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Posted by on Oct 29, 2019 in Games, Mobile games |

5 best cooking games

5 best cooking games

Cooking is one of the finest arts no matter it is supposed to cater to a person’s individual taste or a group of culinary experts. You probably love cooking for your love ones but what if you want to experience the feel of cooking at a professional level. Well, you could just try cooking games which are designed to give the customers exactly what they want. The joy of killing some time, and precious knowledge on the art of cooking.

In this article, we will introduce a list of best cooking games. 

World Chef

World Chef is one of the most popular cooking games which allow you to try cooking recipes from about 20 nationalities all over the world. You must give the best shot in running your own restaurant including managing servers, chefs, and welcoming VIP guests to your restaurant. Players must attempt to stay profit in a competitive environment by making attractive decorations, speeding up the service offer and ensuring VIP customers keep coming. If you got all these points covered, you will definitely win big in World Chef.

Restaurant Dash: Gordon Ramsay

You probably know about the eccentric and easily irritable chef Gordon Ramsay and his series of TV reality shows – Master Chef. But, do you know that he had his own game.

Actually, he does. The game names Restaurant Dash which is made by Glu, a popular developer in the mobile gaming segment. Restaurant Dash revolves around a busy restaurant, in which you will build restaurants, and eventually expand your empire all over the world. You must win dedicated boss battles within the game featuring Gordon Ramsay, which is designed to test your in-game skill. One of the interesting points of the game is the customization of the character and avatar. There used to be several “Dash” based games, but this personalized avatar is a first for this particular game by the developers. 

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Posted by on Oct 23, 2019 in Games, Technology |

Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is out in October 2019

Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is out in October 2019

Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is launched partially in Oct 2019. It is the latest chapter in the game series featuring the eternal conflict between the relentless zombies and the relentlessly upbeat armies of plants. After the initial rollout, new modes and features would be added over a six-week time to reach the full release by the end of Oct. 

The full release of PvZ contains six online multiplayer modes, including 20 customizable character classes such as the Snapdragon spits fire to defeat zombies while on the other team the Action Hero brings few words and thoughts but more of the action.

New plant characters are developed including mysterious Night Cap, fiery Snapdragon, and team players Oak and Acorn, in addition to the original favorites, like Peashooter, Sunflower, etc. On the zombie side, players must deal with classic fun-dead characters and new brain biters such as Electric Slide, or team player Space Cadet. With this wildest customizations, players can add upgrades, and put stamp on success with custom Victory Slabs for every vanquish. 

The new version features three separate free-roam areas namely Neighborville Town Center, Mount Steep, and Weirding Woods as well as a new social area called Giddy Park. Each of them has ridiculous quests, vibrant cosmetics and a familiar cast of characters. The social area has a target range, amusement park rides, and light multiplayer battles. Last but not least, there will be transformative monthly events with unique challenges and unlockable cosmetics, beginning with the Lawn of Doom Festival.

The defending team of plants looks all cute, especially the previous shooter in the series, Garden Warfare which is undeniably more mainstream than tower defense.

You know you love it, admit it. Don’t wait any longer. Just go and get one of your own and enjoy the battles. You would help free the land from those zombies

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Posted by on Oct 4, 2019 in Games |

NieR: Automata – Explaining the plot and the mysteries

NieR: Automata – Explaining the plot and the mysteries

Have you finished NieR: Automata and thought that the hot Android 2B was the only protagonist? That means you have just finished the first end of the game. You’ve played NieR: Automata twice, and know that 9S is also a playable character. Ie NieR: Automata has 2 main characters and 2 endings?

Possessing 5 such endings, NieR: Automata of course has a complex storyline with countless mysteries. Let Gamehub delve into the study to have a general overview of this cult game.

First, you must know that the person behind the NieR: Automata project is Yoko Taro, an eccentric game maker who is also the father of the Drakengard and NieR series. The interesting point is, all three of these games have a close connection, which we will slowly explore in the following sections.

Kết quả hình ảnh cho NieR

The end of NieR is unclear, but according to NieR’s narrative: Automata, humans have to escape to the moon because an alien species was chased from Earth. That is, we can think of Project Gestalt as “successful”. NieR’s story.

Automata begins with YoRHa, an Android organization founded by humans to reclaim the Earth from the robots created by the alien species. In fact, on Earth, there are still other Androids fighting against the invaders, while YoRHa is an elite force built to support ground forces.

Players will start as 2B, a beautiful but cool Android female. 2B and other Android-type Type Bs are sent to Earth to destroy a giant robot in an abandoned factory. However, all 2B’s teammates were shot down, and only she landed safely. There, she met 9S, an Android with the ability to explore in the form of a young boy.

The 9S said that they will try their best to support 2B in their mission. With the new teammate, 2B defeated the giant robot, with the trade off being both serious wounds. Now, because there is not enough time, 9S has uploaded 2B’s memories to the data bank, so that she can “revive” if accidentally destroyed, and ignore herself. Afterwards, the two decided to destroy themselves to destroy the other recently appeared Goliath robots.

