Happy Chef 2
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8
  • 1 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Happy Chef 2 

Play Happy Chef 2 Deluxe, an exciting cooking challenge! As you help out in a busy pizza and pasta restaurant, you learn how to cook the most delicious recipes, and how to expand and upgrade so you're ahead of any competition. Try to prepare dishes in advance, so you can serve your customers quicker. Can you make it in the restaurant business? Find out in Happy Chef 2 Deluxe!

  • discover tons of tasty levels in this delightful cooking game
  • expand your culinary expertise with more than 100 international recipes
  • choose upgrades for your kitchen and improve your menu
  • try to bring in as much money per level as possible and earn a star
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Reviews of Happy Chef 2
 | Added on: October 10, 2013
 
I love these kind of foodie games and have all the Diners, most of the Emily's and several others. I would have loved for this game to have actually had a Relaxed Mode. However, when you select the option for Relaxed, there is no difference from the original, fast-paced, impatient customer, timed game. I do like the challenge it presents, but I rather a game where I can, "find my groove."
 | Added on: September 26, 2013
 
The relaxed mode is a joke..could be fun if relaxed worked or all the money you spend on items to make the customers wait really worked...Make a real relaxed game...dont bother
 | Added on: September 16, 2013
 
I played on the relaxed mode and it went super fast way too soon. It was just unreal. I love TM games as much as HOG games but this was a huge disappointment. The second level was horrible. And the upgrade to make the customers more patient, DIDN'T WORK. Take these defects out of the game and then I'll play this again.
 | Added on: September 16, 2013
 
I LOVED HC1 AND WAS EXCITED WHEN I SAW THIS ONE. I LIKE VERY MUCH, IT CAN GET A BIT FRUSTRATING AT TIMES AND IT TAKES MORE MOOLAH FOR THE UPGRADES. BUT OVERALL A COOL CUTE GAME. THE FOOD IS BETTER LOOKING TOO.
 | Added on: September 17, 2013
 
waited so long for a TM game that wasn't about BUILDING. Finally get one and it gets way too hard too soon in the game. Very disappointed!
 | Added on: September 15, 2013
 
This is a simple fun TM game, just not a fan of the click and drag feature. It is picky on the drop locations. If you can click to cook food why can't you click to serve food to plate. Hand and mouse was not fast enough to keep up so stopped playing at restaurant two.
 | Added on: September 14, 2013
 
This game is just boring.
 | Added on: September 15, 2013
 
I love good time management games. This is not a good one. It is tedious and boring. You do the same thing over and over again. It is way too clicky with putting the ingredients on each item. It actually caused my wrist and arm to have pain. I am deleting the game without even an hour of play.
 | Added on: September 16, 2013
 
I am an experienced TM player and this game is to fast, to clicky, and very repetitive. I stuck through 3.5 restaurant and just gave up. Even in relaxed mode (which I never select) I could not complete the level. The upgrades for customer patience were useless. Please work on this game. Thanks
 | Added on: September 17, 2013
 
I enjoyed playing the Happy Chef 1 game so installed this one and began to play on "Normal Mode" but I couldn't make it through the first restaurant so I changed to "Relaxed Mode" but saw NO difference whatsoever..It's just that you can continue on the "Relaxed Mode" with an R for replay but I HATE doing that..The customer's come too quick and too fast and you don't even have time to prepare the food before they all begin to get angry and leave even with ALL of the upgrades you can purchase to supposedly give them more patience..I saw no difference and I had purchased ALL upgrades that are "supposed" to make customer's patience level last longer but saw no difference..I'm on the second Restaurant currently and cannot make it through it, well in RELAXED MODE I can but I hate playing a game level and not passing on it..The graphic's are great, the story line is good, but it does need a bit of work for BOTH Normal and Relaxed mode.. Nothing actually relaxing about it really.. I've played nothing but TM games and thought I could keep up being a veteran of the Time Management genre but not on this one.. I just get so frustrated and end up quitting.. I've not uninstalled it yet but will and hope the "re-make" this game to where it's playable for everyone..It could be a very enjyable game to play with some work on BOTH modes..
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