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This game is my absolute favorite game to play! Love the graphics, the general idea of how the game works, and the awesome club events that take place each month. Each kitchen stove has some really cool items that can be cooked up to fill your order boards, where you receive money & points to level up. The kitchen stoves are rather expensive, which I think makes it hard to buy, but still makes the game challenging. Supersolid is constantly trying to make better game changes for its players & is always on top of any game issues that may arise. I appreciate all they do for its players! I suggest anyone trying this game out, to stick with it, because the more you level up, the better the game gets. It unlocks more kitchen stove recipes and will allow you to purchase the food club area where you can either join a club, or create your own. Once you are part of a club, you are able to chat with others, help one another out with your orders for your truck, replenish your trees & dead bushes and even take part in the monthly cooking events. This game is definitely worth trying. I hope you enjoy the game as much as I do!
I downloaded this game for a fun little “brain break” game when studying for finals and it has been a fun little distraction—it reminds me of Cafe World but with a FarmVille twist. That being said, it is really hard to expand your land or get rid of dead trees or upgrade your pantry fridge and things of that nature unless you’re willing to pay money for extra jewels. I understand that there need to be paid features for the app to be able to to keep running BUT there will always be people willing to drop $10 bucks on extra jewels and the majority of us who can’t or won’t shouldn’t be essentially barred from any real progress for not being willing to drop $10-$20 a week. There are ways to earn the jewels but it’s a very slow process with minimal reward. If the app makers made it so progress in the game was easier without putting a bunch of money into the app, I would up this to at least 4 Star but at this point, I’m considering deleting the app because I may be hitting a wall where I’m at right now without having to buy my progress. Oh, and I almost forgot! At least once a day, if not a few times a day, I’ll grow food in my garden and it won’t show up in my pantry when I harvest it. It just disappears, which is super frustrating. Especially for the food that takes longer to grown and especially if you have a dish you’re waiting to make but needed that now missing ingredient...
Great game overall! The latest edit layout option was brilliant. Just a few highlights I think can be worked on. Food truck - I put a lot of time in the food truck orders, just to only get 29 coins, 1 voucher, and a few stars. I would get more money off trading or completing a menu order with the items requested to be filled. So really I’m just working for “1” voucher for 16 hours. Can be better, just saying. Gems - Don’t assume everyone is in on social media. There should be a way to save/play with friends without having to connect to Facebook to get extra gems. Helping hands/Saws - If you are going to make me buy a new tree/bush after it dies, the dispersion of these items should be a little more frequent. Not to mention I have to use the same items to be able to clear the plots. Just asking for a little fluff, otherwise my layout will be more of a tree graveyard than an entertainment spot.
This games pretty addicting and provides some mindless entertainment throughout the day. It’s not as fun when there isn’t an event going on because there’s not as much to do, but I like the addition of the scooter challenges to pass the time in between events. The addition of new stations and recipes keeps the game interesting. Every “good” food club I’ve come across don’t like to start playing the events until it’s more than halfway through so they don’t compete against stronger clubs that have been playing since day 1 and that’s pretty annoying, especially when the events are fun to participate in for the full week. The food truck is pointless; you need to trade high value items in return for very little coins and exp, and when you finish the entire food truck you don’t get much at all. It’s not worth the hassle or asking for help on unless needed for a challenge (and not even all of the time then). There’s room for improvements and if they’d make the food truck reasonable then it’d be a 5 star game. That won’t stop me from being addicted to it now, but I can already see myself quitting the game eventually because leveling up after level 30 seems to take forever.
This game is very much like games I have played. I like how this game makes a lot of things in a smaller time frame, so you won’t stay bored, and it’ll always have you wanting to come back. If this ever is reviewed by the makers of this game, I kinda want to add that I wish this game was more interactive with other users. If this game maybe had more interaction with other players, it could be more fun! Instead of only being able to help with a few things, and looking at others’ restaurants, what if there was more options? Such as, help speeding up crop or food production, leaving tips, adding ingredients, or other care that helps with the overall productivity of the restaurant?? I think that this would help with patience, when it comes to waiting for things at home. It adds more tasks that are over all very helpful, and help pass time for our own restaurant!!
Developed by Supersolid Ltd.
Food Street – Restaurant Game is ranking in Games & Simulation & Family
Last update was at Dec 13, 2019and the current version is 0.45.5.
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Food Street – Restaurant Game have a 8 244a user reviews.
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