A family-friendly cooking game loved worldwide!
[You'll learn to love cooking!]
Chop, bake, stew...
Cook tasty meals with easy touch controls!
Try out this unique cooking game.
The yummy food you'll create will definitely make you hungry!
Cook food by playing fun mini games. More than 30 kinds of recipes are waiting for you. Do your best, Special Chef!
Serve your cooking to everyone at your restaurant. Create a big and wonderful restaurant that's all your own.
Harvest lots of things by going Fishing, growing plants in the Fields, and raising animals in your Ranch.
Gather up lots to exchange for Happy Foods!
Play non-cooking games like "Help out," "Play Shopkeeper," and "Exercise your brain." More than 30 kinds of mini games are waiting for you. Aim to get high scores!
Compete in weekly events for the best scores! Join the global rankings!
▼Other Ways to Have Fun
-Decorate the kitchen with various items.
-Make surprise dishes by combining 2 recipes.
-Watch realistic cooking videos for supported recipes.
-Watch an animated video of Mama's fun daily life.
-Easily share videos of your gameplay to the world.
With its intuitive controls, both children and adults can enjoy the game. Also, even if you make mistakes there are no game overs, so everyone can complete dishes. Furthermore, children who play may develop an interest in cooking.
iOS 8.0 or later.
**Game may not be playable on certain devices even if the above conditions are met.
**By downloading this game, you are accepting its User Agreement.
New: Autumn Festival Pack! Let's make some fall cuisine!
Fixed certain bugs.
Made balance adjustments.
Ratings and Reviews
As someone who has only played the Wii version of Cooking Mama, I was glad to be able to play a version without buggy motion controls. The controls are responsive and, compared to the Wii title, much more straightforward. The failure animations can be very funny--when making a virtual pizza, I accidentally sent the dough flying through the ceiling, much to my amusement. I find the game very enjoyable, but I do have a few gripes.
First off, the game is too forgiving. The only way to get less than 3 stars is to run out of time. And, while the game does get stringent with time with higher difficulties, the game still gives you enough time to complete everything if you know what you're doing.
Secondly, the minigames seem out of place and don't really give you anything. The restaurant minigame is a fun one to have up while you're doing something else, but the fishing minigame is horribly boring. You don't really unlock anything for playing the minigames, you just get some already easy to get "happy foods."
Finally, the game tries to incentivize microtransactions (which is something I'm more than used to), but it ends up being more annoying than anything. To make most of the recipes, you need "happy foods," which the game expects you to pay for but are almost TOO easy to get. I can say with confidence that it's the most pointless paid content in a game I've ever seen in a free to play game.
It’s fun if you know what you’re getting into
I like this game, a lot. It’s like the DS games to a T, maybe a little harder so it’s not for people who don’t have experience with the game. However sometimes the gameplay can be a bit liberal, I know that you can be noticeably off and it’ll give you a Perfect anyway, and sometimes it doesn’t leave your mistakes and lets you try again if you mess up. But this game is for kids younger than the target age for the previous games and new players, so it’s understandable. The restaurant mode is like diner dash without the stress, and you don’t lose points when new people can’t enter your restaurant. But yes, the restaurant is only open for a certain amount of time a day. There are other things to do but I don’t think it counts towards unlocking recipes. Speaking of that, I’ve heard that you can now unlock recipes through the restaurant mode, and the recipe packs aren’t really that expensive so I’ll be thinking about getting them eventually. Anyway, don’t let the negative reviews turn you off if you really want the game! It really is fun once you get the hang of it.
my life is over
as a young child with bountifuls of hopes and aspirations, cooking mama was my favorite thing to play. but this new version, has disgusted me in ways i didn’t know were possible. First, they only give me THREE recipes. what is this??? on the original i had as many as i could ever want. what the hell am i supposed to do now?? cook salisbury steak everyday while mama tells me she’s impressed, meanwhile i’ve memorized every motion it takes to cook it perfectly and i’m mindlessly tapping the screen like a robot. NO. where’s the excitement?? where’s the wonder?? WHERES THE EXPERIENCE. and don’t even get me started on the controls!!! i could drop the cupcake toppings virtually anywhere and still succeed!! give me a challenge!! i’m sick of feeling like i am the same as everyone else. make me a chef, make me what i need to be. i planned on opening a restaurant with what i have learned here. HOW WILL I DO THAT NOW??? i guess i will just have to buy the wii version. because if mama tells me she’s impressed by my salisbury steak one more time, i will feel as useless as Donald Trump in office.
In-App PurchasesSee All
Autumn Festival Pack
Let's make some fall cuisine!
A delicious Italian cuisine set!
Star Festival Pack
A set of cute star-shaped food.
- Office Create Corp.
- 154.4 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Arabic, Czech, Dutch, Filipino, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- ©2015 COOKING MAMA LIMITED / Published by OFFICE CREATE
- In-App Purchases
- Mama's Recipe Pack 1 $3.99
- Welcome Pack $1.99
- New Year Pack $0.99
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.