2 Tasty Too
Not so great
There were too many cut scenes and not enough hidden object finding.
January 19, 2012
Time Management instead of HOG
I like the house building, road building, rescue type of time management versus the restaurant find the ingredient type of TM's.
I only played for 10 minutes because I thought it was boring and not really sure why this is labeled as a HOG. The game is okay unless you've played other TM's like Road to Rome, Rescue Me and Fairy Godmother Tycoon.
I think this is probably more for the younger players or someone who likes to cook would probably enjoy this...I'm dieting so I don't need to think about food while playing ; )
It does remind of another TM that was about building grocery stores ... pretty similar.
January 16, 2012
2 tasty 2 slow
It must be only me, but the Paris scenes between games and between going to the shopping menu were sooooo slow it got so annoying that I didn't finish the trial. But I can see from other reviews that others didn't have this problem!
I don't have this problem with other similar games like Zoomania.
January 27, 2012
The game is a little too slow for me. I love the concept and other games like this. However, the plots between the HO sceens drags out. You either have to watch the whole thing or skip totally. There is no clicking to go faster. Also, in the HOS, some of the objects are very obscure and hard to find. also have to switch back and forth between rooms to find things. I like other games like this, but didn't even finish this hour demo...
February 18, 2012
Sequel same as the original.
I had just got done playing 2 Tasty and thought I'd give 2 Tasty Too a try, thinking it might be better with an improved fun factor. This game is exactly the same as the first one except this time you're supposedly in Paris. Nothing else has changed. I guess fans of the first game might like that but I shut it off after five minutes. This game gets on my nerves.
April 3, 2012
The graphics and everything were great, it just took to long to click things. Had to double click to cook the items, and that still didn't work half of the time . Will not be buying this one. Was really looking forward to a HOG that didn't include an adventure
January 17, 2012
Exercise in Frustration
As you might deduce from the game's title, this is a sequel to the game 2 Tasty. I can't figure out why they needed to come up with a sequel.
This game, like the first, is an attempt to merge a hidden object game with a time management one. This game, like the first game, doesn't do a good job with either. You are supposed to find the objects in an ingredient list, cook the items and serve the customers, but that is fraught with problems. The first problem is that some of the ingredients are TINY and almost impossible to find. Another problem is that even if you find them, sometimes clicking on them doesn't work, so you have to find another instance of the item and hope that one works. Meanwhile, your customers are steadily losing patience with you and if you are like me, you are losing it with the game.
Unless you enjoy exercises in utter frustration, I suggest you skip this game and find one that knows what genre it wants to be in and sticks to it.
January 18, 2012
not my kind of game
Loving Hidden Object Games I found this one rather silly. Some may enjoy it as the graphics are okay and the premise is kind of fun. I didnt like that it had to load the next scene each time.
January 17, 2012
quite childish and boring
i did not see any hidden object part, too repititous, quit after 15 minutes.
January 17, 2012
Grammar and Spelling
Once again, my enjoyment of a game is destroyed because the developer couldn't set aside a couple hundred dollars to have the text edited. It is PAINFUL to read the storyline, and there is abundant storyline, so therefore I cringe at the end of each game level. I could hit "skip scene", but it's sort of like rubbernecking at an accident- how bad is this segment going to be? I didn't take it past the trial- it was too horrifying.
Someone recommended this for children. Yes, if you would like your children to be illiterate.
Why can't developers keep an English major on retainer? Even if it is developed in China, India, Japan, etc., there is some unemployed American or Englishman who would be happy to review your text, I swear.
November 5, 2013