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Happy Chef

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$ 9.99 USD

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Develop expert culinary skills in Happy Chef, a gripping Time Management game with tons of different dishes! Take command of the kitchen and demonstrate the skills of a master chef. Start with hamburgers and hot dogs and work your way to becoming the best known restaurant in the country! Decorate your restaurant, buy new furniture, find awesome accessories, and upgrade your kitchen to become a Happy Chef!

  • Decorate your restaurant
  • Upgrade your menu
  • Become a Happy Chef!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 419 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Happy Chef 3.4 5 75 75
Like! Great graphics and gameplay. I love it. January 17, 2012
Fast Game OK, this will seriously challenge your hand AND your mouse. It's fast-paced, a few upgrades which make sense (didn't finish yet the game but it's a buy for me). Honestly, I gave 4 stars for visual / sound quality but I didn't have too much time to watch the characters because you need to make the burgers / hot-dogs and serve'em FAST. There's not too much time to breathe either. This will be a lot of fun ONLY if you like fast games. If not, it's not for you. January 9, 2012
An Addicting TM Game I liked this time management game quite a bit! Something about it makes you want to keep playing. Basically, you play the unseen chef behind the stove. Customers come up to your counter, order food, and you dish out the goods before they storm out in a huff. You play every day over the course of 30 days before you move on to a different (non-upgraded) restaurant with different food. As is expected in a TM game, you start off with only a few easy to make foods and a few patient customers, then advance to a slightly more complicated menu and lots of impatient customers. What I did *not* like about this game was that it was a bit repetitive. It would be nice if there was something different thrown in every few days. It would be nice to really see a difference in the upgrades (upgraded clock, stereo, seats, etc.), but there's almost no visual difference in the upgrades because most of the screen is your stove, the counter and your customers and the clock, stereo, tables, etc. are the "background" of the scene. I also did not like that you can't "stack" picking up items. For example, if you have three burgers ready to place on the buns, you can't pick up all three, you have to pick them up one at a time. But overall, the pros greatly outweigh the cons. What I really enjoyed about this game: Really cute graphics; I like the way the food is drawn. I love that the upgrades have no restrictions. A lot of times, TM games will only let you upgrade certain things at certain levels. This game lets you upgrade whatever you want, as long as you have the money for it. That makes it a lot of fun. I love that you can pre-cook the food and have the food ready to go. Putting the food together for orders is fun too, adding the ketchup to the hot dogs, etc. I love the challenge level in the game ... it starts out really easy and in the end gets pretty difficult (unless you customized the game so your customers are more patient, but I made it so they doled out more cash.) ;) Overall, a lot of fun and definitely worth buying for any lover of TM games! January 9, 2012
Challenging First off, this game is similar to Hot Dog Hotshot, as others have said. However, Hot Dog Hotshot was a variation on Hot Dog Bush, so it was not an original itself. That being said, I like Happy Chef. It's fun and challenging if you can get past the music. One thing I would have improved would be to hit multiple customers who want the same thing, say a drink for example, by clicking on the drink once and then clicking on multiple customers. January 10, 2012
fun game fun game, but a little too fast paced. graphics are good.if you like cooking games, you'll like it. March 20, 2012
Addictive gameplay Its not a bad Time management game it reminds me of Amelia's cafe (without the annoying cleaning bit) and the burger shop games. It can get quite addictive I played the hours trial and will definitively put this on the list of game I want to buy. March 1, 2012
Good Game This was a pretty fun game. Tough to keep up with sometimes. But overall, I liked it. I would recommend this game for people who like time management games. January 25, 2012
Fun I really though this game was fun. So much in fact that I am going to try Hot Dog Hotshot. The other reviews say it's similar. I LOVE Big Fish games. I have been a member for years. The thing that keeps me coming back is that you can try the game first. Try this one, it's pretty fun!! January 16, 2012
Fun Game Fun game, I almost bought it, but the graphics bugged me. January 28, 2012
status Overall it is good only wish there was more different challenges other than doing the same task for every level... January 14, 2012
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