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Lemon Cake Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Running a business is a tough job. There are many things to do and so many pitfalls stand in your way. On top of this, you have disgruntled customers to appease and a constant stream of orders to get right. How about if you then add a ruined building to the mix? Well, this is exactly what happens in Lemon Cake. This cute game is hauntingly good and it’ll push you to your limits. Developed by Cozy Bee Games and published by SOEDESCO, this is a business management title. What’s more, on the surface it appears a simple endeavour. However, once you look a little deeper, you soon realise it has some wonderfully challenging mechanics that’ll keep you on your toes. Sadly, though, this is only a solo experience. Consequently, you can’t run your business with friends, and I think this is a missed opportunity. The words cute and business game rarely combine. Mostly, this genre is hardcore and time-consuming. Now, Lemon Cake is both of those things, but its story and protagonists are heartwarmingly cute. As such, you’ll lose yourself in this small but hectic world of cafe management and cake baking. As the hero, you stumble into a dilapidated bakery. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Lemon Cake Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Lemon Cake Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

As the dust settles, you are faced with a ghost. Instead of running, you stay and listen to this spirit’s tale of woe. Accordingly, you feel equally inspired and sorry for the supernatural being, so you decide to help out. However, you didn’t realise how big the task would be. Unfortunately, every element of this bakery/cafe is ruined, and it’ll take time and money to put things right. Luckily, though, your customers are willing to help turn this business around. At first glance, I thought this would be a straightforward affair. Instead, I soon discovered that the gameplay mechanics are a rich tapestry of minor elements. Consequently, you must balance cooking times, delivery speed, recipes, and cleaning if you wish to succeed. On top of this, there is a mustached ghost who is obsessed with bugs. He will visit you periodically and you’ll complete a small mini-game. This is probably the weakest portion of the game as it’s neither interesting nor is it challenging. Its only saving grace is that it lasts less than a minute. This aside, the rest of the action is brilliant and has a strategic edge to it. Subsequently, if you are methodically minded, much of the action will appeal to you.

Repair your bakery with the help of a friendly ghost!

Every day comprises the same routine. You prepare your shopfront, water your plants, clean your animals, and stoke your fires. Once you are ready, you open the doors and deal with every customer. However, things are rarely as simple as they seem, and Lemon Cake is no different. With limited seats and a few window displays, you must balance speed over profit as you try to appease everyone. Like other cooking games, your customers have limited patience. As such, once they place their order, you must work quickly. In the kitchen, you’ll combine an array of ingredients from sugar, flour, milk, eggs, or fruit. These will then be mixed together and either cooked, frozen, or served as they are. Understandably, the easier the recipe, the quicker the turnaround. However, this impacts profit margin and slows down your progress. Accordingly, it is a fine balance between complex bakes and a simple sugary treat. The cooking and serving of goods are great, but I enjoyed the business expansion mechanics more. As your character levels up, new recipes are unlocked. You may select between 3 options and these add variety to your menu. Furthermore, you must purchase new ovens, buy chickens and cows, and plant berry bushes and trees. Family Man Switch NSP

Lemon Cake Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Lemon Cake Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

As you expand your ingredients, your recipes become more varied and complex. At this point, you begin earning the big bucks. In turn, you can then improve the cafe area by adding new seating, encouraging cats to visit and more. Whatever way you wish to tackle the action is up to you. However, you must balance an awful lot of elements to succeed. Accordingly, you must consider what areas to improve and then stick to your plan. Indie gaming has come on leaps and bounds. Yet, they rarely compete with their visually superior triple-A cousins. Now, this may seem like a stupid statement but bear with me. What I’m getting at is that Lemon Cake personifies everything that is great about indie gaming. Its animation isn’t perfect, but it works. The backdrops are varied but lack detail, and the colours are rich, warm, and welcoming. In short, it’s nothing spectacular, but it looks amazing nonetheless. With 4 tiny rooms to explore and a range of similar customers to look at, it could have failed. However, I loved the refined approach. What was also great was the calm and folksy soundtrack. The mellow music was relaxing and suited the game’s core concept.

Grow fruits & take care of your animals in the greenhouse!

