Cookie Domination
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Cookie Domination 

Conquer the nation one cookie at a time in Cookie Domination™, a zany strategy game made for the entire family.

Devious new cookie clubs are selling their sweets to all of your potential customers and the only way to stop them is to fight cookie with cookie. Take back the territories they've captured and spread your own delicious morsels across the nation by building up your own army of cookie troops.

Dominate enemy neighborhoods in 50 fun but challenging levels where you will need more than sugar and spice to win. Choose from five unique Cookie Clubs - Goths, Nerds, Hicks, Cheerleaders, and Jocks - and place them strategically, then watch the hilarious fight scenes ensue. Use teleport bus stations, win new recruits, and earn 17 in-game achievements.

Critics enjoy Cookie Domination™ giving it 4 out of 5 stars and calling it a "funny, breezy take on the traditional war strategy game". Enjoy it for yourself when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Cookie Domination™ today!

  • Fight cookie with cookie in this hilarious Strategy game.
  • Guide your cookie club to victory in 50 challenging levels.
  • Select from Goths, Nerds, Hicks, Cheerleaders, and Jocks.
  • Use teleport bus stations, win new recruits, and earn 17 in-game achievements.
  • Enjoy the undeniable fun to the whole family.
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Reviews of Cookie Domination
 | Added on: November 11, 2010
Cute, definitely for kids. If you like Risk, its very similar.
 | Added on: November 8, 2010
Unusual game that starts off being not really what you'd expect, but strangely draws you in. I have to admit I was ready to give up fairly early in the game - mostly because there's a sense of not really knowing what you're doing. There is a vague tutorial - it tells you how to move but doesn't really suggest advantageous moves so you're somewhat on your own. As the game continues, it actually becomes more challenging, more interesting, and after a bit, you start to actually get the hang of what you're doing. The way it plays out is that you first are assigned a team (later you will get to select from multiple teams of which you'd like to play). You then go up against rival teams, all in a race to dominate cookie territories. When you go head to head with another team, you are taken to a video where you watch your team battle the other team. You can fast forward or even stop if you realize you are in trouble. You have no control over the actual battle itself - what determines the winner is number of characters in your current set vs. rival's numbers plus the veracity of your teammates. If you win, you take over that territory. I've never played the game "Risk" but I suspect this game plays similarly to it. It seems that as long as your team keeps winning, they continue to take turns, but then there are enemy turns as well where they may try to reclaim territories from you. In the second tier of the game, you play against multiple teams, all of which are vying for the territory. You can earn bonuses which give you additional teammates to disperse throughout the map where you strategically need them the most. There are also additional goals such as capturing flags, clubhouses, the schoolyard, etc. It's strangely fun, but as mentioned before, the game gets better the further into it that you delve. Worth giving a try if you like strategy games - just be sure not to give up on it too soon. I'd rate the game at 3.5 stars.
 | Added on: November 8, 2010
This game is a simplistic take on RISK, in terms of gameplay. The animations take way too long comparable to the action, and the game is very repetitive. It is a very poorly put together game, and stopped being fun for me rather quickly. The tutorial drags on and on.
 | Added on: November 8, 2010
The game plays like the board game Risk, but with more variants. Probably would entertain a child for many hours. It has a few flaws that may not be noticed by your child: 1) It is not always clear which areas can attack one another, 2) Like in Risk, after each attack period is over, you can move armies to nearby areas to fortify those positions. In Cookie Domination, it's a little buggy. 3) Enemy AI is a little stupid. It would be nice to have varying levels of AI intelligence, which would greatly add to the replay value.
 | Added on: November 8, 2010
I'm not sure where to start this one. It COULD have been a good game, but something went horribly wrong in the execution of it. For starters... I have no idea why they call it "Cookie Domination" other than maybe to try to be cute. "Squealing School Girl Brawl" would have been more appropriate. The gameplay is pretty much exactly like 'Risk,' but you want to scream at your computer that the AI is always cheating. Somehow, my army of 30 can get destroyed by an army of 2. Multiple times. In the same game. I call shenanigans. Secondly, the borders across which you can battle make little to no sense most of the time. Some areas are connected, but yet you can't fight across them, and others are separated by water, and somehow you can fight across those. As far as I can tell, there's no way to figure out what the logic of the borders is before you place your troops. You just have to attempt to attack or move across a border, and then remember whether or not it can be crossed over. This gets very annoying very quickly. During the gameplay, you're alerted when it is the enemy's turn by the game stating "Enemy turn" across the screen, but they don't tell you WHICH enemy is about to take the turn. It would be helpful if they did, because sometimes your objective is to destroy only a particular enemy, and they have names for them, like Scout, Jock, and Cheer, but you have to figure out which one it is by the way they're dressed.... and you can be wrong. Try it if you're bored and have credits to blow or a FunPass. Otherwise, I'd say wait until they take it back to the drawing board and fix some of the bigger errors.
 | Added on: November 10, 2010
I found this game boring, basically all you have to do is click away, not much action to contro.
 | Added on: November 8, 2010
I thought this game was very similar to the "Risk" game, in that you are trying to dominate the territories in each level, capture an enemy post, or such like. The cookie girl characters were very cute, & the fights were fun to watch at first, but got boring later on. I think this would be a fun start for a child in using strategy, & it's not too hard to beat each level. It's not quite challenging enough for me, but my grandchildren loved it. I would say overall that it's a more child-oriented game.
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