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Automachef – Review

Automachef – Review

Imagine the gameplay of Satisfactory or Factorio, but applied to the wonderful world of food. Automachef sees you automating the process of food production and is insanely addictive. With a range of options at your disposal, including some neat building systems and a lot of production and automation tools, Automachef is one of the best games of its kind. There is a surprising amount of depth to the game overall, with a lot of small and large tools linking between each other to form a complex structure overall.

Pros:
Intuitive interface
Fun flow of gameplay
Lots of tools to play with
Spot on humor

Cons:
Can get overwhelming

Score – 8/10

About:

Welcome to Automachef, a resource management puzzler where you design kitchens, program machinery and watch your genius come to life! It’s time to engineer tomorrow’s kitchens, today!

Plan. Position. Program:

Design and build automated restaurants, then program them to run like well-oiled machines! Do you have a can-do attitude and the know-how to conquer the world of automated restaurants?

Challenging Puzzles:

Fine tune your mind as you tackle intricate spatial, resource management and scenario puzzles! Not enough hot dogs? You’ll sort it! Kitchens on fire? No problem for a smart human like you! 

Multiple Brain-Tickling Modes:

Take on the campaign levels, traverse your way through the business world in contracts mode, or just go nuts and bolts in the sandbox test mode and play until you get your fill!

Endless Charm and Quirky Humour:

All delivered in an abundance by our helplessly misguided human protagonist- Robert Person. Who is definitely a human. Don’t ask questions.

Mod Support:

Think you could bring some more pizazz to the table? GREAT! Step on up to the plate and create your own ingredients, recipes and scenario levels via Steam Workshop!

 

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