Cooking Trip: New Challenge

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8 Floor Games serves up another heaping helping of restaurant management with Cooking Trip: New Challenge!

Mary and John have happily served their restaurant’s guests with tasty dishes and friendly faces, but things are about to change when Gerald Fitzgerald, the infamous chain restaurant owner, approaches them with an offer to buy their restaurant! But our heroes aren’t for sale, and now they’ll have to prove it, even as scheming restaurant critics put their determination to the test by attempting to run them out of business! Help Mary and John reach the next level as professional chefs and prove that they deserve to own their restaurant in this fast-paced Time Management game!

  • Different restaurants, each with its own cuisine
  • 60 challenging levels of various difficulty
  • Upgrade your characters and restaurants
  • Intuitive time management gameplay
  • For additional features, check out the Collector's Edition

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 850 MB

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Cooking Trip: New Challenge is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Need More TM games like this Old time management games seems to be gone. But this one makes me think about the old ones I used to love playing, it was fun and easy but I did run into a couple of levels that I had trouble trying to beat. I want more TM games like this.
Date published: 2021-05-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not Sure... This is like Katy & Bob...but I find the robot instructions not very clear...as they dont tell you the robot places the food next to the stove & I thot he was handing them to people at 1st.Also the tutorial says the robot takes the drinks to the convertor but I guess he doesnt know his job description well as I always have to take them to the convertor.I am sure I am doing it wrong but the tutroial is not clear on this & no where you can go back & see how it works. The colors also are rather dull & muddy for this type of game. I think the game could be fun if they fixed at least the instructions & made them more clear on the robot.
Date published: 2021-05-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from something to do on a rainy day Storyline is boring. English needs to be reviewed as it was not good and had typos. I liked the restaurant critic - he makes a good challenge. I found the waitress sometimes had food items in her hand that I did not make her pick up. Sometimes the robot was slow (in the earlier levels) so I ignored him but he was helpful the further I progressed. I would have liked to see more upgrades for Mary & John. I like more than 3 restaurant themes and a change of view - i.e. different restaurants instead of using the same one. I liked the bonus levels and the music. The cartoon dialogue boxes were quite exaggerated and did not offer any additional value. They all look like they are screaming and excitable. The story line is very predictable and generic. Not my favorite cooking game but ok and it has a couple of challenging levels, therefore I recommend it but it may not be that entertaining for everyone's taste.
Date published: 2021-05-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A bit boring There are three restaurants in all, America - 20 levels, Asian - 20 levels and Italy - 20 levels. I completed all 60 levels very easily but got bored after the first 10 levels of each restaurant. The upgrades were limited and pretty much done after 10 levels and most of the food additions had come into play by then too. You spend the last 10 levels of each restaurant doing the same routine, with the same old dishes, over and over, quite mindlessly with nothing to keep your interest, or make it exciting in some way. Game play wise, it reminds me of the old 'Cake Mania' games. The graphics and sound effects were good and the food looked delicious, but I was relieved to finish it.
Date published: 2021-05-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Robot Helper? The Robot is useless. It allows food to burn on the stove. There needs to be an option to turn him off. And what's the point of offering four burners to cook but only two warming spots?
Date published: 2021-05-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It has promise, but... I, too, think the robot is just in the way. And if you miss the mystery guy's order the first time, you just have to let him get mad and eventually leave. I like the past versions better.
Date published: 2021-06-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Glitches Levels 19 & 30 My overall rating is based on the Glitches in the game. Levels 19 & 30 ask you to meet a bonus challenge that has more customers than the Game allows. I've played all the games in the Series and you cannot serve more customers than the "Counter" in the upper right corner says the Level has. An update was issued, but it did NOT correct the issue. The "Guide" was worthless. Felt if there was an exception to allow more customers to be served there might be a clue there. Not that I could find. This is where the Forums really came in handy. To see if others were having the same issue or if someone figured out something the rest of us missed. As I purchased this as a Collector's Edition, I am NOT happy about this. Truly, this Developer needs to pay attention to Quality Control and correct these issues. If it weren't for the Bugs, I would have given it a 4 Star rating. Wouldn't have been 5 Stars because: 1. The "food" icons were a tad small 2. A few items were very close in color and not easy to distinguish if one doesn't have perfect vision 3. Finally, the controls needed fine-tuning. The smoothie stations are a perfect example. Take a drink, then click to refill once you have it, as it is a time mgmt game. Sometimes it would refill, sometimes multiple clicks were required. Other times you would collect the beverage beside the one you were trying to select. IF the glitches are corrected, I would revise my review. If corrections aren't made, I may request a refund, as I am one of those who like to get "perfect" on all levels.
Date published: 2021-05-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from WERE'S THE "NEW" CHALLENGE? New Graphics, Same Layout. New Foods (sort of) Same Tasks. New Story, Same Plot. New Achievement Names, Same Achievements. New Bonus Names, Same Bonuses. Basically, this is the same game as the last two in the series...and why do I have to do all the work while John just stands there? I also don't appreciate having to "wait hand and foot" on customers who seem to have an attitude (and alligator arms) The customers get angry quickly on all the diner dash type of games by this developer, why would I want to play a game with angry hotheads, or with people that leave poor tips no matter how quickly they are served? We may as well have a Waitress Attitude option to make it an even playing field, such as a "refusal to serve" or "here's the door, don't let it hitcha in the..." option, that oughta make things more interesting! This is a Point & Click, Time Management game where you serve customers for tips. You simply click the customer to give them a menu when they arrive and then click on the items they order, (pictured items are shown in their thought bubble) and re-click the customer to deliver those food items (exactly as pictured) The good news is that you don't have to drag anybody or anything, an annoying feature some TM games incorporate. When the $ sign appears, you click the customer a final time to accept payment and then scan the cursor over the coins to receive the tips they apparently throw on the ground for you to fetch. (Coins? I don't think a few coins add up to a 20% tip!?!) Each customer has a Green Smiley over their head which turns Yellow, and eventually, Red if the service is too slow because they are hotheads with no respect for servers. Their patience level also directly affects the amount of tip they are willing to leave, with either Gold, Silver, or Bronze Coins. The "Expert" Goal amount is shown before the start of each level, and there are Bonus Goals available (but not required) which are shown at the bottom, such as collecting money from three consecutive customers simultaneously. As you progress, the Menu items increase and become more complex. The tips you earn are used to purchase Upgrades from the Shop, such as more trays or ovens to fry them up a steak in a pan. You can also purchase upgrades to speed up Mary, increase wait time moods, etc. There are 60 Levels and 12 Trophy Achievements to earn. The Collector's Edition Extra's include 10 "who cares about cartoon images" Concept Art Pictures, 5 Music Soundtracks, some Bonus Levels that's kept a secret unless you buy the game, and a Walkthrough Strategy Guide, none of which make the CE version worthwhile so if you really like this series, opt for this SE version! Let's talk, join me at my new forum thewoodsforum.boards.net
Date published: 2021-05-09
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