Cooking Fever, a mobile game produced by the Lithuanian company Nordcurrent and launched last week, quickly reached top spots in US mobile applications charts.
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On 24 August, the iPhone version was at number 6 in the games category and the iPad version reached number 3 in all categories.

Cooking Fever is a free-to-play time-management game where players can try different international cuisines. Starting with fast-food, they can explore bakery, Chinese food, pizza and seafood, with more locations and tastes to come. Hundred ingredients provide opportunities to cook a huge variety of dishes.

The producers of the game have also announced that a Lithuanian version will be released soon.

Nordcurrent is an international publisher and developer of games for smartphones, tablets and PC. The studio is mostly known for its mobile game series 101-in-1 Games and Happy Chef.

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