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Posted by on Sep 23, 2019 in Computer Applications, Games, Gaming guide |

Tips for year 1 in Standew Valley (part 2)

Tips for year 1 in Standew Valley (part 2)

Your shipping box is a great asset

Although you can sell your crops, and other collected things to the shops in town, another option is to put them in the shipping box right next to your house. Overnight, the stuff will be bought by some mysterious souls. This will save you plenty of time on the next day to do other things rather than wandering between different stores to sell them. 

Upgrade your bag as soon as you can

You might reluctant to spend all your hard earned cash on a little bag but seriously, you would find it extremely helpful. With a new bag, your personal inventory slots is increased from 12 to 24, which is perfect for storing all those things that you collect and want to sell. It might feel like a lot of cash to spend at the start, but in comparison to the time you save, it is more than worthy.

The Community Centre is key to true progression

You’ll want to put a primary focus on the Community Centre as you play Stardew Valley. Although you can’t directly make lots of money, but it is crucial to unlock the full potential to earn more and to win in the world of Stardew. Several major features are locked until you complete one of the Community Centre’s six sections such as bridge repair options, bus repairs and so on.

Tending your Stardew Valley farm and nurturing it to blossom is quite stressful, but a lot of fun. It would be even more great as now you can play it on your iPad and iPhone. All you need to do is downloading it from the App Store.
The mobile version has been created by The Secret Police, in partnership with ConcernedApe, and publisher Chucklefish, to offer the same authentic feel as the PC and console versions. You’ll also be pleased to know that there are no in-app purchases.

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Posted by on Sep 16, 2019 in Games, Gaming guide, Technology |

Tips for Year One in Stardew Valley (part 1)

Tips for Year One in Stardew Valley (part 1)

You can not only making money in Stardew Valley, you can also make your farm whatever you want it to be. It’s up to you to make it become arable paradise, animal haven, or a combination of the two. As for you, you could choose to either become a professional miner or fisherman. 

We recommend you to try out a little bit of everything in Year One, and here’s how to make the most out of it. 

Don’t cry over lost onions

Stardew Valley has a lot of free things that you can forage just by walking around the town and its surroundings such as leeks, horseradishes, dandelions and daffodils growing the wild. Dandelions and leeks can restore energy and health when eaten as mining snacks, while daffodils can be sold for 30g a piece and wild horseradishes are worth 50g each. 
In Spring, remember to go to the south-east corner of the map to find a little farm that spawns spring onions every day. They only sell for 8g, but they’re a fantastic snack that restores energy for you to get items that sell for more. It would well worth the walk.

Always watch TV before bed

Such a normal routine in real life, but it would be extremely helpful for you to turn on the TV and flick through the channels before crawling into bed at the end of every day. You should check out the weather channel to have plan for the next day whether it’s sunny for you to focus on growing crops in the field or it’s going to rain and you’ll be able to plan to go down the mines instead. 
Besides, check out also the Survival and Cooking channels to learn handy tips, the occasional foraging advice, and recipes to increase your health and energy. The fortune teller channel is also worth to watch to find out if your chance of finding more rare items or fish more on the next day.

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Posted by on Sep 9, 2019 in Games, Gaming guide |

Useful tips for Stardew Valley – How to make money quick (part 3)

Useful tips for Stardew Valley – How to make money quick (part 3)

Mine the mines

You’ll get a letter on the fifth day of Spring in your first year, which tells you that all the stones blocking your access to the mines between the Northeast of the Carpenter’s Shop and the West of the Adventurer’s Guild have been magically removed. Thus, get ready for some gold mining time that can earn you serious cash – and literal gold in 120 unique levels of the mine.
Remember that the deeper you get down, the better stuff you’ll get. You will need to bring your hoe to dig and your pickaxe to smash rocks as well as some snacks to remain healthy.

Fishing

At the very beginning of the game you’ll be given a fishing rod by Willy and you’ll want to spent time into it as it is a very lucrative hobby. The only problem is that it can be quite hard to master at first, but when you do it really pay off. To get started, head to the water and equip your rod, then hold down the action button and don’t let go until your cursor hits the top of the meter. By that, you’ll have a better chance of catching a higher value fish which of course, depending on where your line lands. Now all you need to do is wait for a fish to bite and quickly tap the action button. 
It would be tricky though because you’ll have to hold the action button long enough to keep your green border around the fish for the catch bar to fill up completely. If your bar depletes, the fish will escape. One small tip for you is looking for bubbling spots in the water as fish tend to bite more quickly there and be of higher value. Fishing can also be a brilliant way to earn some gold fast..

As soon as you reach fishing level two, you can buy the fibreglass rod from Willy which allows you to add bait to your line. When you reach fishing level three, remember to buy crab pots.

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