Cooking Fever

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Cooking Fever
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Developer(s)Nordcurrent
Publisher(s)Nordcurrent
Platform(s)iOS, Android, Windows 10
ReleaseSeptember 27, 2014

Cooking Fever is a cooking simulation mobile game developed by Nordcurrent, a Lithuanian game developing and publishing company. In the game, players manage various restaurants by making foods and drinks, serving customers, and earning money. Players need to make some upgrades of their kitchen appliances and interior features in order to clear higher levels.

Since its release in 2014, Cooking Fever has become one of the most popular mobile games, having been cumulatively downloaded more than 100 million times in 2017.[1]

On December 1, 2017, Nordcurrent was partnered with Coca-Cola to release an update where players can sell official Coca-Cola beverages in-game.[2] As of December 4, 2018, all references to Coca-Cola were removed.

Gameplay[edit]

Cooking Fever currently has three different modes to play; the first screen is City which has 10 restaurants, second mode is Paradise Island which currently has 9 restaurants and finally, the third mode is Alpine Mountains which currently has 9 restaurants. The Fast Food Court is available when you start the game and other restaurants will be available as you go on increasing the levels, which are known as XP. Each restaurant has 40 levels to play and a minimum score is needed to pass and get promoted to the next level. In-app purchases are also available; if the player so chooses, they can spend real money to get extra coins and gems instead of earning them during the game.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lithuania's Nordcurrent rides Cooking Fever beyond 100 million downloads". VentureBeat. 15 March 2017.
  2. ^ "Cooking Fever partners with Coca-Cola for the latest game update". Develop. 2 December 2017.
  3. ^ "Cooking Fever - The Ultimate Strategy Guide". Noodle Arcade. Retrieved 2 December 2017.

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