Parents' Guide to

Fast Food Panic

By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Pace might be too fast for some in this cooking game.

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What you will—and won't—find in this game.

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age 10+

Based on 1 parent review

age 10+

Great for teenagers instead

A little difficult for the younger kids especially when it comes to higher levels. Eventually they might give up and it will be a waste. But this will definitely give tweens and teens an adrenaline rush!

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Is It Any Good?

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Fast Food Panic does a nice job of combining the step-by-step food-prep of Cooking Mama and the time management element of games like Diner Dash, but, perhaps because it tries to be two things at once, it feels a little thin on both levels. There isn't a huge number of recipes, but the game moves as such a fast clip that that's probably not a bad thing. And the story mode is relatively short. The nice selection of mini-games available to play outside of the career mode makes up for that, though, and several of those mini-games are arguably more fun than some of the main gameplay. As a complete package, Fast Food Panic is worth a try for cooking-game fans.

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