I don’t get the whole fascination with Cake or cooking games at all, but they seem very popular. I bet most people that play this cooking games can’t cook either.
Jill Evans knows what her customers want, especially in her own hometown! Majesco Entertainment Company, an innovative provider of video games for the mass market, and Sandlot Games Corporation, one of the world’s leading developers of Casual Games for multiple platforms, today announced Cake Mania Main Street for Nintendo DS. With more than 200 million downloads across the series, Cake Mania is among the most successful online PC game franchises of all time. That success has translated into the handheld market with more than 700,000 copies sold worldwide. Now, the franchise’s fourth Nintendo DS installment brings the mania back to Bakersfield as Jill and her friends franticly work to revitalize Main Street and save their hometown.
Cake Mania Main Street boasts 100 levels of fast-paced gameplay marked by the series’ signature time management mechanic. For the first time ever, players can expand beyond the bakery and upgrade equipment within new shops including Jack’s Burger Barn, Risha’s Flowers and Tiny’s Sumo Sushi. These new downtown businesses boast more than 50 upgrades each that players can purchase with cash earned from hilarious new customers. Players can also buy up to 40 delicious, mouth-watering recipes with more than 35 unique ingredients that will keep customers coming back for more.
Developed by Sandlot Games, Cake Mania Main Street is expected to release this spring. For additional information about Majesco’s entire line of products, please visit www.majescoentertainment.com.