Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop, create delicious looking sweets and puddings (Video)

Rising Star Games today announced it has entered into a partnership with Japanese development studio Office Create, to bring the latest iteration of the internationally beloved Cooking Mama franchise to systems in the Nintendo 3DS™ family. Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop is scheduled for release in April, in the USA, Canada, South America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Middle East.

In Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop players make and create a wide assortment of delicious looking sweets and puddings, and serve customers in the shop to keep them happy! There are 60 different recipes to create by taking part in over 160 different mini-games. Players use the Nintendo 3DS™ stylus and even the microphone to cool, slice, stir, bake and decorate their creations. And just like always, don’t worry if you make a mistake – Mama will fix it for you!

Sweets can be arranged and displayed in the sweet shop, to provide to your customers and to keep them happy. The more sweets you create and complete, the more your shop expands. You may even trigger a special event! Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop also features a competitive multiplayer mode for two to four players – challenge your friends and see who can make the tastiest treats.

“We are thrilled to welcome Cooking Mama into our ever-growing portfolio of kids and family titles”, said Lee Skittrell, Marketing Manager at Rising Star Games. “Partnering with such an esteemed developer on such a cherished and established entertainment brand reinforces our commitment to entertain and delight gamers of all kinds.”

“We are honoured that so many players around the world have taken Mama to their hearts”, said the Cooking Mama Development Team. “We are thrilled to be able to bring the latest Cooking Mama experience to fans and newcomers alike, with the release of Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop.”

Developed by Office Create and published by Rising Star Games, Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop will release at physical retail and digitally on systems in the Nintendo 3DS™ family in April 2017.