For Mac users who happen to be fans of shopping and cooking hobbies, Mac prepares new challenges. Created two light-weight games that were able to challenge you to play guess the price and compete to cook a variety of recipes owned by reliable chef Gordon Ramsay.
Macgamestore.com and Ludia have released two new casual games for Mac users. The games, The Price is Right and Hell's Kitchen, are based on television content. Currently, the price tags of the two games are set at 19.95 dollars or around 250 thousand rupiah.
The Price Is Right is based on a television game. It contained, the players were given the opportunity to try to guess the correct price. This game is quite successful like the similar challenge games namely Plinko, Cliff Hangers and Punch-a-Bunch. Besides being able to be played in groups of up to a maximum of four people, other interesting facilities in games such as energetic music, voice announcers, and various sound games.
The winners are those who have collected the most credit collected in the private trophy box. Meanwhile, Hell's Kitchen was inspired based on a reality show featuring the famous chef star, Gordon Ramsay. You feel for yourself, how this game will warm the atmosphere and very exciting. Specifically, when you enter the kitchen tent, make preparations, then serve food. He exclaimed, each of your dishes will be immediately scored by the Ramsay. To make it look "more alive", Games featuring Ramsay in 3D format.
Yes, remember he was the one who gave the numbers and comments for each of your performances as a chef. And don't forget, Ramsay will also make a score for you. There are 35 recipes for Gordon Ramsay concoction that are derived from the original TV show.
This recipe can be downloaded to help make it easier for you to play this game. Mac said the recipe "leak" can be printed and tried at home. The need to play both games can be done on several types of Macbooks, such as Mac OS X 10.4.11 or Mac PowerBook G4 and several other types. (PCWorld)
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