In Cooking Mama 2: Dinner with Friends you'll get another heaping plateful of delicious delights, plenty of new recipes, kitchen customization, an excellent new play mode, and more. It improves slightly on the original design and offers enough new content to entice players to roll up their sleeves, pick up the stylus, and jump back into the.
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|Developer(s)||Cooking Mama Limited|
|Platform(s)||Nintendo Switch, Nintendo DS, Wii, Nintendo 3DS, iOS|
|First release||Cooking Mama|
March 23, 2006
|Latest release||Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop[a]|
May 18, 2017
Cooking Mama[b] is a series of cookerysimulation-styled minigame compilation video games developed by Cooking Mama Limited. Generally, the gameplay revolves around performing different kitchen tasks, through the instructions of 'Mama', to cook various meals. The series so far consists of five main games on Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS, two spin-offs on Wii, two spin offs on DS, and a spin off on 3DS. It also spins off into the Gardening Mama series. The original Cooking Mama Game was also ported to iOS. A sixth main series game, Cooking Mama: Cookstar, was briefly released on the Nintendo Switch eShop on March 31, 2020, but was taken down hours later due to legal issues. Whether the game will be properly released or not is currently unknown.
Gameplay involves the player following the instructions of the titular 'Mama' to cook various meals. This is performed by using the device's controller, typically the touch screen, to perform various kitchen tasks such as chopping vegetables, slicing meat, flipping food in pans, and arranging the final items onto a plate. Each of these tasks is accomplished by completing a minigame which usually lasts less than 10 seconds. The series' gameplay structure consists of the player progressing through a series of short minigames.
Each minigame represents a different activity in the meal preparation, such as mixing, frying, or chopping the provided ingredients. The minigame mechanics themselves range from quickly drawing parallel lines in order to chop items, to a rhythm game where ingredients are added to a skillet or the heat is adjusted at precisely the right time. If the player makes a serious blunder or time expires without sufficient progress being made, that step in the cooking process is considered a failure. When this happens, a graphic of an angry 'Mama' with flames erupting from her eyes is displayed, along with the caption 'Don't worry, Mama will fix it!'.
Completing a dish can require playing one minigame, or as many as a dozen. The player's performance is rated when each dish is finished, based on the average result of each minigame. Depending on the final score, the game may award the player a bronze, silver or gold medal. The highest medal earned for each dish is recorded and displayed next to each item on the selection screen.
|2007||Cooking Mama: Cook Off|
|Cooking Mama 2: Dinner with Friends|
|2008||Cooking Mama: World Kitchen|
|Cooking Mama 3: Shop & Chop|
|Cooking Mama 4: Kitchen Magic|
|2013||Gardening Mama 2: Forest Friends|
|2014||Cooking Mama 5: Bon Appétit!|
|2017||Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop|
|2020||Cooking Mama: Cookstar|
Cooking Mama is the first game in the franchise. It was first released for the Nintendo DS in March 2006, and later ported to iOS as Cooking Mama: Let’s Cook! in 2009.
Cooking Mama: Cook Off, a spin off made for Wii, was released for the Wii in Japan on February 8, 2007, replacing the original's touchscreen control with use of the Wii Remote to guide the cooking activities. It was later released in North America on March 20, 2007 and on May 11, 2007 in Europe.
Development will be better and faster for 64 bit users end of story, that's the advantage. That benefits Ableton and it's customers, not an either/or.4Gb is more or less what you generally need to run a modern OS nowadays without performance degradation, so if you aren't running at least an 8Gb system you're pretty much kicking yourself up the ass, esp if you are using plugins. Alternatively like I say just never upgrade. Native auto tune bad id channel. Or just run Windows For Workgroups on MS DOS perhaps that will be fine.Not sure what you mean by 'sound sources', plugins are pretty resource hungry nowadays, and if you are running 32bit plugins within 64 bit applications (sandboxed) they are even more resource hungry (and less stable).As I said 32 bit Live does not exist after version 10, forget stability I would call that the end of the road, expect other DAWs to follow.
Cooking Mama 2: Dinner with Friends, the second Nintendo DS game in the series, was first released in November 2007. Along with new recipes, this title expands the total number of different minigames and adds several new gameplay modes.
Cooking Mama: World Kitchen for the Wii was released on November 18, 2008, and was the second Wii spin off title.
Gardening Mama is a spin off released for Nintendo DS on March 19, 2009 that focuses on fruits and vegetables.
Cooking Mama 3: Shop & Chop, the third Nintendo DS game in the series, had a hands-on demo available at E3 2009, and was first released in October 2009.
Crafting Mama is a spin off released for Nintendo DS on October 26, 2010 that focuses on crafting.
Babysitting Mama is a spin off released for Nintendo Wii on November 5, 2010 that focuses on babysitting.
Camping Mama: Outdoor Adventures, commonly known as just Camping Mama, is a spin off released for DS in 2011 that focuses on camping.
Cooking Mama 4: Kitchen Magic, the fourth main entry in the series and the first entry to be published on the Nintendo 3DS, was first released in November 2011.
Gardening Mama 2: Forest Friends released for Nintendo 3DS on September 26, 2013, and is a sequel to the spin off title Gardening Mama.
Cooking Mama 5: Bon Appétit!, the fifth main entry in the series and the second entry to be published on the Nintendo 3DS, was first released in September 2014.
Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop is a spin off title released for Nintendo 3DS on May 18, 2017. The game focuses on baking sweet treats and managing a sweet shop to attract and satisfy customers.
Main article: Cooking Mama: Cookstar
Cooking Mama: Cookstar is the sixth main installment in the Cooking Mama series. The game was briefly released on the Nintendo Switch eShop on March 31st, 2020, but was taken down just a few hours later due to legal issues between the publisher, Planet Entertainment, and the owner of the Cooking Mama IP, Office Create. The fact that the game released without a public announcement or press statement and was taken down so quickly has led to much speculation about the game’s development and if the game will ever be properly released. A PlayStation 4 version was also announced with the game’s initial announcement in August 2019, but hasn’t released or been advertised by Planet Entertainment since. If the game does release on PS4, it would be the first Cooking Mama game released on a platform that isn’t Nintendo or mobile.
|Dinner with Friends||70/100||71%|
|Shop & Chop||65/100||68%|