Teddy Tavern: A Culinary Adventure
This is a fairly simple game to learn. Like most time management games, it starts at a gentle pace and slowly gets crazy but remains playable even at harder levels. In addition, this game has the advantage of very cute bears of all varieties on every level demanding different things to eat. Clever and fun. My 9 year old daughter loves it too!
January 14, 2012
If you go down in the woods today..........
This is a good game and a good take on other 'cafe-style' type games that are on the market.
The way this is different is that instead of 'sim type people' you are playing with 'cute' teddy bears (though some are cuter than others), and the chef is also a teddy bear (kind of far-fetched, but makes for a cutesy type of game). The game for me though whilst starts of gentle(ish), gets too difficult to quickly, normally on the first few levels I can get master (expert), but on this game I was getting a pass but that is all nothing higher.
The game got frantic and there was no 'give' in that if you made a single mistake it kind of threw you 'off balance' for that whole level.
The game was good though and as I bought it when the game was on offer was well worth the purchase (as it would have replay value just trying to get master on the levels).
I would recommend this game if like me you get it on offer.
December 16, 2012
Yes, I will recommend this game! The one hour demo went really quickly!
The music is even ok. I like the little teddy bears (most of them!)
You have to be quite quick to manage all the orders, but once you get into a routine it's not too difficult. You have to juggle matching the orders with sending them in the right direction ... quick hand eye coordination.
Yes, all in all a quick little time management game to keep you on your toes in your time wasting moments.
June 7, 2013
Poorly Executed Game
There are only three other reviews of this game so that should have told me how bad it was. And I'm not sure how it managed to get so many stars because this is really a poorly executed game.
There's no story line really. Graphics are simplistic -- bordering on childish. The character graphics are small and the food is small. Game play involves throwing the meals to the customers instead of clicking on them. If you don't aim exactly in the right spot, the customers get angry and you lose happiness points quickly. I made expert on the tutorial level and that was it. I kept playing until my cursor disappeared and all my customers got angry and left.
June 18, 2014