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  1. Nov 7, 2012
    7
    The first thing that came to mind playing the game was of the classic Tapper or Root Beer Tapper. A early arcade game where you slid drinks down a bar to serve ever more thirsty customers. Anyone of a certain age will remember this game, Google it, if you are not sure. Essentially iCarly Groovy Foodie! is a modern day version of this. Instead of sliding beer it's food. Bright colourful graphics, with fast arcade action gameplay. Like a lot of movie or TV game tie ins, it helps if you are a fan of the show. Anyone who watches the show, would I am sure get many hours of fun out of the game. If you have never seen the show I would suggest you need to like quick reaction based games, to enjoy it. My daughter has put 7 hours into it so far and is still enjoying it. So for its target audience it ticks the right boxes. Collapse
  2. Nov 7, 2012
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    The first thing that came to mind playing the game was of the classic Tapper or Root Beer Tapper. A early arcade game where you slid drinks down a bar to serve ever more thirsty customers. Anyone of a certain age will remember this game, Google it, if you are not sure. Essentially iCarly Groovy Foodie! is a modern day version of this. Instead of sliding beer it's food. Bright colourful graphics, with fast arcade action gameplay. Like a lot of movie or TV game tie ins, it helps if you are a fan of the show. Anyone who watches the show, would I am sure get many hours of fun out of the game. If you have never seen the show I would suggest you need to like quick reaction based games, to enjoy it. My daughter has put 7 hours into it so far and is still enjoying it. So for its target audience it ticks the right boxes. Collapse

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