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Play through a sci-fi cooking competition show in Galactic Chef

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Thoughtquake Studios are currently developing Galactic Chef, a fun spin on cooking games with a sci-fi theme where you take part in a competitive cooking show.

Featuring procedural generation to make it meals fresh each time, along with plenty of voxels you will make up some fancy looking delights while being scored by alien judges on flavour, texture, ambition, technical execution, and the unique requirements of each challenge. It honestly sounds great with it being simulated quite a bit behind the scenes on how the different ingredients and their voxels react to heat, moisture, damage, and more.

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Want to try it early? The developer has early builds available on their Patreon.

Sounds like it will see regular upgrades as the developer mentions the gameplay will progress through seasons where you can earn new equipment, guest judges, ingredients, kitchen skins, and more. Sounds like updates will be free with no DLC or micro-transactions.

You can follow Galactic Chef on Steam.

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