Available on Mobile & PC – Price: Mobile: Free (ad-supported), PC: $1
Rather ambitiously, John Adams (of Kuneko) is aiming to have twelve mini-games released this year. Kook’s Kitchen is the first of them; it’s a cute little cooking game in which you help a cutely monstrous creature put together recipes with gross ingredients before the octopus in the pot rises up and yanks him in.
It’s all very nicely put together; the general design is lovely, the music – by Kevin Macleod – is great and the theme is appealing; though it’s unlikely to hold the attention of older players for long, it’s a simple, amusingly gross game that younger kids will enjoy – and there’s the added bonus that it’s free. Given how slender the game is in terms of content, the mobile ads can feel a little intrusive – but I do of course understand the need to have them; it’s a free download after all, and the developers do need to find a way to be rewarded for their efforts. Of course, on PC this isn’t an issue (the trade off being that it costs $1, which is more than fair).
It’s a minor quibble in any case. Based on my experience with Kook’s Kitchen, I’m now very much looking forward to seeing what’s next on the menu from Kuneko.
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