Cooking Guide – Trailer

Infendo

Finally a game that can help us guys learn how to make food on our own and impress those girls we have our hearts set on. More Information about this game after the Jump.

Cooking Guide: Can’t Decide What to Eat? (working title)
Format: Nintendo DSâ„¢
Launch Date: Nov. 24, 2008
ESRB: RP (Rating Pending)
Game Type: Cooking Training
Players: 1
Developer: indies zero

KEY INFORMATION

Cooking Guide turns your Nintendo DS into an interactive cookbook, complete with recipes and video demos.

• Cooking Guide includes more than 200 recipes from around the world. So no matter what you’re in the mood for, you can find something new and tasty to make for dinner. Users can search a map by country to find regional dishes or select options for low-calorie foods, specific ingredients or short cooking times.

• Each recipe contains step-by-step directions and photos to make it possible to prepare dishes you’ve never tried before. Use the stylus or simple voice commands to “turn the page.” A tap of the touch screen lets you adjust the serving size automatically, and users can write and save cooking notes, just as they would in a paper recipe book.

• The Cooking Guide chef talks you through the entire cooking process. Recipes include photos of the dish as well as instructional videos on how to perform different cooking techniques, such as how to chop an onion or clean a fish. Users can access a handy reference function to explain unfamiliar terms and cooking techniques when they appear.

• The software includes a timer and calculator, as well as a search function to help you find what you’re looking for. Cooking Guide also includes an ingredient checklist to use as a shopping list – just put a mark next to the items you need and bring your Nintendo DS to the grocery store.

An artist from New York. Will has been writing, designing, and loving video games since he was young. He has traveled across the United States, and parts of Canada in order to learn more about the world of gaming. After visiting E3 for the first time in 2009, he has vowed to return there and show off a game of his own. In his spare time he tinkers with electronics, programming, and of course collecting video games.