EleFun Games offer you a new time-management game that stands in line with the recent tenders in the casual game industry. You are the manager of a confectionery where you serve multi-layered cakes and beverages to demanding customers. The game play largely resembles Burger Shop, but it has some features distinguishing it from others.
A career as a cafe manager? That's a piece of cake!
That's how Emily, a young college graduate, thought when she received a call from Gail Davis, the owner of a newly opened confectionery. She did not hesitate a bit before accepting the offer – and here is the first day of work!
As you already understood, nothing new for the story here. The game play is basically typical for all time-management games, though it has some new twists. At first you have just a show-case with three types of loafs and three types of jam for your cakes and a trash bin. Watch carefully for your customers' orders and work fast, creating three-layer cakes for them – and soon you'll be able to acquire some new fittings for your cafe.
Here we come to the main attractions of the game, including the addictive game play (and it is addictive, believe me). After each level you can see how a number of your game parameters have changed. First, it is the level of your Cafe – measured in stars and determining the efficiency of your work. It depends on the fittings you have purchased, and, actually, on the diversity of your menu. And you can buy upgrades based on two other parameters – your Cash and Mastery. With cash everything is simple – it's just the money you have earned during the time-management levels. Mastery is something you can raise by elearning tips. The amount of your tips depends on your level of service, that is on how long you make your customers wait. The more tips – the higher your Mastery is. And if you comply with the minimum Cash and Mastery requirements – you are welcome to purchase new fittings for your Cafe, like coffee machine, ice-cream, drinks, additional tables etc. All of those raise the rating of your enterprise and attract more customers.
Tip: prepare fresh portions of drinks, cotton candy etc. immediately after serving the previous ones, replacing them in the machines. This significantly saves your time.
But these are not the only things to spend your money on. While Emily adores her new job, she starts missing her home very soon, and Gail suggests that she builds a home for herself there. The construction raises Emily's mood, and while she is smiling your customers become more patient. But in order to proceed with it you will also need money – and sometimes it is even more important than the upgrades.
But enough words. It's time to play and have fun with your Cake Shop!