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Claire's Cruisin' Café. Collector's Edition

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Developer: Yustas Game Studio
Publisher: Alawar Entertainment
Edition: Collector's
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Languages: English, Русский
Genre: Time Management Games
Franchise: Claire's Cruisin' Café

Alawar and Yustas Game Studio present Claire's Cruisin' Café culinary quest, where you will have to help Claire achieve her dream and become a real chef. To that end Claire and her friends set off on a journey in a food truck, having different adventures on their way. There are new cafes, unknown recipes and the acme of skill to be reached, rivalry and competition of chefs ahead of you. And love as well!

You will have to complete tasks of cooking various dishes and serving guests in colorful locations. The faster you work, the more generous tip you get, which can be spent on upgrading your cafe! In addition, you'll have to reply to blog comments, take pics of your guests, order ingredients (usually drinks) when they’re running out, and even search for a cute ferret.

Packed with lively characters, addictive gameplay and tons of bonus materials, Claire's Cruisin' Cafe will satisfying your craving for fun even as it leaves you hungry for more!

  • Over 50 well-designed levels
  • 3 difficulty modes, 5 heroes and 20 rewards
  • Only this Collector’s Edition offers you extra levels, character descriptions, and other downloadable content!

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OS: Windows 7 or later
Processor: 1.5 GHz or better
Memory: 2 Gb RAM
Graphics: GPU with at least 512 Mb of VRAM
DirectX: Version 9.0 or later
Storage: 400 Mb available space
Interface Language: English
File Size: ~97 Mb
Collector's Edition

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#14 Dorris Гости
The key to the game "Claire's Cruisin' Café. Collector's Edition" (this is one multi-line key, copy the whole)

#13 Midnight Blue Гости
Not really a game I would play long term not really enjoy cooking games. Won’t play anymore.
#12 Steph Гости
I really hope they consider making this available for iPads
#11 Bill Salvato Гости
I am having a problem opening the packs of cans once I use all the single cans. I have a Mac High Sierra operating system. I click on Claire when she is in front of the package of cans, but it doesn't separate to give single cans.
#10 Benitowaisa Посетители
You overhear talk between the owner of The Sneaky Fox restaurant, and its head Chef. The Chef is going to leave the Sneaky Fox and that there’s a perfect replacement right under they’re very nose. Thinking that this must mean you, you’re full of joy and happiness at the prospects of running the kitchen as head Chef. However, later on you discover that the owner has hired another Chef, totally overlooking you leaving you a bit down in the dumps.

Although, Frank (your brother, a talented photographer) says that your talents are being wasted at The Sneaky Fox. You’ll never invent new recipes or write a book, it’s now or never to take a leap of faith and follow your dreams, quit working for someone else and become your own boss. It’s going to take some hard work and you need to earn enough money so that you can buy a food truck. Frank has a friend who has an outside café, it’s not the fanciest café by any means. The menu might not be what you’re used to cooking but you’ll get a cut of the revenue.

You will have to enter a name upon starting a new game, followed by selecting the games difficulty. There are three difficulties to choose from, Easy, a relaxing experience, Normal, this offers a balanced game and Hard, here you’ll need to be quick and play smart in order to earn enough pennies. The higher the difficulty the more money you will need to earn before you beat a level. You can change mode at any point in the game and your progress in each difficulty is saved separately. If you are unsure on how to play the game you can visit Gameplay on the main menu screen. Here it will explain how the game is played, everything is pretty straight forward though so you shouldn’t have any problems.

Starting your first day working at the outside café, will have you making and serving some basic foods and drinks. Currently on the first level you have Burgers, Donuts and Coffee, once you open the café people will start to wander in and sit down, read the menu and then order what they want. What they want is indicated above the characters, you if you see a Burger, they you must serve them a Burger. They might order two or three items of your menu at once, so they may want a burger, coffee and donut. You can serve these items individually, however, serving all three at the same time will give you better tips and likes.

