Gourmania 3: Zoo Zoom
Hidden Object / Time Management for foodies
Not my favourite of the three. Unlike in Gourmania and Gourmania 2 I found myself getting stressed over this one. Some of the items are very small I have noticed that some ingredients which are very easy to spot sometimes disappear behind the sign when a guest turns up (naughty developers :-) ).
I found the storyline a bit over dramatised, but hey...it's a game and when a spoiled brat of a daughter wants to prove her business acumen to her rich dad by restoring his old restaurants, building a zoo and filling it with animals from their family crest, then what better place to do such a ridiculous thing than in a game? :-)
Nice game, I recommend it, but would advise to do the full trial first.
May 6, 2012
FINALLY, A FUN RESTAURANT GAME!
I am not real fond of the planting, building, harvesting, selling games...my attention span and speed fail me. But this game is delightful! Almost didn't even try it, yet it was a DD so what was there to lose? An easy game, not timed so I had the chance to find everything. Had a bit of trouble trying to remember to collect all the extras on each level, but once I got that in my head I was ready to make the money! Certainly worth the DD, and am going now to purchase!
May 24, 2013
The tasks are sometimes confusing. The names not unique. So it made little fun.
June 4, 2013
MORE FUN THAN THE FIRST TWO; NOW YOU BUILD A ZOO
If you've played Gourmania 2, you'll be glad to note that there is not much cleaning and repairing in comparison. You will do that mostly as you build your new pet zoo, outside of work. Continue making various food items for your customers by finding the ingredients in a clutter-filled kitchen as you fill their orders for Mediterranean, Mexican or Greek food. Colorful, pleasant looking environments. More fun than the first two in the series.
December 3, 2013
Hidden Object in Disguise
First of all I am not a fun of HO games so I already didn't like it. Second of all, the objects it has you find often have a vague title with other items that look identical or could be misconstrued, so until you have played the levels a while, you really don't know what you are looking for. If you are trying to find "pepper" start hunting for a bell pepper because the black pepper shaker will knock you down points. This kind of thing irritates me. You can't tell an orange from a mango from a pear, but these items are all scattered together on the same level. Could have been designed a lot better even for people that LIKE hidden object games. Not sure why it is listed as Time Management, because it isn't.
August 26, 2012
Very repetitive, so easy a child can do the mini games, the only fun factor was cooking. Customers come in and order food and you collect the ingredients. Other than that, I could spend my time playing a much better game.
February 26, 2013
Nowhere near as good as the first or second one. The graphics and story were pedestrian, and gameplay was repetitive.
November 25, 2011
Ok, but not worth full value
This game was ok...much like the gardenscapes games but a earlier version....the side games were stupid when dealing with the animals...I would only purchase this as a daily deal
June 15, 2013
Too Easy For Me
WAY too easy. I beat this game in one day. They give you a monetary goal for each level, but there's no penalty if you don't reach it. You pass each level on the first try. The ingredients that you are supposed to find for each level always stay in the same spot, so by the end, you know right where everything is. Just way too easy.
May 28, 2013