by Janel Torkington, Appszoom
What's with all the digi-customers that ask for made-to-order sushi, then can't be bothered to stick around to eat it if you dally more than three seconds in its construction? I seriously doubt the competition down the street is any zippier, and, if they are, I'd put money on that they're actually evil androids bent on world domination, one nigiri at a time. If burning existential queries like these don't keep you awake at night, then you should probably just download CanadaDroid's StarChef already - it's a passable food-based time killer.
Each client has a different idea of his or her ideal burger (or sushi roll, depending on which board you're playing). Put it together in the right order and tap a drink too if they're thirsty. Do it quickly enough and they'll leave a tip in golden coins, which seems rather generous for a fast food sandwich. You can spend these coins on upgrades at the store, which you'll soon require in order to fight off the incoming onslaught of extremely impatient customers (seriously - have these guys not eaten for a week, or what?).
The music is pleasingly hypnotic, and the graphics are cartoony and just swell. There's nothing special here, but the design is smooth enough to work like it should.
CanadaDroid's StarChef is a popular time management game that might increase your reaction speed, might make you hungry, or might make your commute just a little bit shorter.
Tags: play star chef , game star chefs
by Janel , Appszoom
Oct 11, 2013
from 74.137 reviews