Overcooked From Team 17 Comes to GeForce Now

Looking for some Couch Co-op? Love to Cook? Yell at the top of your lungs to deliver the food? Love Indie Games? Then Overcooked is for you! Wanna just watch the trailer just see below but if you wanna read continue on.

 

This casual arcade/action game comes to you from publisher Team17, the folks behind the long-running Worms strategy game series. If you’re familiar at all with those games you know you’re in for a side-splitting good time with OvercookedOvercooked is a co-op focused cooking game designed for up to four players to enjoy together – preferably on the living room couch. You and your fellow chefs are challenged with serving up a variety of orders to customers that are big on hunger and short on patience.

 

Each kitchen presents its own challenges from traditional to pirate ship to moving trucks! You and your team must work together, and think on your feet, to keep customers happy and put up that big score and advance to the next challenging level. As you play you’ll unlock new levels, new chef characters and new competitive challenges – such as one that allows two teams of two players to face off against each other.

After buying this game on launch when it came to Xbox One and putting many painful but fun hours into it I can easily say it’s a hidden gem in the community and if you haven’t played it yet grab a friend or 3 and have some fun with Overcooked it will be well worth every cent for the laughs and moments you’ll have.

The game is available in the GeForce NOW store for $11.38, which is a 33% savings over the regular retail price of $16.99. This price is good through April 4, 2017, and purchase includes unlimited streaming rights on SHIELD along with a digital download code you can use on Steam. Overcooked is rated E for Everyone by the Entertainment Software Rating Board. If you don’t already own one, pick up an NVIDIA SHIELD TV today.

Anthony Garera

Anthony is usually tinkering with everything and anything because there's always one more thing to do, reviewing games and apps and complaining about things normal people don't think about.

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