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Toca Kitchen 2 ((HOT))

Parents need to know that Toca Kitchen 2 is an open-ended, free-exploration game in which kids are in charge in the kitchen. As in the original Toca Kitchen, kids experiment with feeding food to ever-hungry guests and watching their reactions. Kids choose the food and how to prepare it: raw fish, oven-baked pineapple, or mushroom juice -- anything is possible. One thing to note is that the frying-pan tool always fries food in butter, so there is no experimenting with different fats or flavorings. The sequence of taps, drags, and screen changes can be a bit complicated, especially for young kids. Parents may want to help kids through at first before letting them explore on their own. Once kids get going, though, there's no stopping them: Play is unlimited and never ending. A letter from the developer gives some nice hints on how to enhance kids' experience with Toca Kitchen 2 through guided discussion and key questions. Read the developer's privacy policy for details on how your (or your kids') information is collected, used, and shared and any choices you may have in the matter, and note that privacy policies and terms of service frequently change.

Toca Kitchen 2

When you play TOCA KITCHEN 2, choose one of three guests to feed, then get cooking! Choose one or more ingredients from the 16 foods available in the fridge. Drag the food raw into the guest's mouth or take it to the kitchen where you can cut it, juice it, fry it, bake it, or drop it in boiling water. Add some spice to it, and then feed it to the guest. Guests react to different foods in different ways: They like some, whereas others make them sneeze, and if it's too hot, they'll breathe out steam. Experiment with mixing foods, cooking methods, and pleasing your guests' palates.

Toca Kitchen 2, as with its predecessor Toca Kitchen, shines as a platform for no-rules, no-right-or-wrong-answer, open-ended play. With the safety of using virtual knives and fire, kids take on the role of chef to cook, combine, and create unique dishes. Navigation among the various screens -- for example, getting a piece of food out of the fridge, into a cooking instrument, and then on the guest's plate -- may prove difficult for the littlest chefs, so be sure to be available for guidance. There are some neat features, such as how food browns as it's cooked or steams when it comes out of the hot oven. However, there's something important missing in this virtual kitchen -- the feel of soft bread or slimy fish -- and that heavenly smell of something yummy baking in the oven just can't be replicated with a 2-D screen. Toca Kitchen 2 is a fun and creative game that can perhaps be an inspiration for enjoying the wonders of creating in a real-world kitchen.

Get kids cooking and exploring in the real kitchen. There are plenty of safe ways for kids to help out: They can mix, pour, and cut soft foods with kid-safe knives, and food they make themselves tastes better.

Toca Kitchen 2 is a cooking simulation game developed by Toca Boca. It is designed for children and allows them to experiment with cooking various foods and creating their own recipes. In the game, players can choose from a range of ingredients, prepare and cook them using various kitchen tools, and serve them to their virtual guests.

The game includes a variety of kitchen tools, such as a blender, oven, grill, and food processor, which can be used to cook and prepare the ingredients. Once the food is ready, players can serve it to their virtual guests and see their reactions.

The Toca series has always brought joy and happiness to those who played them, and Toca Kitchen 2 is no different. This engaging and fun game lets you take on the role of a chef in your very own kitchen, cooking up delicious meals for your friends and family. 041b061a72


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