The monster has been cursed and now is always hungry. If you don't cook food for the monster, you will be its next snack.
Add ingredients into the cauldron, cook, stir, and serve it to the monster.
If it's disgusting he may kill you.
If it is great he may be happy.
Help / Controls
Click the ingredients or press their corresponding number to add them to the cauldron. Cook and stir, and finish it when you are ready.
Some ingredients are not good to add, you might not want to put them in the cauldron...
The better the food you make is, the more points you will get!
Meat should be cooked for about 10 seconds or more in the cauldron
Vegetables don't need to be cooked too much usually between 0 and 5 seconds
Don't use superevilbacon
Errors are always in your favour
Cooking things that will go well together will give you more points
Cooking things that don't go well together may subtract from your points
Screenshots Click a screenshot to zoom
|reqmor (Zack Adams)||3||6||6||1||5||5||7||5||—|
|UnacceptableUse (Peter Maguire)||4||4||7||3||4||5||8||4||—|
|nosmirck (Luis Pulido)||6||2||3||2||4||5||1||5||—|
|psjoel2 (Joel Trum)||4||5||8||8||6||6||5||5||—|
|momspaghetti (Daniel Sitnick)||7||4||7||4||5||3||5||7||This is a nice game. There's lots of little quirky things the monster says, and it has a great concept. However, it's hard to tell what is actually good for the monster, and how to tell when the food is cooked enough. It's completely left up to guessing, which loses its novelty after two or three dishes|
|mcdroid (Laurent)||3||1||8||2||5||1||3||4||interesting simulation|
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