, FUN! I love the gameplay of dash games, but I find they always make my wrist sore. I also love hidden object games. Gourmania perfectly meshes the two game types into a frenzied hunt for objects. The dashing is kept below a rate that causes my wrist to get sore, but it's still fast enough to be fun! And the seeking of objects is definitely toned down in challenge from a regular seek-and-find game, but that's a necessity in this case!
Summary: It was a fun little game but the lack of a storyline held it back. It was nice to look at and a decent merge of time management and hidden object games but it didn't really suck me in. After the first restaurant there's virtually no challenge in buying upgrades or restaurants and the bonus levels got tedious. It took me two days of playing off and on to complete the game with the expert score on all levels so it wasn't much of a challenge either.
Summary: I downloaded this game last week- I liked that you could upgrade the cutting board, blender, etc unlike other games that are similar. I didn't have any bugs with it, and thought it was enjoyable.
Summary: I really liked this game. The story wasn't that great but I loved the graphics, and the different types of foods. I think especially in games like this it is important that the food look cool and like food and not cartoony. I liked this more then the last Go Go Gourmet and can't wait for another game like this to come out. The variety in restaurants was great!
Summary: I liked this game alot and think it was well done. Like Go Go Gourmet, but with upgrades and restaurants to buy. The english is a little off, but doesn't hurt the game, like it did in Stand o food 2. I'll be buying it.