Foods like Burgers need to be prepared, early on you just need to click on the burger and bun then add the top half of the bun. This will then appear on the table bottom of the screen, items here are ready for serving to the customers. Once you have the items a customer wants you need to click on that customer you will then serve the customer. Once they have finished eating, they will pay for their meal, you will have to click on them again and collect their money, after which the customers will move on and new customers will fill the void left.

The food menu will get more and more complex, you’ll start making, cheese burgers, fish, kebabs, steaks, pizzas with sides along with all kinds of drinks and desserts as you progress through the levels. You will get some help from Frank and other characters as you try to keep on top of things although sometimes, you’re left on your own to cook, serve and even clean up all on your own. You will also have to put up with more and more customers, some of which are there to write about their experience.

Make the experience a memorable one for the customer, this will mean getting their order ready, quickly serving and collecting the money from them. Doing this will give allow you to earn more Money, bigger Tips and Likes. On each Level you have the chance of gaining One to Three stars depending on how much money you have earned. How much you have earned and how many stars you currently are going for on any level is indicated in the top left corner of the screen. There is also a timer which details how much time is left before the shop closes for the day once you’ve opened the doors. Besides the Star indicator is a large Heart, this will fill up when you get Likes for giving a prompt service. Before starting the next level if you have enough cash you can spruce up the place with any cash you have earned. You can upgrade the seating, cooker, coffee machines etcetera to make the place more appetising to the customer.

There are Sixty-Six Levels in total, Levels One to Ten take place in the Outside Café, then every Ten Levels you visit a new location to tout your wares. There are some A and B bonus levels to play, you can unlock the A’s as you complete certain levels. The A’s bonus levels are to find the Matched Pair of Face Down Cards, I’m unsure of what the B’s bonus levels are, as you need to unlock Level Sixty first and I’m not write there just yet.

Rewards on the main menu contain any unlocked achievements you may have earned. In Bonus on the main menu screen, you will find Heroes, information on the characters within the game. Wallpapers and Music bonuses can also be found in Bonus and you’ll unlock new wallpapers and music as you proceed through the game.

In the options there’s settings for Sound and Music Volume Sliders, Full Screen and Show Hints and that’s your lot.

So, far I’ve enjoyed playing the game, it’s easy enough to play and can be challenging also. It looks and sounds great and I haven’t had any problems with the game thus far.

? Positives
+ Enjoyable game for all
+ Looks and sounds good
+ Multiple difficulty modes
+ Has achievements

? Negatives
- No

I’ve never spent so much time sloggin’ me guts out over a hot stove and not burn anything, if only my real-life cooking was the same as Claire’s Cruisin’ Cafe ? 7/10
#9 lilly Гости
Claire's Cruisin' Cafe is a casual time management game with a cooking theme. You take orders from your customers, use different machines to prepare the dishes, serve them and bill them after they’re done eating. It’s not a revolutionary idea, it’s actually been done many times before and also in several other variants (fashion design, hospital care, veterinary ward, murder investigation etc), but it’s the kind of game that I would prioritize playing above almost any other.

One thing that bothered me a bit in Claire's Cruisin' Cafe was the fact that the particular details of the food were sometimes very difficult to distinguish. Between pizzas with shrimp and pizzas with mushrooms there wasn’t a big visual difference, so I ended up mixing them up a lot. Preparing burgers with a tomato slice or without one was also confusing, since the tomato is displayed as a very thin red line, almost indistinguishable. Same for ham sandwiches. Ice creams had to be prepared with topping, but the topping was so big that it covered the whole ice cream bullet, making it very difficult to see if the customer wanted a strawberry ice cream, a vanilla or a chocolate one.

Another thing that confused me until the end was the store upgrades. Every completed level rewards you with a certain sum of money (regardless of how much you actually earned on that level or how well you played) that you can use for buying upgrades in your restaurant. However, there are no descriptions about what they do and eventually I concluded that these have a cosmetic purpose only, unlike in other games where upgrading your machines makes your gameplay easier (faster cook & refill time, more cups filled at once etc.). I don’t even know if internally they have an effect on the customers (perhaps increasing the patience / waiting time) - there is no information about that.

