Fast Food Manager
|a game by||Cyber Eye|
|Editor Rating:||6.5/10, based on 2 reviews|
|User Rating:||9.7/10 - 6 votes|
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|See also:||Simulator Games, Food Games|
Have you ever wanted to don an apron and become the world’s greatest restaurant owner? In Fast Food Manager, you can do just that. This beautifully designed world allows an immersive experience that lets you sell anything from coffee to French fries, growing your business from scratch.
Build Up From Scratch
The game starts you out living in a tent. Everything you do must build from there. You need to keep close tabs on your inventory, sell product, and expand your business to get to the top. Once you’ve earned enough money, you can buy additional businesses, and take your game all the way to the top.
In this way, it is a great deal like other games such as Road Diner Simulator, but exclusively focuses on fast food. You have the opportunity to select what your focus is, from coffee stand to hotdogs, and grow your empire to include a chain of yummy fast food.
The financial aspects of this game are fairly realistic compared to other sims, and really make you work to win those tight margins. This is one of the better aspects of the game, and should be a more involved part of it.
Lots of Bugs
There are quite a few issues with this game that can make play annoying, if not difficult. One of the biggest issues is that there are only 8 or so skins for the different customers. Inevitably, two identical people will arrive at you shop, but order different products.
You have a 50/50 shot of delivering the right food to the right person. If you give the wrong food to the wrong person, your item disappears, and you get nothing for it. This can be especially frustrating if you’re just starting out and have tight margins.
This is compounded by the condiment bottles being different colors from the ones showing up when the customer makes a request. If you put the wrong condiment on their food, the food gets thrown away. This is very aggravating. Placement issues are also a common issue, with important pieces to various parts of your business sometimes being unable to be placed, even if they should.
The game also seems to really lack in animations. No one can be seen eating in the game, and the customers never make a mess. Even the tables are left completely spotless and crumb free when they get up. The lack of mess is particularly at odds with the game because the tutorial is actually about cleaning up messes. Why make a tutorial that explains how to do something that’s actually not available in game?
This isn’t a terrible game, but it needs a lot more refinement before it can be good. If the tutorial was changed to explain gameplay instead of simply being some sort of pre-mini-game, animations are added, and the bugs are fixed, this game would be solid.
As of right now, this game may be frustrating to players due to the many, many bugs.
- Realistic financial aspects of the game
- Okay graphics
- Extremely buggy
Download Fast Food Manager
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
Fast Food Manager is a cooking simulation that is better not to play if you are trying to lose weight. And you don't just work as a chef, you also develop your business. Travel around in search of new customers on a small food truck, add new instant dishes to the menu, improve service, open new food outlets and compete with world-renowned organizations like KFC and Burger King.
A burger and coffee empire in loafers
Your job is to grow your business, hire workers, monitor product quality, pay wages, and impose fines. Even the tone of communication with customers matters - if you are rude to them, it is unlikely that your cafe will be popular.
- Casual gameplay
- Several development options
- Standard restaurant management simulator - the developers from Cyber Eye did not bring anything new to the gameplay.