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Lithuanian studios' Nordcurrent popular mobile game Cooking Fever launched for Android devices and appeared on Google Play store homepage worldwide.
Žaidimas "Cooking Fever"
Žaidimas "Cooking Fever"
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Cooking Fever Android version was launched more than a week ago and was featured on Google Play homepage in 70 countries, from the biggest markets like the USA, Canada and Russia to emerging markets in South America and Africa. During this period the game was downloaded by more than one million users and in total more than 15 million players already tried this food preparation game from Lithuania.

Lithuanian home market was the first to get the Android version earlier and here the game's popularity already caught up with Apple version which was released six months ago and still remains in top 50 download charts.

According to Nordcurrent CEO Victoria Trofimova, Cooking Fever has a real chance to become the most popular game in company's history. It already surpassed two previous popular games from similar Happy Chef series and with constant updates and plans to release a Windows version the player number might get larger than the long-lasting public favourite 101-in-1 Games series'.

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