Cooking Trip Collectors Edition

Prepare stunning dishes in the best restaurants! Mary and John have set a goal to opening the “best restaurant in the world”. The only trouble is, effort and university educations alone aren’t enough! They need to learn from the three most famous chefs in the world and study the coveted secrets of the culinary arts. After careful planning, they set off on a long journey full of adventures. Onward, to the heights of mastery! Expect colorful locations, levels of varying difficulty, lots of characters and dishes, bonus quests, the ability to upgrade and develop restaurants, varied achievements, intuitive gameplay for all ages, beautiful music and an exciting plot. Cooking Trip – walk the path to perfection!


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While I enjoy a challenge and that is why I play time management as well as strategy games, this one is too challenging for me which does not make it fun. I can keep replaying levels but I don't get extra coins for doing that, so what's the point? Sometimes derivative is All-in-One Mahjong 2 I really like the levels and graphics. Date published: I thoroughly enjoyed this game. I didn't think the additional features were worth the extra money. It is very much like Cookig game that I have played over and over again. Rated 5 out of 5 by Coking from I enjoyed it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Suelovesgames from Highly Addictive I love cooking games, especially this type. You don't fail levels, so you're always progressing but if you do well in the level and fulfil the goals, you can earn more money to buy upgrades. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by SwampLily from It started out well

Date published: I understand this game may not be for everyone, but I enjoyed it. Rated 5 out of 5 by Suelovesgames from Highly Addictive I love cooking games, especially this type. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by wickitaurus from old, old, old This game is as old as it gets. New Foods sort of Same Tasks. Of course, it does, because this is the MO for all games by this developer, all they ever do is change the Title and the Characters names and roll with it for years and years! I didn't think the additional features were worth the extra money. Except for the new Back on the Road graphics interface, this rendition of Cooking Trip looks and plays exactly the same as the previous ones. I found it completely addictive. I thoroughly enjoyed this game. I find it comforting to play a game where I recognize the mechanics so I don't have to waste time learning how to play it, I can just sit and relax playing it. I have received gold on all the levels, met all the challenges. Several versions of this games are out, but it is always the same. I enjoyed the game, but I wish I had waited for the standard version. We may as well have a Waitress Attitude option to make it an even playing field, such as a "refusal to serve" or "here's the door, don't let it hitcha in the

This is one of the few games of late, from which I could not tear myself Risen Dragons. This Collector's Edition, as with the last one, offers a strategy guide which is basically useless. It does not disappoint. I am very disappointed. Sad to say, but it is not worth downloading. Sometimes derivative is good!


Their patience level also directly affects the amount of tip they are willing to leave, with either Gold, Silver, or Bronze Coins. Date published: Also, the upgrades are expensive which doesn't help. Yes, indeed it has like the game "Katy and Bob. This is one of the few games of late, from which I could not tear myself away. It is very much like another game that I have played over and over again. The "Expert" Goal amount is shown before the start of each level, and there are Bonus Goals available but not required which are shown at the bottom, such as collecting money from three consecutive customers simultaneously. New Graphics, Same Layout. Each customer has a Green Smiley over their head which turns Yellow, and eventually, Red if the service is too slow because they are hotheads with no respect for servers. It tells you to buy certain upgrades in order to beat levels but most of the time I couldn't afford to do that. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by SwampLily from It started out well Sometimes derivative is good! Still, on the positive side, it kept my interest for a while and it was simple and challenging enough to keep me engaged. I am visually impaired so I love the bright colorful graphics on this one. Rated 5 out of 5 by Suelovesgames from Highly Addictive I love cooking games, especially this type.

