Pizza Chef
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows 8
  • 900 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 128 MB Ram
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  • Uninstall instructions
 
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Pizza Chef 

Create a fabulous chain of fantastic pizzerias in this original game that's full of delicious fun! Arrange classic pizza ingredients into matching groups of three or more to fire up the burners and create room to cook your orders. Arrange your customers' orders on the hot burners and deliver the taste they crave. Side orders, like burgers and fries, will keep your customers patient, but you'll have to complete their orders fast to keep them from walking out! Use your earnings to purchase new pizza recipes or upgrade your equipment and watch your sales soar. Featuring more than 70 challenging levels, innovative gameplay, and original bonus rounds, Pizza Chef is a slice of fun delivered right to your computer!

  • Over 70 Challenging Levels
  • Unlock Recipes, Upgrades, and More
  • Original Bonus Rounds
  • Hours of Fast Fun
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Reviews of Pizza Chef
 | Added on: March 5, 2010
 
This is a fast-paced match three, not too different from Burger Rush in that your points from each round allow you to buy things that will allow you to earn even more points, but I found the whole idea of turning on the burner (like Jewel Quest, turning squares to gold), then using the burners to cook the pizzas to be a very fun variation. Each level passed so quickly, I kept wanting to play "just one more". This is easy enough to beat on the regular level, but challenging on expert. I also enjoyed the hidden object and puzzle side games. Over all, 70 levels of fun!
 | Added on: June 18, 2009
 
This just struck me as a very poor attempt to re-create Burger Rush. Perhaps if the art were not so terrible it may have been better. I really didn't find it very fun although I might play it if I had absolutely nothing better to do.
 | Added on: August 23, 2010
 
Cute game with a new twist on match 3's (this game also has a TM element to it). You have customers that come in and request pizzas (and sometimes side orders of hamburgers, fries, etc). You make matches in the game board but as you do, you are clearing sections of the board which then become burners to cook on. You must have enough burner space to fit the pizzas and other various foods in order to cook them. I found the gameplay to be a little disconcerting as putting the pizzas onto the board really blocks the pieces underneath and makes you lose your concentration on finding matches in the game. Also, some of the objects such as the french fries are rather large (as big as pizzas!) which seems out of place to me. If you are a match 3 die hard, you probably will enjoy the added challenge of this game. It's not a bad game, but my brain had to work harder than I wanted it to (even in the earlier levels). There are many upgrades you can purchase such as new styles of pizzas and it is similar to Restaurant Rush in that you can upgrade the quality in the same way. Also there are desserts and other side dishes you can add as bonus orders to fulfill. One thing that bugged me to no end is that if you pick up a pizza, intuitively it seems like right clicking should allow you to drop it again but doesn't work. I would give this game 3 stars out of 5, mostly for originality.
 | Added on: March 7, 2013
 
i played and played and played-addictive-puzzle, match 3, and hidden object all in one, gonna look for another similar one to play now
 | Added on: January 5, 2010
 
In a way this game is good. I have the trial version downloaded because I wanted to try something different and then buy it. This game is different, but I am not willing to puchase, because there are different pizzas in this game though there is really nothing different about them except shape. You have to fit the pizza or extras inside of the box they call a burner and to do this you need to match at least 3 of a kind which is easy. Much easier than Burger rush.. There are kind of puzzles to in this game where you have to fit all the pizzes and extra into the box at the same time to activate the burner. It is pretty simple, but could be addictive to some and although I didn't think it was too bad I will not be purchasing it.
 | Added on: September 18, 2009
 
For some reason I really liked this game. My kids love it too. I like match 3 games and it combines just enough other things to keep my attention.
 | Added on: January 7, 2014
 
This game isn't one of the beautiful games I loved to play in the past. It's too much full of puzzles and not good for a lot of people that like a game very challenging. For children it could be one of the games that they could like. In my opinion, it is one game not addictrive and not original.
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