Hidden-object game. You play as a mouse trying to become a famous chef by tracking down the missing chapters of a mystery cookbook. To help him achieve this lofty goal, you could meet many bizarre animal characters, visit nearly a dozen locations and search for hundreds of well-hidden items in order to find pages of a secret cookbook. Players are presented with a busy scene, such as a restaurant kitchen, and a number of items to find, such as a fork, wine glass, basket, apple or flowers. Sometimes you can see the items listed as words, like "bread," while other levels will show you a silhouette of an item to find, such as an outline of a sugar bowl, and you'll need to look for it on the screen. You must find all the items within the allotted time or else you need to replay the level. So the aim of the game is really simple and you can do this in a best way.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
Playing this game you can refresh .Ratatoille. in your memory. This game presents a great addition of this game. If you don't like the humorous dialogue between Mousy and a cat, dog, fish, bird, hamster and so on, you can just click to fast-forward to the game-play. Mystery Cookbook also offers six types of mini-games that pop up every few levels or so, such as a tile puzzle that challenges players to rotate blocks on a 5x5 grid to form a scene; spotting the differences between two similar images; or finding a specific number of similar items in a scene, such as cups.A good hidden object game with a cute storyline featuring a mass of different animal characters.Some bad things are sometimes item descriptions are vague and gameplay can obviously get repetitive after a while.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
· Appealing Graphics
· Hundreds of Items to Find
· 6 Types of Mini-games
· Unique and Fun Story
· Confusing item descriptions
Windows 98/2000/Me/XP/2003/Vista,Processor: PII 450 MHz,DirectX 8.1,128 MB RAM,Free hard drive space: 55 MB,AGP,Sound Card