50,000 - 100,000 downloads
- Addicitve gameplay
- Strict vegans, leave
A cooking game on a grill
BBQ Frenzy is a, hold tight, culinary time management game, deliciously presented in a simple and accessible to everyone interface, a catchy soundtrack and an addictive gameplay. It won't set a new height in originality, as there have been many similar games before (they're quite popular among Korean and Japanese developers), but it will satiate the needs of every casual gamer out there.
Game is divided into three 'worlds', for a total of thirty levels, plus a few bonus recipes.. Your goal is to score a perfect every time, so as practice makes the master, there's a little bit of replayability here. As any time management game worthy of that name, at first things are pretty straightforward and linear, but soon you todo queue gets jumpier and trickier.
As aforementioned, a game recommended for every single casual gamer.
BBQ is an art.
In BBQ Frenzy, pick the foods, cook them till they’re done, manage your space on the grill and the cooking time. Don’t burn anything or your guests will complain. For everything that is burnt out, the trash is here, but as your momma would say: “wasting is bad”!
Grill whatever you want, wherever you want: in parks, suburbs or in a Western atmosphere and discover special recipes.
•3 universes: Park, Suburbs and Western each of them contain 10 levels;
•More than 30 cold and hot foods to cook: scallops, merguez, chicken thighs and breasts, various breads and vegetables as well as foods unique to each universe;
•Bonus missions: special recipes to prepare;
•30 trophies to unlock after each level perfectly accomplished.
Fun game, but not enough lives. You get one life every 30 min, but it only holds 2 lives. So if you leave it overnight you come back to 2 lives. Very frustrating, makes me want to uninstall.
I love it
Update the game and give me more lives to play..
All levels are good unless you are running out of levels
I can't wait until I play the game it will be a fantastic job to cook for people by shadayah carr