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Imagine: Happy Cooking

Released on 14 September 2007

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

(14 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

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Lisa, a little girl, is having a hard time trying to cook dinner before her father comes back home. Hopefully, an unexpected angel from the Moon will make her meet a famous chef who will help her. The player takes the role of Lisa and is guided through all the steps to prepare delicious meals.

Over 50 Real Dishes to Prepare, Cook, and Serve: The recipes include international flavors (Japanese, Asian, Nepal, European, American...) and even sweets.

Specific Use of the DS Features: Kneading, chopping, frying, and many other actions can be realised with the stylus.

    A Light-Hearted Story Mode: The story features a little girl and is designed for kids.

      A Unique Kitchen Customisation Feature: The player can freely decorate the kitchen.

      customer Reviews

       Average rating (14 reviews)

       Oh my word, this warrants no stars.

      | | See all exoneuk's reviews (19)

      Top 100 Games Reviewer

      Pity Cooking Mama. When they tell you imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, you should be proud that someone would want to imitate you.

      Pity Cooking Mama. Happy Cooking is the poorest imitation you could possibly think of. It's so chronically bad, it makes piles seem comfortable. It's so dreadful, it wants you want to poke your own eyes out. It's so banal and derivative, it makes... you get the idea. It's abysmal.

      There is nothing specific you can draw your criticism to. It's just poor to start with. As a carbon copy of Cooking Mama, you think they'd get a few things right, but to be perfectly honest... they just haven't. The mini-games are dull, the graphics are unrefined and the basic notion of fun is all but gone.

      Pity Cooking Mama. It has to sat in the same genre as this. It's got to sit helplessly on the shelf next to it.

      Pity Cooking Mama. Sponsor a copy today.

       Happy cooking

      | | See all velmaD's reviews (50)

      This is sort of like cooking mama the only down fall is theres alot of reading which i found quite boring. Its also a story mode game so again like i said alot of reading.

       Good Game But Over Quickly.

      | | See all devontonka's reviews (26)

      I've Given This Game Four Stars Because It Was Actually Really Quite Fun Even Though It Is Finished Quite Quickly And There Is A Lot Of Reading In It Which A Lot Of It Was Quite Pointless. The Best Part Was Garnishing The Meals Where You Get To Choose The Little Extras That Will Make Your Meal Better. Quite A Good Game But I Would Only Recommend It If You Don't Play It Too Often Because I Completed It In Three Days.

       rubbish

      | | See all rozzaer's reviews (5)

      it's all right at the start but i think the story is rubbish and you can complete the game in two days.
      Take my advise DON'T GET THIS GAME!
      You should get cooking mama 2 instead.

       OK

      | | See all thellews's reviews (6)

      This game is interesting but if your looking for a more exciting game you should take a look at cooking mama!

      Rating3+ (PEGI)