Mary le Chef: Cooking Passion Collector's Edition

Mary le Chef: Cooking Passion Collector's Edition

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Working at a huge law firm was exactly what her parents had planned for her - however, it doesn't make Mary happy at all... Instead, she spends her days dreaming about becoming a chef! Will she have the courage to chase her dreams and follow her heart?

  • Collect diamonds and win trophies to buy decorations
  • Enjoy hidden object elements and spot the mice
  • Meet famous guest star, Emily O'Malley, from the Delicious series

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 304 MB

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Mary le Chef: Cooking Passion Collector's Edition

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Mary le Chef: Cooking Passion Collector's Edition is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 31.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love it absolutely loved the whole game levels were fantastic hurry up and do more
Date published: 2017-05-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tough but fun! I love this game. I have been waiting for a new Emily game then along came Mary...and she is spanking my pants. Some of the challenges are so difficult they make me feel stupid but after playing some of the challenges over and over a few times I conquer them and feel super smart. Yay me! This is a great game. Hope we see more of this snazzy little chef!
Date published: 2017-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Decent Time Management Game Waited ages for a time management game and found this excellent, good features and is part of the Snuggleford Community
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lots of Fun This is a fun game that reminds you of the Emily series including finding the mouse and a visit by Emily herself at the end. The story is about a young girl expecting to be a lawyer but follows her heart's passion of being a chef instead. It was not extremely challenging but enough to keep me interested from start to finish. I highly recommend it and had no glitches playing it. Yeah!
Date published: 2017-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mary Le Chef : A Culinary Delight! What a fun game! I love, love, love Delicious and this was obviously a spin off! Just a great, fun game with a sweet and humorous storyline and dialogue! Can't wait to see more Mary games!
Date published: 2017-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Adorable Time Mgmt Pretty easy to play. But challenges abound. CUTE...
Date published: 2017-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another great Delicious spin-off! This is another great game from the creators of the Delicious series of games with Emily. If you've played those, you have a pretty good idea of how this game works, and will likely enjoy this one quite a bit. (If you haven't, give them a try! They're wonderful!) This one is directly connected to Emily, as you see her in this game. It's not a part of her storyline, however, as Mary has her own story to tell in this game. The graphics are quite nice, much like the more recent Delicious games. Some of the movement seems a bit weird to me, but I think that's just because the people sort of bob as they're moving in a way that I don't remember them doing in any of the Delicious (or related) games. It's not a huge deal, though, it's just one of a few oddities with this one compared to the others. The music is pretty good (the theme song during the level selection map is catchy), though it does occasionally change without any transition in an odd way during the cut scenes. And, much like the Emily games, there are a fair amount of cut scenes, because this one appears to have just as full of a story as those games. Game play is pretty similar to the Delicious series - prepare people's food orders, deliver it to them (whether at the counter or table), collect money, and clean up. Much like the other games, there are additional challenges to many of the levels (set up for the party, for example), as well as the mouse to catch. You can upgrade things in your restaurant via the money you earn during levels, and eventually upgrade the menu items as you earn those upgrades. The diamonds you earn from completing challenges can be used to buy gifts in a scene, and there are additional achievements as well (finish the chapters, walk a certain distance, etc.). This game also provides actual recipes as you complete chapters, which is rather neat. The primary differences I noticed with game play are that items you click on to pick up don't appear in your tray until they're actually picked up (unlike the Emily and related games, where a faint image would appear before you actually picked it up), the pause/menu button is at the bottom of the screen with the tray and score bar (only a problem if you've played a lot of the previous games and keep trying to find it in the upper left like I do), and there is sometimes very little guidance on how you accomplish a challenge. (Note: I played on Normal mode.) Most of the time, that isn't actually a problem, but it took me a little bit of frantically scanning the screen to figure out how to keep my disguise on for that challenge, for example. For the most part, this is a lot like the Delicious and related games, as I mentioned. It's pretty well done, much like the related games, and a lot of fun. I would definitely highly recommend this game in addition to all the previous ones!
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Time Managment has returned ... Hallelujah!! I almost jumped for joy (well, at my age, maybe not too high) when I saw another time-management game! What? Isn't this like the 2nd one in like a week or so? Hallelujah! What is really great about this game is that it is both fun and challenging. I don't care for TM games that are so challenging, that you couldn't make 3 stars if they gave you 2 more more minutes, but this game has caused me to have to replay a number of levels before I was able to get the 3 stars (and find the mouse in each level). Yet, I wasn't frustrated as I have been in games as mentioned above. This game is neither too easy nor too hard, just as I have come to expect from the developer. Kudos BFG for presenting a fun/challenging TM game, not only once this month, but twice (Viking Brothers 2)!!! Excuse me while I go continue cooking while working on my law degree;)
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just totally fun Thank goodness for a new TM game that is set at a pace that makes it fun to play. The levels are achievable without frustration and the story line is interesting. I play to have a good time and this delivers that. If you like the Delicious Emily series you will like this game too.
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mary Is Cooking In This Fun Time Management Game I will probably be singing "Kiss the Cook" all day now, because of this game's catchy little tune! This game is very similar to the Delicious series, they all seem to be lately, some aren't all that fun, but this one's a Big Fish keeper for certain. Just like all the other restaurant themed TM games, the object is to prepare the food items each customer desires, some require a single click, other items require you to click several items to combine them. Click on the customer to serve them the food, click the register to check them out and clean the table after the leave. Sounds simple, but with each level, there are more customers, and the dishes become more complex. The faster you serve them, the more money they pay and the money is used to buy upgrades that will help you, such as keeping the customer happy, serving food faster or extra service stations. You can play this in Beginner, Normal or Expert levels and you can earn 21 Achievements as you progress. Challenges earn diamonds which allows you to open up decoration presents given to Mary by friends and family, and you can unlock new recipes as you progress. Bon Appetit, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-04-18
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