Motoko-chan no Wonder Kitchen
|Motoko-chan no Wonder Kitchen|
|Genre(s)||Simulation (kitchen simulator)|
Motoko-chan no Wonder Kitchen (もと子ちゃんのワンダーキッチン?, "Little Motoko's Wonder Kitchen") is a 1993 Super Famicom point-and-click video game that features minigames related to cooking. The game was a promotional item with a production run of 10,000 units which were used for a lottery contest. Consumers who mailed in two proof of purchase seals from Ajinomoto mayonnaise received a copy of the game and were entered into the contest, which was run over five months with 2,000 prizes given away monthly.
Name brand products from Japanese supermarkets are used as an advertising gimmick from the company Ajinomoto. A young girl named Motoko takes children through a fantasy world and provides educational and informative content about the history of mayonnaise and other things that are related to food history. Games include reversi against a witch and finding seven dwarves that turn into sausages. The gameplay is somewhat similar to the more widely-known Nintendo DS title Cooking Mama, which was released more than a decade later in 2006.
The game supports the SNES mouse.
- Chef's Knife
- Cooking Pot