Pizza Chef 2

  • Fast-paced gameplay
  • Awesome bonuses and upgrades
  • Become a Pizza Chef!
  • Play Pizza Chef
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 256
  • DiretX : 7.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 48

Review for game Pizza Chef 2

Run a chain of classy restaurants and cook like a real professional in Pizza Chef 2, a fun and exciting Match 3 game! Serve clients and earn coins that you can invest back into your restaurant to make your business grow! Keep the clientele happy as you go from a small pizza caf, to a chain of upscale restaurants in the big city! Work as quickly as you can in Pizza Chef 2 and create the perfect pizza!

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Genre : Arcade & Action

Test your hand and eye skills with quick action and challenging levels.

Date release

May 17, 2010

Game Rank

3646 points

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A Little Bit of Everything
January 30, 2012

This is a match 3, part HO, and Puzzle.. You have to match the ingredients to cook the orders, while keeping an eye on your customers moods, and serving as many orders "fast" as you can. Some customers come back looking for things they lost, while others are having a "celebration or party" you have to find their lost items and serve the large parties their food and in order to do so you have to cook all the food simultaneously or the food won't cook. It's actually a pretty cool game. The music keeps in tune with what's going on. It has an interesting story line, but I only played the trial so I have no clue how things turn out. I would recommend this game to anyone who likes variety.

Great Hidden Object Game
December 15, 2011

I just love to play this game, it' fun because I love to cook and I picked this game because of my love of cooking. I play this probably more than all the other games I have downloaded.

Nice mixture of different games to play in one game!
January 30, 2012

I had alot of fun with the first Pizza Chef, so I really liked this one too!! You run a pizza store and have to make Match 3's to clear the board to "cook" your pizzas (you have to make enough space to place the pizzas in the open spaces on the board). In addition, you get Hidden Object Scenes to do in between! So it's a great mixture of different games, and it's not so challenging that it drives you nuts!! Great replay value too! Enjoy!!

Pizza Chef 2
January 30, 2012

This is a nice combination of several types of games - time management, match three, and strategy. There are a variety of rewards and challenges.

Pizza Chef 2 - fun to play and will make you hungry, lol
January 30, 2012

This game reminds me of Restaurant Rush which I loved. This is a combination of time management and match 3 and some (in small part) puzzles. It is fun to play and challenging to get expert on every level. It is the kind of game you can leave and come back to over and over. A real steal for the daily deal.

really fun, but not fully playable on macs w built-in mouse pads
December 17, 2012

This game is a fun combination of match-three and time management/strategy games with a spatial twist. Fast-paced, absorbing, all-around fun! graphics: adorable, colourful, easy to see. storyline: boooring! gameplay: you use match-three to clear columns and rows on the stove, then you place customers' food choices in these cleared spaces.These food items are cooked and automatically delivered to customers, hopefully before they get angry! Upgrades are in the form of lots of different food items, each with its own shape, that can be added to your menu. There are 70 levels. You earn one of several ratings for each level (including the all-important expert rating, all based on your completion time) and the game tracks how long it took you to complete each level so you can try to beat your top time score. Mini-games are also featured after every five or six levels completed. my interaction: one hour demo. A very engaging game, but really REALLY frustrating if you (like me) only have a built-in mousepad because you must be able to right-click to rotate pieces -- this is the reason I gave it four stars rather than five. In addition to the game's mouse problem, I did not like the mini-games: they felt like an interruption to the overall momentum of the game. :( With those exceptions, I think this is totally an absorbing game that is fun for the entire family. I like this game so much that I am tempted to go out to purchase a mouse that allows me to right-click. Highly recommended -- well, if you can right-click your mouse!

Stupidly Addictive
March 2, 2012

I'm not exactly sure what I found so addictive about this game. It certainly wasn't the story - which was boring enough to start skipping. I think it was the Match 3 elements combined with the time management combined with jigsaw puzzle elements. I haven't found any games like this, but I usually don't gravitate toward match 3 so there may be others out there... I also tend to like games that are not too easy the first time through, but that I can master with practice. So you must match the food items in columns and rows to turn the stove 'on'. Then you place the different shaped food into the tiles that are 'on' to cook them before the customers become irritated by the wait. There are loads of upgrades and different dishes - each with it's own unique shape. There are mini games about every five levels as well. The hidden object mini games I didn't like, but the coking ones I did. There is a total of 70 levels and an top ten list of times so you can try to beat your previous score. You can get an 'expert' rating on every level.

This game is interesting and addictive
January 11, 2014

I found this game awhile ago and I loved it than so when re played to demo again I fell in love with it once again.

Tons of Fun!
December 17, 2012

A great combination of Match 3, Time management, and Strategy, this game won me over despite my general dislike of TM games. The customers don't get too impatient too quickly, giving you time to play the match three and light up some stoves to cook orders. Matching three lights the stoves under the match, and the tiles drop down often forming more matches on the way. Cooking the food means placing it on the lit stoves, regardless of what tiles are currently sitting on the lit stoves, those tiles will reappear after the food is cooked and the underlying stoves are turned off again. Match 4 to light up a whole row, Match 5 for bonus upgrade coins, and there are other special matches to make things more interesting. The time management element didn't feel so bad given that customers were reasonably patient. You had time to fill orders without worrying that your customers were all about to bail on you. Buying upgrades is a huge part of the fun in between levels. There are new recipes, restaurant decor, and special items all to upgrade and help you do even better making money for the restaurant. Occasionally the whole restaurant changes, but the game is the same, just new tile sets, some more upgrades to buy, and more fun to be had. Side games came every 4 to 6 levels and were a welcome break from the match 3 rounds. They included puzzle rounds of matching the food to the ovens, and hidden object scenes "I lost my banana peel, can you find it for me?" It didn't take finishing the whole demo for me to know this game was a good buy, my only worry is that I'm going to finish the 70 or so levels too fast, and have nothing more to do but earn all those difficult trophies to call myself a true pizza chef master!

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