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Slice and dice your way to the top as you compete against other chefs. in addicting Gourmania Game

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System Requirements

  • OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
  • Processor: 800 MHz or faster
  • Memory: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0 or later

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Gourmania Game Description

Do you have the skills to be the best chef at an exotic resort? Start your journey at a fast food joint, finding the ingredients for the sandwiches your customers want and then processing their orders before time runs out. Before the big showdown, youll save a Sushi Bar, a Pizza Parlor and more from shutting down, making you the most sought after chef in town! Just make sure to purchase the upgrades that will give you an edge. Full of seek-and-find and slice-and-dice fun, GourMania is your recipe to family entertainment!

Gourmania full version features include:

  • 8 unique locations
  • 60 levels
  • Cooking hidden object
  • Compete against other chefs

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Gourmania Game Customer Reviews

At first I was contemplating even downloading it to try it, but I'm glad I did. The graphics are eyecatching and colorful. It's not too much, but just right. The gameplay is wonderful; I loved the fact that the food changed based on the type of restaurant you were playing in. My favorite was the coffee shop, seeing all the amusing coffee and desserts made me hungry! This is a great mixture of a seek and find and a dash-type game. I would recommend this game to just about anyone. Give it a try, it might surprise you! The bonus levels were fun, and I enjoyed purchasing new places to run. The fact that you gain revenue even if you aren't there was a great feature.

- by Tarora

I really enjoyed this much more than "Go-Go Gourmet." This just had more variety when it came to the food. You got to make dessert, drinks, and main dishes. There were 8 different locations. You got to upgrade the equipment. Visually, it was just much more attractive. Basically, each location had 2 different perspectives. I liked the mini game, also. There was just more to do in "Gourmania" than in "Go-Go Gourmet." I thought it was more fun. GRADE: A

- by gamezchick