First, she re-opened the Evans Bakery. Then she sent her grandparents on an exotic Hawaiian cruise. Now, Jill returns in a fantastic all-new cake-baking adventure! Help Jill's college friend run her posh rooftop bakery, rescue her old flame in his underwater theme park, or wind up in 4 other far-flung bakery locations, each with its own unique layout! Will Jill strive for fame, fortune, maybe even love? In Cake Mania 2, you decide which path Jill pursues, with each choice leading to new baking challenges and dilemmas in this fast-paced culinary crisis for the Nintendo DS.
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The sequel to the award-winning online PC hit Cake Mania from Sandlot Games that has been downloaded 35 million times worldwide and sold more than 280,000 units worldwide on the DS!
Includes more than 200 levels of baking and frosting madness
Brand new branching, non-linear storyline lets you decide which path Jill will take. Includes 6 possible endings!
Customize Jill's bakeries with 50 unique kitchen upgrades: Ovens, Shoes, Frosters, Display Stands, Microwaves, TVs, Toppers and Frosterators.
18 all-new demanding customers, ranging from Federal Agents to mysterious Aliens, keep Jill on her toes
10 deliciously different cake styles with 6 fabulous frostings
8 wild cake toppers for earning extra cash
See how you measure up in a new Endless Baking mode
Cake Mania 2 is rated
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Rose W from
Awsome Strategy GameI have always enjoyed games such as cake mania and diner dash, and I purchased this game the day it came out. What I really liked about the game is that it gives you choices on which path you want to take, which makes the game more personal. It also has awsome sound effects for each of the customers that enter the store, for example, with a kid comes into the store, the child is stating that you know only a child would say, so without you looking at the line, you know it is an impatient child. Also, for each of the levels, different types of customers enter which make the game even more exciting. Also, unlike Cake Mania 1, it has much cooler upgrades, such as different types of T.V's and a cookie maker. For example, once you upgrade the cookie maker, you upgrade the amount of cookies that it makes, the first one that you purchase only makes 3, and the upgrade makes 4. Also, it offers different type of ovens, each with different types of shapes that the cake can make. For example, one oven will have shapes 1,2,3, and 4, and another oven will have shapes 1,2,5, and 6, so not all the oven produce the same shapes making the game that much more challenging. The same apply's for the frosting machines-with differet colors, so its not just the old boring colors of purple, white, brown and red, you now have many different colors to choose from. And the topping for the cakes are so cute, but I will let you see those for yourself. :) The endless shift mode is not what you may think, which was kind of my dissapointment. As you may or may not recall, in diner dash's endless shift, it does not end untill you lose a certain amount of customers, but in this game, it ends just like a regular level, but it just keeps going on with the levels. So, that was definatly not what I expected from the endless shift, and I really was dissapointed. What I did not like about the game is that when many customers are present in the store, I like to chain react and when the character is close to the item that I want to make, a check mark is not there, so I am not sure if I pushed the correct button untill after the item is finished. Also, the buttons are very closer together and it is much easier to accidently push the wrong button even though you fully intended the right one, which gets very annoying. Other than the buttons being too close and not knowing what I pushed untill it is already made, this game is wonderful.