Google has announced the best games of 2017, and we’re proud to say Cooking Craze has made the list.
The Best Games of 2017 list is broken up into seven main categories: Most competitive, Most Social, Best Indie, Most Innovative, Best to Pick Up & Play, Best for Kids, and Most Popular. Among those categories, one big winner was chosen. While the best-game trophy went to Cats: Crash Arena Turbo Stars, Cooking Craze owned the Best to Pick Up & Play category.
The top five best Play Store game apps – according to Google – within the Pick Up & Play category:
#1 Cooking Craze
This time management cooking game allows you to travel around the world building a restaurant empire. Limited to specific time periods per level, you must cook and serve local dishes to satisfy your customers and advance to the next city. It’s a fast-paced game that is fun and challenging at the same time. Do you have what it takes to be a fast chef?
#2 Pokémon: Magikarp Jump
Most of you probably have heard of Pokémon; this isn’t that game. This casual game is built around one emotion – humor. The Pokémon Company took its weakest creature and built a game around training it to jump. It might sound a little ridiculous but that doesn’t stop it from being a very entertaining title and pleasant time-killer.
#3 Bubble Witch 3 Saga
This one has been around for a while and continues to add to its story. Bubble Witch is back with new levels, new art, and more magical mischief. The object of the game is to match bubbles and burst them to pass levels.
Similar to its parent – Gardenscapes – Homescapes is a match-3 game with story – building off of the main character in Gardenscapes. In Homescapes, players are taken to the mansion of Austin’s parents. The object of the game is to beat match-3 levels to unlock new chapters and items that enable you to spruce up the mansion.
For those who are fans of old RPG games – Postknight might be a game for you. Players play as Postknight – a knight that makes dangerous deliveries through a magical kingdom. It’s a light-hearted adventure game that doesn’t require its players to spend long hours to advance – rather it breaks up its content its snackable sizes.