Gourmania 3

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Why stop at having seconds? Dig into a third helping of hidden object fun in Gourmania 3: Zoo Zoom.




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Help Victoria patch things up with her estranged father by launching a chain of exotic restaurants. Find the ingredients for spicy fajitas at Tres Amigos, or prepare a mouthwatering Greek Salad at Aesop's Tables! From pouring hot java at Bean Me Up to serving ice-cold treats at Beaches and Cream, there's never a dull moment as you work quickly to please your customers and increase your profits! Between levels, build a zoo featuring the five animals on Victoria's family crest. Try the free trial version or download the full version of Gourmania 3: Zoo Zoom today.
  • More than 80 levels
  • Over 15 restaurants
  • More than 500 recipes
  • Casual and Expert modes
  • Five mini-quests


Mac Requirements Minimum Supported Will It Run?
Mac OS X10.5.8Download the MacGameStore App to compare your Mac's information in real-time.

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64bit SupportNo
CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed1.7 GHz
System RAM256 MB
Drive SpaceUnknown
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny

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  1. A bit of a fail
    by Moo, France - Dec 15th 2014

    I've only played the original gourmania and this one…the zoo gets a tedious and the restaurants repetitive. The graphics especially the food scenes are way better than the original but overall the first gourmania wins hands down in terms of keeping your interest. This is very much for children in terms of the zoo and the ease of the restaurants

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  2. Gourmania 3
    by Chris B, Australia - Sep 2nd 2014

    Zoos nimals and food what more could you want.

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  3. Mixed
    by Susan E Simon, USA - Oct 31st 2013

    I really like the hawk and the animations especially at the beginning before the zoo starts littering up the previously beautiful screen. It's like Gardenscapes-it's a pleasure to just watch. But the zoo that you build bit by bit (that promises to be enticingly fun to create, like Gardenscapes, isn't because in fact the picture gets uglier and uglier as you proceed. It just doesn't come together to make something that becomes increasingly pretty. Might as well have a game where you build a parking over a meadow. It would be as engaging a task as this is. Also you put five zoo animals into it and the worst thing is that at regular intervals the screen lights up with exclamation points and the animals have to be fed. You have to do this in order to remove the exclamation points. (If you opt to ignore them, they destroy the view of the zoo which is at least in theory the best thing about the game.) The tasks involved in feeding the animals are unchanging and completely uninteresting and you have to do them again and again. Also they are redundant. You have to click on the scythe for example to cut the grass. Then you have to click on the grass to move it inventory. Then you have click on it again to move it to the feeding trough. Again and again and again. It's so annoying. However, I'm giving this three stars because of the beginning artwork and because the hidden object variation in it is genuinely good.

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