I have received gold on all the levels, met all the challenges. You simply click the customer to give them a menu when they arrive and then click on the items they order, pictured items are shown in their thought bubble and re-click the customer to deliver those food items exactly as pictured The good news is that you don't have to drag anybody or anything, an annoying feature some TM games incorporate. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by starrylyn from Almost Impossible to Reach Gold on Levels I have played many time management games over the years, and this one while fun at first, later on as you progress in the levels they are almost impossible to get beyond satisfactory. Each customer has a Green Smiley over their head which turns Yellow, and eventually, Red if the service is too slow because they are hotheads with no respect for servers. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by SwampLily from It started out well New Bonus Names, Same Bonuses. Of course, it does, because this is the MO for all games by this developer, all they ever do is change the Title and the Characters names and roll with it for years and years! New Graphics, Same Layout. When I played one of the Katy and Bob games, I never purchased it because I couldn't keep up and it frustrated me. Prepare food, serve the customer, upgrade the store. In style, game play and graphics, it's like a blend of 'Cake Mania' and 'Spooky Mall' with a sprinkling of 'Diner Dash' thrown in. Rated 5 out of 5 by Suelovesgames from Highly Addictive I love cooking games, especially this type.

Yes, indeed it has like the game "Katy and Bob. Loved the game. This Collector's Edition, as with the last one, offers a strategy guide which is basically useless. Prepare food, serve the customer, upgrade the store. New Achievement Names, Same Achievements. Sometimes I felt that I might go mad because it was so fast paced and relentless but I still loved it. Each customer has a Green Smiley over their head which turns Yellow, and eventually, Red if the service is too slow because they are hotheads with no respect for servers. The tips you earn are used to purchase Upgrades from the Shop to help you achieve level goals, such as Extra Serving Stations, Decor to help stabilize the customers' mood or earn more money by Increasing the cost of food items. I didn't think the additional features were worth the extra money. Rated 5 out of 5 by booger69 from I enjoyed it. I can keep replaying levels but I don't get extra coins for doing that, so what's the point? Helps me to see the game better. I'm still puzzled as to what the extra's were for the Collector's edition- definitely not worth the extra money.

9 thoughts on “Cooking Trip Collectors Edition

  1. Of course, it does, because this is the MO for all games by this developer, all they ever do is change the Title and the Characters names and roll with it for years and years! Rated 5 out of 5 by booger69 from I enjoyed it. If you like point-and-click TM games, then you should try this one because these types of games are becoming extinct.

  2. Just think of how many games are just like the Delicious Emily games, yet people still buy them, including me. Sometimes I felt that I might go mad because it was so fast paced and relentless but I still loved it. Rated 5 out of 5 by booger69 from I enjoyed it.

  3. The tips you earn are used to purchase Upgrades from the Shop to help you achieve level goals, such as Extra Serving Stations, Decor to help stabilize the customers' mood or earn more money by Increasing the cost of food items. While I enjoy a challenge and that is why I play time management as well as strategy games, this one is too challenging for me which does not make it fun. The levels also seem very long and by the last ten, it seems to go on forever. I really like the levels and graphics.

  4. Sometimes derivative is good! We may as well have a Waitress Attitude option to make it an even playing field, such as a "refusal to serve" or "here's the door, don't let it hitcha in the Date published: Still, on the positive side, it kept my interest for a while and it was simple and challenging enough to keep me engaged.

  5. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by wickitaurus from old, old, old This game is as old as it gets. Like the quirky differences, robot instead of dog, music player instead of fireworks. I'm still puzzled as to what the extra's were for the Collector's edition- definitely not worth the extra money. If you like point-and-click TM games, then you should try this one because these types of games are becoming extinct.

  6. If I'm nit picking, I would say that there should have been four restaurants instead of three, as it does get a little boring having to cook the same food for the last twenty levels. Of course, it does, because this is the MO for all games by this developer, all they ever do is change the Title and the Characters names and roll with it for years and years! Date published: Yes, it is similar to the Katy and Bob games, but I thought this one was easier some how.

  7. I had to stop after the first hour because it makes you want to go on and on for hours. Date published: When I saw a new one was out I knew that I would love it too!

  8. Their patience level also directly affects the amount of tip they are willing to leave, with either Gold, Silver, or Bronze Coins. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Aribear from Familiar but fun I'm writing this because I have read so many negative reviews and I don't understand why. I can keep replaying levels but I don't get extra coins for doing that, so what's the point?

  9. Except for the new Back on the Road graphics interface, this rendition of Cooking Trip looks and plays exactly the same as the previous ones. More you play the more you like it. Does any of this sound familiar? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Aribear from Familiar but fun I'm writing this because I have read so many negative reviews and I don't understand why.

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