Lemon Cake Reviews

Lemon Cake is ranked in the -1th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
75 / 100
Oct 6, 2022

Cute and fun for a period of time, Lemon Cake is a familiar comfort food. Small slices taste good, but consuming the whole cake in a few bites is just going to give your stomach the rumblies.

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GameSpew
Top Critic
6 / 10.0
Oct 5, 2022

Don’t expect Lemon Cake to blow you away. Management sims come much better and more sophisticated than this elsewhere. But if you like to keep things simple and have fond memories of playing the likes of Diner Dash, then this will scratch that nostalgic itch deep inside of you. Sure, it’s repetitive, but sometimes a straightforward, goal-oriented game to switch off with is all we need.

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8 / 10
Oct 19, 2022

Lemon Cake is a wonderfully charming career simulation suitable for anyone with a sweet tooth. This game has plenty to offer and plenty of play time to fatten you up with gaming goodness. It has a great pace, soothing music and nothing ever becomes overcomplicated. It’s an easy recommendation to the fan of the casual sim genre.

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75 / 100
Oct 5, 2022

I like Lemon Cake and what it's offering: It's not really a wholesome game even if it looks like one. Everyday life in a bakery can get stressful after all. It's really fun though to see the bakery grow. I have a bad feeling about the high price of the console versions though.

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NaviGames
Topocart
6.5 / 10.0
Sep 30, 2022

An entertaining game, in which the simplicity and its artistic style can give you a good portion of fun.

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8 / 10.0
Oct 1, 2022

Lemon Cake Is a fantastic but hectic cooking simulator. Can you renovate this rundown bakery? Appease the customers, upgrade the equipment, and make everyone happy. With plenty of recipes on offer and loads of ingredients to grow, you must work hard, plan in advance, and stay calm.

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Liked-a-lot
Sep 30, 2022

Lemon Cake is cute and addictive. The basic loop is enjoyable, and there’s a diverse spread of goodies from chocolate croissants and caramel flan to cakes and crumbles. But it’s a slow grind and doesn’t introduce new mechanics along the way. So it won’t engage everyone to the very end, but it’s still keeping my interest. Even when I think I’m spending too much time on this game, I keep returning for more baked goodness. Recommended for fans of time-management games like Diner Dash and Overcooked.

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