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Onion Cook

by Pat Kemp - Jam Entry

Cook some onions!

Directions:

1) Turn on the stove and set your heat using the slider.
2) Once you think the pan is hot enough, click the "Add onions" button to drop some diced onions into the pan.
3) Click and drag the pan's handle to move it around. Use your expert pan-handling skills to stir and flip the onions as they cook.
4) Toss the cooked onions onto the nearby plate and click the "Serve" button when you are satisfied.

There's no evaluation on how well you cooked your onions, but if you tweet a screen cap of them to @pat_of_kemp, I will give you my personal appraisal.

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Ratings

#2207Coolness10%

Comments

treegemmer says ...
Apr 18, 2016 @ 7:07pm

Pretty awesome. Difficult to get them to turn over with the pan shape. I spilled a lot because of this. Would love to be able to keep adding more onions. Also wanted to see burning onions that fell in the flames. Also really needs soundfx and cooking music.

Le_Sarus says ...
Apr 19, 2016 @ 3:07pm

Nice little game, silly but fun

Sean says ...
Apr 19, 2016 @ 4:44pm

This was a neat little game!

If you're planning on doing any post-jam edits, you should definitely add some nice sizzling sounds! Adding some rotation to the pan physics might make it a bit more challenging too.

Ellian says ...
Apr 20, 2016 @ 11:41pm

Man, I wish this had some kind of sound because it's actually kind of great, in that silly way. As simple as it is, I enjoyed cooking these onions. :)

medidog says ...
Apr 28, 2016 @ 3:50am

I love silly games! Great entry! :D

Big Cow says ...
Apr 28, 2016 @ 9:39pm

This was great! Nice use of physics as part of the challenge. Great sense of humor as well. It was hilarious when I served one square of onion and it said You Did It! Id love to see a game like this like this with lots of mini games where you must serve different foods. Even better make it competitive cooking so friends can play with onions flying everywhere! Well done -RS

AngerFork says ...
Apr 28, 2016 @ 11:28pm

Getting them to turn was super difficult, but still fun. Loved that I got to serve my guests a plate of onion chunk!

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