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A jam submission

Full Curse DinerView game page

Save your restaurant from going under by utilizing "exotic" ingredients.
Submitted by Azebu — 56 minutes, 14 seconds before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Presentation (visuals)#213.8823.882
Cursed (theme)#243.5293.529
Concept (gameplay)#243.5883.588
Overall#243.6673.667

Ranked from 17 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Submitted

Love simulation games, this was very fun to play, amazing concept and great execution

Submitted

Neat idea! if you wanted to take this project further i think theres somethings that could be really improved upon. 

Maybe have pans on-top of the stove to separate 4 diffrent cooking areas. Or maybe you could upgrade over time to add more pans. Its a bit weird being able to cook multiple things at once but having all the objects being placed in the center. 

And maybe being able to push a Key that has a cooking menu to pop up to show you which food combos make the food people want to eat.  

Super fun tho! also what did the green mean? i was a bit confused on that part.

Submitted

Great twist on the concept, I really enjoyed this.

Submitted(+1)

+ I like the spin on the theme
+ Added 3D well (though it would also work in 2D I'm sure)

- No sounds or music
- Bit repetitive

Developer(+1)

Thanks for the feedback! Sound design is definitely my weak point that I need to work on.

Submitted

Kenney has lots of sounds (I used a few in my game), but for other things just a cheap mic and Audacity works well. My "ow" and "zombie" noises are just me, ran through a few filters to adjust pitch and reduce noise etc. Music-wise, I find free music to work fine. I had already bought a music pack in a Humble Bundle, so the sound "design" in my game took no more than half an hour!

Submitted(+1)

I like this kind of game (simulation? rush? food?), so it's already a big plus from me. Good idea on the "cursed ingredients" too. Sailors do curse a lot, don't they? :))

I'm a bit overwhelmed when there are already more than 2 food on the stove. Sometimes I already made a burger, but then made a sushi, and it's difficult to grab the right one (between the sushi/burger).

Burger, sushi, and hotdog are easy enough to guess. But ... what's the ingredients for stew? =))) And kebabs???

Anyway, two thumbs up from me.

Developer

Haha, I totally missed the fact one could start making another dish before serving the previous. 

Some recipes were a bit of a stretch, but in case you missed it, I included a list in the game's description.

Thank you for playing!

Submitted(+1)

Pretty fun! Cooking games are one of my favorites, and managing a restaurant like this is pretty great. Putting food together is also fun!

I have to admit though that for the first 30 seconds I had no idea what to do lol. I know you put the instructions in the description, but maybe next time an tooltip could be placed in-game? So we can check it out anytime

Developer

Thank you! 

I found it so easy to remember the recipes after spending countless hours testing the game, that I had no doubt players would have no trouble smashing things together with at most five minutes of experience! Well, I'll keep that in mind for next time.

Submitted(+1)

This was great! I loved it! Great idea and great execution!

Developer

Thank you!

Submitted(+1)

Really well done, it perfectly uses the theme to put an original twist on an old genre, and it looks good too. I think the money don't really feel important to the gameplay, so there's nothing that pushes players to get more of them, but it kept me engaged anyway because I didn't want customers to leave

Developer

Thanks! I did wish to do something with the money, but the only idea for upgrades was a Swear Jar to gain that extra money from clients, thus it stayed as simply a way to track score, and I also ramp up the difficulty based on it.