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10th October 2017 at 3:48 am #207222
Ok, I am level 9 and I haven’t found a single flipping chainsaw, I’m so packed if I level up I won’t be able to fit m next chef in!!! RAWR!4th February 2018 at 2:17 pm #233449
Angela, you are not recieving them because they are not dishes, they are recipe cards. I was having the same confusion until I learned this today. They can be used at the academy (which must be built) to upgrade your dishes.16th September 2018 at 7:38 pm #248433
I agree. I have been playing for a couple of months and have yet to. Find a chainsaw. The upgrade tools take up too much space and I cannot even expand my restaurant beyond the 1st 2 squares.
I am. Constantly being made to buy chefs I don’t have room for, or my tables will all be stuck waiting on the food from a chef I don’t own.
The game is frustrating me more than anything now, I am tempted to Uninstal.
Make upgrades & expansions easier. The game is just not as fun when all you can do is wait…10th October 2018 at 3:29 am #249779
Anyone who needs help or tips please feel free to send me a friend request.19th October 2018 at 8:35 pm #250222
All of this. I remember when the items needed for expansion were much more common and land was purchased via coins. Then everything becomes impossible. I can see why the developers thought the items needed to be harder to get, because sometimes they dropped like crazy and they flooded the market, but they fine-tuned it to the point where it has become utter nonsense with how rare things are. And by turning land purchases to hard-to-find items, there’s now an influx of coins. I don’t feel the need to save up anymore because there’s so little to spend it on, and the wait for the next chef just allows it to build up all the more. There’s no excitement in buying things because it’s just an exasperated sigh with the phrase, “Now I can FINALLY buy this darn thing.” only for the wait begins all over again as the coins pile high. With how slow progression is now, it gives the impression that there’s not much to do in the game, which causes people to turn away.
By the way, adding new chefs worth hundreds of gems each doesn’t help either, especially since the only way to get gems without real money is by watching adds that don’t guarantee anything that might actually be useful.