Cooking Fever is an interactive cooking simulator. It has amazing graphics and engaging gameplay. Customisation is top-notch - there are a lot of things you can upgrade. The interface feels a bit stuffed by having too many buttons. Playing this game requires internet since it saves to your Cloud.
Finicky at the start
This programme has the option of skipping the sign-in step and jump right into the game. Do NOT do this. The game will reset your progress when you try to save.
Since it’s free to play, there are microtransactions; their prices aren’t terrible, and there are some sweet deals for early coins. When you choose to do so, though, it often lags. It takes forever to open a window, and once you finish your game resets again.
The programme has various requirements
The app by itself isn’t heavy - less than 100MB. It doesn’t come with extra data unless you choose to use local storage for saved games. You need an internet connection to play this, but the good thing is that it doesn’t use much data.
It’s possible to run it on 2G. Battery consumption is pretty high, though, and doesn’t run well in power-saving mode. Older Android will not be able to handle the RAM usage.
Fast gameplay with countdown timers
You don’t have to be a chef to be good at Cooking Fever. It’s all about fast-paced interactions and time management. It may take some time to become acclimated to the UI, but it’s a pretty solid game.