Stand O' Food City: Virtual Frenzy
Game that features entree building for impatient restaurant customers
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- Category General
- Program license Free
- Works under: Windows 10 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 8
- Program available in English
- Program by G5 Games
Race against the clock whilst strategically building.
In this game, there are two objectives: making fast food for people and building a city. Your job is to build a food empire using clever food-frenzy cooking whilst strategically building things around you.
Play The Game With Food Specialties
Ronnie, Nikki, and Clarence are trying to develop a perfect restaurant, however, the evil Mr. Torg who keeps trying to destroy all that they build. As you play, you may build as many as seven different types of cafe that each have their own specialties. For example, they may have lasagne, fish, salad, chicken burgers beef, breakfasts, and cakes. You can use up to 600 recipes in order to build and grow your restaurant.
Maximize Your Profits
Hungry customers will enter your restaurant very frequently, and it is your job to keep them happy so that they leave and return the next day. Maximize profits as much as you can without damaging the customer experience.
Build homes and businesses around you in order to get more customers. Expand the neighbourhood and the buildings around you, and more people will become available to eat at your restaurant. You cannot build as much as you may have hoped, but this isn’t a Sim City game, so you have to take what you are given.
You are able to build farms, homes and factories and you may decorate your city with drinking fountains, ice cream trucks and flowerbeds. You get more achievements and rewards as you progress in the game, but the game makes the process very slow. It is made slow because they want you to start making in-app purchases so that you may speed up the game.
Very Quick Gameplay
The customers come in at a very fast pace, which makes the game difficult, whereas on the other hand, the game premise and mechanic is very easy. The difficult part is the frenzy part, where customers are running in so quickly that it is almost impossible for a human player to be able to serve them all and make them all happy.
- More complex and in-depth than it first appears
- Gameplay is a little more varied than expected
- Plenty of recipes you can try
- Strategic thinking is needed
- It would have been nice if they had pushed the limits a little more
- Customers come in too quickly
- Pay to quicken up the game
- Farms harvest too slowly