2 Tasty Too
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.6 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Tags:  baking Games
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2 Tasty Too 

Take your talents to the culinary capital of the world in 2 Tasty Too Deluxe, a scrumptious sequel to the hit game. Shortly after winning their dream vacation to the world's culinary capital, Libby and Cole run into Matthieu. This puts Cole at a disadvantage with Libby, who was hoping for a more intimate getaway. But things have a habit of working out in this most romantic of destinations.

  • enjoy a fantastic blend of hidden object and time management romance
  • search for ingredients to cook Italian, Japanese, Vegetarian, and more meals
  • play extra mini-games and earn rewarding trophies
  • discover tasty recipes and use them in your own kitchen
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Reviews of 2 Tasty Too
 | Added on: April 20, 2012
This game is a little too challenging. Basiclly impossible.
 | Added on: December 13, 2012
I have only played this game for a short while, but I already see that it is both easier and harder than the first game. I don't really pay attention to the story, as I really like the game play. Finding the food hidden amongst other food is sometimes quite challenging. I like that is has the ingredient list and pictures so that when you don't know what a particuar food looks like you can just go to the list and then find the picture and whalla find the ingedient fairly quickly. I do find that having to drag the ingredients to the proper appliance, or bowl, is quite frustrating and I found that simply clicking on the appliance was easier and quicker. I still love the 2 tasty's and I will probably play both of them over and over again.
 | Added on: May 12, 2012
I love this game. It was just challenging enough to keep me playing over and over. The storyline was really good. I don't usually care about the story in these games but in this one I kept playing just so I could see the next cut scene. Of course, English clearly was not the first language of whomever programmed this and that leads to some unintentionally funny dialogue, but I could overlook that. This game is a lot of fun
 | Added on: April 19, 2012
I admit up front that I'm not fond of the TM games that you perform a task and keep customers happy. I thought based on the description that this would be different. And it was to some extent. The most annoying part of it was that I couldn't find some of the items they wanted. I never did find the whipped cream or the vanilla or the vinegar. There was nothing on the screen that looked like those items, so I had to do a lot of clicking to locate them. Not even the hint button helped. It just completed the recipe and didn't highlight the missing items. Very, very frustrating. If I could have found the items called for, I would have liked the game. I played the relaxed mode so I didn't have to worry about the timer. And as one other reviewer said, the upgraded items cost too darn much to be useful.
 | Added on: April 17, 2012
Besides being the silliest name for a game, I found too too much conversation that you couldn't skip, and too too much "now loading ...". Cursor movement was also too too slow which is unnerving since this is a game of speed to satisfy customers. Not my cup of tea, but try it, you might enjoy.
 | Added on: April 16, 2012
i liked this game, and would have liked it much more, if my mouse had cooperated. no matter how i changed the speed of my mouse on my computer, there was a slight delay in the game. so i'd point and click on an item, and nothing would happen. FRUSTRATING. i also found it frustrating that the items in the store were soooooooo expensive. i was only able to upgrade one of my items in the hr trial. the dialogue slowed the game down, too. there was a lot of it.
 | Added on: April 23, 2012
I found this game challenging but extremely fun. It's for game players who love pushing their hidden object skills and improving their memory. Great story line, with funny clips and true to life experience. I would say this game is worth the money.
 | Added on: April 17, 2012
I wasn't impressed with the first 2 Tasty game but I tried this on my funpass because I thought maybe there would be some improvement. There isn't. Recipes show up on the top of the screen, you find the ingredients (which remain in the same place--no challenge), blend, boil, bake, whatever, and then deliver to the top of the screen, click to collect your money and do it all over again. The gameplay is smooth enough when you're clicking on ingredients. However, the game is highly unfriendly when you have to drag the whole works to the cooking step. They all go as a single unit, but it's hard to grab them--just doesn't respond well to the mouse. As for a hidden object-time management combo, it's not fun as HO because things are too easy to find, and as for TM, it doesn't require much or any strategy and is really just completing lists and steps. There's no people personality. You're in Paris and there's the two guys after one gal storyline that doesn't affect gameplay, so it doesn't add anything to the game. It's just pretty average all around.
 | Added on: April 24, 2012
HO's are easy to find, bright and cheery, ok music and nice people, along with Paris ahh lala. Just not the type of game I enjoy playing. You might love it, so give it a try.
 | Added on: September 15, 2013
I played 2 Tasty and absolutely adored it, so I figured the second installment would be even better. Well, no. For some reason the mouse doesn't seem to keep up with the game the same way as it does in the first installment where I had no trouble clicking on things once the cursor was on them. In the second version the cursor would swim around and usually it takes me at least two or three clicks to get anything. My computer is very speedy with all the latest thingamabobs and such, so it's not the question of drivers or anything like that. Also, the click-and-point-at-appliance feature is annoying. Thirdly, how come I click squarely on the item I need for the recipe and it takes me three clicks for the flour to float to the list? Fourthly, the Eiffel tower restaurant is just a mess: even with full screen I can't see the ingredients. Literally can't see them! Practically not playable. Was forced to quit halfway through first level in that restaurant. What kept me playing up to that point was the storyline and the cute graphics, but from that point on the graphics were reduced to minuscule. Sad, had huge potential.
 | Added on: April 17, 2012
I like the genre of this game. I like the photos, the feeling of the game, the way the things were designed. I would have liked that the game would be more challenging and with longer levels.
 | Added on: August 27, 2012
Yes, not the best grammer and characters are annoying somewhat but cute storyline. I played this game on another site, but couldn't get past the last scene or level because it would freeze. Refreshing to know the ending! Thanks GH!
 | Added on: April 25, 2012
I am the fan of these types of games, hidden and time management, and look forward to them when they finally come out, really challenging, each restaurant changes after ten levels, and the kitchen switches around and adds different screen to look in as the level progresses, so it's not that easy. Excellent graphic, A beautiful story full of colors and a good leveling, a modern Paris. It had a variety of restaurants, including a vegetarian one along with excellent recipes. Many of the recipes are from different countries. Recommended for all ages
 | Added on: May 25, 2012
The game is relaxing IF you choose to play in relaxed mode, which is what I eventually chose. I'm just glad there is the option! I might not have been able to get through it in the timed mode. Usually, I don't like the stories in the hidden object games, but being a romantic at heart, I enjoyed the build up between Libby and Cole in the first 2 Tasty game as well as this one. I also liked that there are recipes in this game that might be interesting to try out. I like the combination of it being a hidden object game as well as a bit of time management.
 | Added on: April 16, 2012
I love the story behind the game! It seems a lot of these new TMG's are having these little stories that they follow throughout the game. On the lines of an Delicious Emily, or Cake Mania story line. The game itself has a few changes from the orignal that make it a little bit more challenging and fun. Also has some exciting ways to earn bonuses. So I difinitely say you need to give this game a try! Worth a Fun Ticket, Game Pass which ever one you might have!
 | Added on: May 5, 2012
I originally got this game to play on PC, but was really happy to find it ported to Mac. I assumed the experience would be the same, but although it says you can right-mouse-click to change rooms (unlike 2Tasty 1), you actually have to use arrow keys, and it's a sloooow drag between rooms -- to slow to finish the round with a decent score. 2Tasty 1 also used the "A and D" keys as left-hand alternatives to arrowing, but that's not enabled here. This makes the gameplay much slower and more frustrating. I would like if they fixed this :)
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