A downloadable game for Windows
Food Maze is an accessible sokoban puzzle game.
Push your ingredients cell by cell to cauldrons by respecting the recipes.
Most of the levels have a secondary goal to offer more difficulty to players who want them, and complete them will unlock some even more complex secret levels. And there are several paths to allow you to move forward even if you get stuck on a level.
Discover more than 50 levels in 4 different environments, where each ingredient have its own different gameplay feature.
For the players completely blocked, an official solution is available on the youtube channel of the studio https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA05uUV_i4RdkJGCIlNynNTScqrnN3qNA .
The game is available in English, French, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese and German.
Also available on Steam : https://store.steampowered.com/app/2273820/Food_Maze/?beta=0
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $5.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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make a steam version of this
Hello the game is already available on Steam but I forgot the link in the description 😅 https://store.steampowered.com/app/2273820/Food_Maze/?beta=0
cool game :)
Lovely game (I purchased on Steam, as I had forgotten it would be released on itch.io, too)!
Is there a way to start from scratch?
I tried a few levels, but now I would like to start fresh to record my playthrough. It seems there is no save file, but all is in the registry, which always makes it hard to reset.
Hello! Thank you for buying the game :)
I'm sorry but at the moment there is no clean way to reset the save (maybe in a futur patch), you can only do it with the Windows registry window by deleting the file "FirstGame" in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Simon Delavenne\Food Maze (No need to delete other file) and then restart the game and select world 1, the save will be reset :/
It would be so nice if you do a playthrough!
Thank you for making the game!
And nice, that works. :)
I would like to have a clean way to reset, though.
Also, I would really like to be able to go to the level select screen by using the 'A' button instead of 'Select' (and also to continue from tutorial screens). It would feel more natural for me, as 'A' would just be confirm/proceed as in many other puzzle games.Having to press 'B' to close the tutorial page and 'Select' to proceed from a finished level feels unnecessarily complicated.
I hope I'll find the time to do the playthrough!