January 16, 2008
Culinary Craziness Hits PCs As Oberon Games
Announces ‘Go-Go Gourmet’
Innovative Casual Game Will Leave PC Players
Hungry for More
Hungry for a new challenge? Then whet your
appetite with a mouthwatering culinary casual games experience as Oberon Games
releases its latest title Go-Go Gourmet. Ready for download to your PC on
January 31, Go-Go Gourmet is an innovative blend of two distinctly different
game play styles that combines the classic fun of seek-and-find with the
pulse-pounding excitement of time management.
“Go-Go Gourmet is a fascinating game in its
ability to incorporate the best elements of two popular genres to produce a game
of remarkable depth and fun,” said Don Ryan, Oberon Media’s senior vice
president of Publishing. “It highlights perfectly the creativity and ingenuity
we try to bring to every game, and demonstrates the wonderful potential for
innovation in the casual games category.”
Grandpa Henry is off to find the world’s hottest
chili recipe and has left his ramshackle bistro to his niece, Ginger. Armed with
an empty recipe book and a desire to learn, Ginger sets out to study under some
of the craziest culinary kingpins in town as she tries to earn the title of
Master Chef and open her own restaurant.
But becoming a chef is not easy and you will not
only need to search a food-cluttered kitchen for the correct ingredients, but
also chop, fry, boil and bake to get as many orders out as possible before the
kitchen closes. The more orders you handle, the more money you make and the
closer you are to getting the restaurant of your dreams.
Toiling in seven uniquely themed restaurants, you
will create over 122 dishes that you can then add to your cookbook. Successful
chefs will receive over 25 restaurant upgrades, and unlock three challenging
mini-games as you steadily progress under the guidance of six of the nuttiest
restaurateurs ever imagined.
Go Go Gourmet will be available for PC download
on January 31, 2008 at
www.oberongames.com for $19.95.