Street Food Tycoon (iPhone app) Reviews
Product Type: Kuyi Mobile software for handheld and PDAs
Description:Kuyi Mobile / A game for the iPhone, tycoon style play.
Newest Review: ... to purchase coins to upgrade your play through the game, but as usual I found these to be pretty pointless as you gain them ... more
Customer Street Food Tycoon (iPhone app) Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/10/12 (Very useful, 185 readings)
Streetfood Tycoon was the latest app that I found for my iPad through just random browsing through the App Store. For once it was a restaurant style game that wasn't just a demo but a full game for free, so I downloaded it purely just to try it out because it was free and because I play a ridiculous amount of tycoon games. There isn't an age limit to the game, and it is a pretty easy game as most of it is based around the pictures that customers display. I'd say anyone 5 and over would be able to play this game. It is free, however there is also the option to purchase coins to upgrade your play through the game, but as usual I found these to be pretty ... Read the complete review
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