Wow thanks so much for this. It's super helpful to just be able to watch how people play the game.
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Yeah I missed the itch deadline on accident but I think they are taking care of it for me. Thanks for the feedback! I agree with you about the levels, some more reaction based mechanics would be great for this game. I just started to run out of time. Thanks for playing! Maybe I will make a post jam version at some point.
Two player co-op is coming soon, hopefully in the next week. We're you playing the endless mode or the challenges? Either way, thanks for your candid feed back. It's surprisingly hard to get that some times.
I love this. There are so many great, smaller games that don't get the attention they deserve. Itch is great at showcasing these. Itch allowed me to get my cooking game in front of a few hundred people and has really given me the motivation to continue working on it. In short, this place is the best. Here is what I've been spending my time on:
This game started as my Ludum Dare 42 entry and after getting some positive feedback I decided to make it a full game. Working on it for 6 months has taught me so much about game dev that I didn't know. I'm currently in the process of adding couch co-op to the game and hope to have an update that includes that in the next week.
The thought behind it, is that you get to pick what kind of food your restaurant sells. The more unique items you are capable of making, the more customers well spend on your food, allowing you to complete challenges faster. It's a balancing act though, because the more recipes customers can order, the harder the game gets. I have really enjoyed making it and I hope you enjoy playing it.
PS: you can keep up with development here: https://twitter.com/GhostGoats
Frank's Kitchen is a continuation of my Ludum Dare 42 entry. My intention is to make a game where you get to decide what types of food your restaurant sells and how it is laid out. You gain more money the more unique recipes you are capable of making. So there is a balancing act to getting as many different types of food as possible without overwhelming yourself.
Anyone that can play the game and give me any feedback at all would be deeply appreciated.