Claire's Cruisin' Cafe offers three difficulty types, and while I usually play these games on “Normal”, Claire's Cruisin' Cafe’s “Normal” felt more like “Expert” to me because of how many things one has to handle at once, so after a few levels I gave up and switched to “Easy”. Surprise, surprise, my progress was reset and I had to start from the first level again! In a game in which the total score doesn’t count at all (the amount of money you earn is not listed in any leaderboards or used in any other way), I don’t really see why you wouldn’t be allowed to switch the difficulty for each level. I eventually played on “Easy” until the end, and some of these levels seemed a bit “too easy”, while others had to be repeated several times, just like it would happen if you played on “Normal”.

Is Claire's Cruisin' Cafe a bad game? Definitely not, but it’s also not as good as a GameHouse games. It has some annoyances in terms of visuals and an average / shallow story but if you can get past these it can prove to be as enjoyable as any other GameHouse game. It has a similar level structure, very nice graphics, compelling gameplay with some innovative elements.
#8 BerryNGames Гости
I was hesitant at first because it give me a Delicious Emily clone type vibe. However after playing it, it does had its own charm. The graphics is really pretty, I love it very much. Gameplay is good, I like the two person serving together feature, it still need some work but good still. However, there is some part that I feel like too bland, the cutscene at every level, the story is still decent but the way it present is boring, it just give speech bubble to tell the story without animation, it feel boring after few level. Most of challenge is repetitive and not challenging enough. Overall I still like the game, it's a beautiful game. I looking forward to the sequel with more improvement.
#7 KnuffybaerGER Посетители
Claire's Cruisin 'Cafe is a simulation / time management game developed by Yustas Games Studio.

Gameplay / Story
Your brother and Claire have a great idea together to start their own restaurant. Your role is to play Claire, an aspiring super cook, and serve your customers a variety of haute cuisine from your souped-up food truck. As you help Claire and her crew keep up with the demand, you'll complete tasks that range from preparing dishes to taking photos of happy guests. The faster you work and the happier your customers are, the bigger your tip.

Between each fast-paced level, spend your earnings on upgrades for your restaurants and follow a humorous story of Claire's mishaps with a big-headed competitor and the identity of a mysterious food critic.
For the successes you have to get 3 stars and the golden heart in each level. The 3 stars are easy, especially when you are playing on the easiest difficulty level. The golden heart is rewarded for various tasks at each level.

+ Addicting gameplay
+ Solid graphics and sound
+ Lively characters
+ Many levels that offer a good number of hours of gameplay
+ Same, easy-to-understand game mechanics as in other games
+ Achievements

- Level design repeats itself over time
- At some point, tasks are no longer surprising

Claire's Cruisin 'Cafe brings you some lively characters, with a combination of addicting gameplay. Clear purchase recommendation for this genre.
#6 basemen Гости
Love this game! Could play for hours!
#5 missiloon Гости
My favourite type of Time-management game is this type where you have to fulfil orders. I can't explain why I like those so much more than the ones with blocked roads, but it might be because I work in a store and love to help out our customers.

This Claire's Cousin Cafe has 60 levels and every 10 levels you switch locations to a new restaurant. Each new location starts with a few items but adds more while playing through those 10 levels that are part of that location. There is a story of Claire who wants to grow as a chef, her brother has a plan and so they start their own company. You don't have to follow the story to play this game if you're not interested in it, it is not anything special but also not bad.

For the achievements, you have to get 3 stars on every level and get the golden heart. The 3 stars are easy, especially if you play on the easiest difficulty. The golden heart is rewarded for different tasks at every level. Sometimes for serving a specific customer, sometimes for cleaning trash, other times for finding a ferret. Talking about the ferret, for a while I have wondered where to find him because there is an achievement for finding him 30 times, but he only shows up at 3 specific levels (29, 42 & 53). If you haven't found him 30 times after beating the game you can, thankfully, replay those levels.

After beating the game, I got all the achievements except the one for serving 1500 patrons (I missed around 100) and missed the ferret 9 times. I only had to replay a few levels to get those two missing achievements, I wouldn't call that grinding, especially compared to how much grinding some of the other GameHouse games have.