Alongside this, the basic sound effects added depth and realism to each task. Sadly, though, it isn’t a game with memorable audio, but it’s pleasant and enjoyable to listen to. Lemon Cake is a time-management bakery simulator in the style of Diner Dash. You zip around an eatery, serving customers before they lose patience or leave empty-handed. But unlike the original Diner Dash, which was a hectic race against the clock, Lemon Cake feels a touch less frenzied. For instance, there seems to be no penalty for failing to serve customers. This new title is calmer but just as engaging. It’s also cuter and more customizable. You’ve got more choices, in recipes, shop upgrades, and personalized looks. All these reasons make Lemon Cake worth checking out, especially if you love time management or cooking games. The daily loop is addictive. You begin the day quietly with kitchen prep. Then throw open the bakery doors and serve customers, both dine-ins and take-outs. In between, do a hundred things: rescue burning buns, sweep up spills, replenish firewood, brush the cow (yep!), water the crops, restock window displays, bake new loaves, and whip up frozen desserts. Oh, and it’s lunch rush hour now! Monster Truck Championship PS5

Lemon Cake Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Lemon Cake Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

The day ends with a profit report, planning the next day’s menu, and perusing upgrades. You must occasionally catch bugs in the bakery, a mini-game that rewards you with extra cash (which is great at first but feels like busywork after a while, so I wish it were optional). Overall, Lemon Cake is fun and compulsive. The incentives are strong: you need to earn cash for those lovely upgrades and eventually unlock the climatic Lemon Cake recipe. But this incentive is also the source of my biggest frustration: the upgrades are too darn expensive. The game feels like a slow grind despite the enjoyable gameplay. For a long time I was making, say only $45 a day, while many upgrades cost around $200. One in-game day takes several minutes and therefore 30 to 45 minutes to reach each upgrade. To finish the game, I’m guessing it’ll take 15 to 20 hours or more. That seems a little long, considering new mechanics aren’t introduced throughout the game. For that reason, I’m tempted to quit before finishing the game. I’m still playing it, though, because I just can’t resist another day in the kitchen. It’s fun to scurry around the bakery, trying to maximize daily profit.

Mix recipes & bake pastries in the kitchen!

Apart from the basic gameplay, which I enjoy, other well-designed features make the grind quite tolerable. Each day is short enough and challenging enough to make me itch for another round. The lunch rush is always exciting. Because there are always more customers than I have time to serve, I’m motivated to do better next time. The quiet moments are a nice change too, like when I’m assembling a menu for tomorrow or pondering an upgrade. I enjoy the switch from dashing around to slow strategizing. Planning a menu takes a little thought. You want a good variety of pastry types (there are seven), an average price that’s not too high, and new items that customers aren’t bored of seeing. You should also consider how long each pastry takes to prepare. Candies can be whipped up quickly, but cakes hog the oven for a while. Some recipes need only one ingredient; others take four ingredients. You do remember Diner Dash, right? It’s still around in mobile form but back in the day this restaurant sim was the Flash game of all Flash games. Against the clock, you’d rush around your diner, serving people, cleaning up after them, and getting them to their seats as quickly as you could. Lemon Cake takes off some of the pressure, but in many ways, it scratches the same itch. You’re taking people’s orders, bringing them their food of choice, then cleaning up after them.

Essentially, it’s a more cozy version of Diner Dash. And who doesn’t love a cozy game these days? To begin with, your Lemon Cake bakery is rather basic. You can serve only three baked goods, and you can only seat two guests at once. But as you play you’ll earn money, and that money can be used to buy upgrades. Put in a window display, for example, and guests will be able to pick up a bread roll or croissant without you needing to do anything. Eventually, you’ll unlock more recipes too, requiring more ingredients.  Every item in Lemon Cake needs to be baked by you, and that means having a range of ingredients to hand. Flour is all you need for a basic bread roll, but a sweet cinnamon bun, for example, requires flour and sugar. Throw chocolate-based goods into the mix, and you’ll need to make use of a cocoa tree that grows just beyond your kitchen. The same goes for strawberries and other fruit-based bakes – you’ll need to grow your own. But you’ll need to unlock them first. In the early stages, progression in Lemon Cake can feel rather slow. You don’t earn that many coins for a hard day’s work, and your first few days will see you net only 20 or 30 coins.

Lemon Cake Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Lemon Cake Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

When meaningful upgrades quickly cost upwards of 100 or 200 coins, it can be rather disheartening. But as you progress, expanding into more complex bakes and serving more customers at any one time, you’ll soon see your profits increase. That does mean, of course, that Lemon Cake can be rather repetitive. You’re basically running back and forth, grabbing the right ingredients and throwing it all together. It can get hectic when you get to more complicated recipes, and god forbid you grab something you weren’t supposed to. Your bakery owner can somehow only manage to carry one item at a time. So unless you’ve got a spare surface to put something down on, your hard work may well have to go in the trash simply because you haven’t got a spare hand. When you’re not baking, you’ll also have to keep your kitchen clean, keep your oven lit and ensure you’re cleaning up after customers. There’s always something to do and while customers’ patience timers are rather lenient to begin with, it is easy to get overwhelmed as you progress. But then that’s half the fun of this sort of game: it’s all about learning to manage what’s thrown at you. Don’t expect Lemon Cake to blow you away. Management sims come much better and more sophisticated than this elsewhere. Farming Simulator 22 PS5

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