Cookie Domination

  • Challenging gameplay
  • Unique Cookie Clubs
  • Conquer the nation!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 512
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 88

Review for game Cookie Domination

When devious new cookie clubs begin selling their sweets to your potential customers, the only way to stop them is by taking back the territories they've captured. Strategically place new recruits, build up your strong-willed army of cookie troops, and dominate enemy neighborhood strongholds. Conquer the nation one cookie at a time in Cookie Domination, a unique Strategy game!

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Genre : Card & Board

Enjoy familiar favorites like solitaire, bingo, poker, dominos, and game shows.

Date release

October 21, 2010

Game Rank

2917 points

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5 / 65   Rate It:

A fun play
October 2, 2012

I really liked the free trial. I haven't purchased this game yet, but I'm still considering it. While the gameplay was fun, it wasn't as addicting as other games I've played. (I didn't mind taking a break to do something else.) It can be compared to Risk, albeit with girl scouts instead of soldiers. One reviewer mentioned she didn't like to see children fighting over cookie selling territory. I thought it was cute, and it didn't even involve blood or bruises. While this game wasn't very challenging, it was fun to play when I didn't really want to do something that took more effort or thought. I'm afraid that I can't comment on the sound since I always have my speakers off, but I enjoyed the lovely graphics and entertaining gameplay.

Not sure I like to see little girls fighting over cookies
May 26, 2012

I'm not sure I can give a fair review of this game because I didn't play the whole trial. And that was mainly because I was a little disturbed by the little girls swinging pens and kicking at each other over cookie-selling territory. The game reminds me of a Girl Scout version of Risk. Teams of girls compete with each other over neighborhoods in which to sell their cookies. There's a map with territories, you pick your team and where to go on the map. With each new neighborhood gained, you try to expand into other teams neighborhoods by sparring or fighting on the playground, playing field or park. Sometimes your team wins and sometimes it loses. There is strategy involved, as in all RTS games and the level of challenge seems very good. The graphics are okay. The little girls have kind of an anime look. I know it's just a computer game and that there are much worse fighting games out there with blood and gore and all that. This had none of that and I guess some players could see the little girls whacking at each other and kicking as "cute." But with all the bullying that goes on in real life, I guess I'm just kind of disturbed to see little girls fighting, even in a computer game. So, not a buy for me. Perhaps I should have played through the trial and given it a chance so I could comment on the game play itself, but I was just too put off by the theme. In all fairness, I would still recommend the game, if only to get a little different review on it. I think the game could have been more fun if the strategy to win territories would have been something other than fighting. I wish I could give it a better rating. Hopefully, another "fishy" will come along and give another review.

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