A full-featured cooking sim coming soon.
Zoo Games announced today that it will publish Order Up! for the Nintendo Wii this July. Order Up!, developed by SuperVillain Studios, is a cooking and restaurant management sim. Zoo Games promises the full experience, from learning various dishes to dealing with health inspectors and more.
You'll find more in the press release below:
New York, NY, April 23, 2008 – Gamers prepare to feast as Zoo Games today announced Order Up!. Developed by SuperVillain Studios, LLC., Order Up! is a full-featured cooking and restaurant management video game that promises players a much richer and more entertaining experience by expanding beyond basic slice and dice gameplay.
“The emerging cooking genre has significant potential beyond the simple, linear gameplay offered by other games on the market,” said Lee Cummings, Creative Director. “Order Up! Gives players the ability to not only prepare and cook a meal, but to do so while juggling other orders, handing off tasks to assistant chefs, working inside restaurants you can improve, and serving the food to customers with distinct personalities and tastes in food. The frantic pace, the use of the unique Wii Remote™, and much, much more, makes Order Up! the ultimate cooking sim.”
As a promising new chef on the island of Port Abello, players of Order Up! get to build their own culinary legacy and restaurant empire from the ground up. Rising from humble beginnings as a grill cook in a fast food restaurant, the player comes to grips with dozens of different ingredients and many different cuisines, from classic American Diner food, to Mexican and Italian dishes. During this journey, players will deal with the headaches and hazards of running a working restaurant kitchen, picky patrons, quirky assistant chefs, food critics and health inspectors. Order Up! is a deep, fast paced game, full of personality, which promises to push the cooking genre to its limits.
Order Up! is expected to release July 22, 2008 for a suggested retail price of $39.99.
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