Fast Food Panic and Sushi Go Round are a little bit Cooking Mama, and a little bit Diner Dash rolled in to one. The object of both games is to keep your patrons happy by cooking up the right dishes for them in a timely manner. The game is geared towards kids and tweens but has the kind of addictive gameplay that even adults will enjoy. In Fast Food Panic the goal is to make your restaurant the best in the country, but you’ll have to handle the heat, Hell’s Kitchen style.
Players are determined to have their restaurant become known as the best in the country. In order to achieve that recognition, they will have to handle an increasing amount of pressure and manage a growing list of priorities, from greeting and quickly serving customers, to making the best food possible, to keeping dining tables clean and making deliveries. The game features a wide variety of food to prepare, and also offers numerous bonus games to add to the fun and variety.
Sushi Go Round is based on the Miniclip title, and this new version has been designed for the DSi in particular and it really takes advantage of the DSi’s camera. Players can take photos of themselves, their friends, or even their pets and place them on the heads of the bodies of their restaurant patrons.
Sushi Go Round puts you in charge of a Sushi Restaurant, and it’s your job to turn it into a successful enterprise and keep your customers happy! Your memory and skills will be pushed to their limits as you memorize recipes, prepare meals, order ingredients and expand your business in the hustle and bustle of a busy restaurant.
Fast Food Panic for the Wii and DS will be available in January and Sushi Go Round for DS and Wii will be available in February.