Go-Go Gourmet

Go-Go Gourmet

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Go-Go Gourmet, an addictive Hidden Object and Time Management game rolled into one, puts you in the heat of the kitchen. Take the role of Ginger, who seeks master chef training with the nuttiest restaurateurs in town. Fulfill customer orders by searching for ingredients in a food strewn kitchen, slice, fry, boil or bake the ingredients accordingly, and serve the dishes as quickly as possible.

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 43 MB

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Go-Go Gourmet is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This used to be a fun game for me! This is one of my favorite games. Time Management and Hidden Object...what more can you ask for? Until you get a new computer that has Windows 10. :-/ One of my favorite games no longer works. It would be nice if a patch could be made for "out of date" code.
Date published: 2016-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from brillantly addictive Fantastic have always lived this game have compleated 1 and 2
Date published: 2015-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from go go gourmet I love playing this game it is so fun to play
Date published: 2015-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOTS of replayability I bought this game years ago - long before Big Fish - then lost it and bought it again...this time on Big Fish!!! It is consistently one of my "go-to" games - whenever I get bored with what is out there, I replay this....and the sequel - Go Go Gourmet: Chef of the Year. If you like TM/HOG games - buy it - you will enjoy it for many years.... Valina
Date published: 2013-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from go-go gourmet truly awesome great game fun fun fun
Date published: 2013-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Game!! This is a wonderful game with HO and TM all wrapped up together!! I loved the challenge of trying to complete meals, find ingredients and cook all at the same time. Very cute storyline! I loved the second one, Go Go Gourmet Chef of the Year as well! I really, really hope that they release another edition of this game soon!! Keeping fingers crossed!!
Date published: 2012-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from this a awesome game I love this game it has everthing i will be buying it
Date published: 2012-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 12pfriday It was a realy fun game! I loved playing it
Date published: 2011-11-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It was worth the play. In this game you make different dished by finding the items in the kitchen and then clicking on the appliances to cook the items. The flow of the game play was not bad and it was easy to maneuver around the kitchen. With a lot of these games, especially the slightly older ones, I usually run into bugs or glitches and I was pleasantly surprised not to run into any while running this game. After I played through the demo I reluctantly bought the full version of the game half expecting to be disappointed because I was moving kind of fast through the levels. I did beat the game in one sitting, but after finishing it and reflecting on it, I was again pleasantly surprised to find that I really enjoyed it. The level of challenge was present but in different ways than I am used to. I was able to beat pretty much every level on the first try, and no more than two tries if I did have to play again. I did like that the items changed location each level, this kept did keep a level of challenge to the game that held my interest. I also like that the difficulty of the recipes themselves them increased as the game went on. Towards the end the recipes had 7 and 8 steps to them. I also enjoyed how they designed the play of the final restaurant you unlock, it is different than the rest of the levels on game in that you had to cook for a previous chef you worked with on each level, and cook recipes that they had in their restaurants. As always, with the good things come the bad and there were opportunities for improvement with this game. I would have liked if you could have built bonuses in some way. Also when the customers started to get upset there was no day to redeem yourself. I would have liked if chaining together a bunch of ingredients would increase their mood. If not that then some perk you could click on, a radio or cookie, to improve their mood and get some coins back. When time ran out and the store closed the customers got impatient really really quickly and that was kind of a bummer because it took away any incentive to hurry up and finish a customer to get that last one in the door. This wasn't a problem as much on the earlier levels when the recipes are simpler, but on the later levels they would get upset and leave before you would have any chance of completing an eight step recipe. This didn't hinder me from beating the game, but it would have been fun to fully annihilate the levels. I also would have liked there to be performance upgrades available to use. Like make Ginger move quicker or increase the speed of the oven etc. You did get to buy upgrades for your own restaurant and I did find this part to be fun. It would have been better if you had choices for each upgrade, but everything looked really nice at the end. Another issue was that I ran out of upgrades while I was still working in Hiro's restaurant so I was out of things to upgrade at the end when I was making the big bucks. Despite the minor setbacks I really enjoyed this game and I think it is deserving of four stars.
Date published: 2015-09-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fast Paced & Fun I enjoyed this one and I had been wanting this game for years and years so I finally used a game coupon on it and I should have bought this a longgggg time ago! Its just one of the funnest kind of games in my opinion. I love when hidden object games get mixed with time management like GardenScapes, Aquascapes, Antique Road Trip etc etc. The game is simple. You grandpa left you a restaurant that needs updating, you help all the local restaurants to improve your skills but also get the money to buy the stuff you need to open your restaurant. You get to decide what items you want to update when you have the cash but you don't get to decide from 3 choices or anything. There is only one option. Also, as time goes on, your kitchen equipment gets faster and Ginger herself gets faster BUT as for manually picking things to get faster or getting a newer oven, that is not an option in this game. But since this is a pretty old one I can forgive all that. What led me to take a star off is the fact you can't queue anything. I know old games are like that but it would have been nice to have more than one grater then or more than one oven instead of having to remember which one to go back to because they both needed to chop and only one grater was available. It would have been nice to click the item it needed next and it would have just worked without having to click the tabs again and again. Also, I wish it would have delivered without me having to constantly push that dish. But despite those two little things, I really enjoyed myself. I felt like the challenge was spot on if not a little too easy. I didn't have to repeat any level except for the last 7 when you finally open your restaurant and then have to feed the chefs who helped train you. Some of the people were from the first couple levels and over time I had forgotten what their dishes were leading to slowness and me having to repeat levels. You can pass levels with a gold, silver or bronze depending on how much money you make and you can keep going and then come back to replay except for the last 7 levels which ask you to replay them until you get the correct amount to proceed. That was the only time I felt truly challenged. Once you learn people's orders, it actually makes the game pretty easy. You get in a rhythm of how to cook sushi or eggrolls. The bread pudding had way too many ingredients and I think my favorite restaurant was the french cuisine believe it or not because I don't know a lot of french foods nor eat a lot of it so making these dishes were a lot more fun than making say a hamburger since it was new to me. I recommend this game and I have the next one but I wish there had been many more!!
Date published: 2013-12-08
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