Spice of Life: Carrot Edition mod is one of the most downloaded games on the Wii and has some very unique features that make it different. If you are familiar with the original game, you will be right at home, but if you are new to the series, this might be a bit confusing. The main story is about a boy who lives in a mine and has a green ghost that follows him around. You also have to feed the ghost carrots in order to gain levels and find items.
You can choose from several different foods as well as cook them to earn points. There are many recipes that you can try out such as the classic macaroni and cheese or frying up burgers and fries. The game is easy and fun, though I did experience some problems that made me quit early in the game. The graphics are a bit grainy when you are cooking something on the console and there is occasionally a small delay while the food is cooking. The music is not very loud and it doesn’t really feel like it adds any fun to the game.
One of the best parts of this mod is that you get to choose what type of challenges you want to try. The only problem I had with this part of the game is that the challenge that lets you cook something tasted horrible to me and I would not continue to play the game. Luckily there are other challenges you can try out and they are all fun. The most popular cooking challenge is the baked potato challenge, where you have to put together mashed potatoes into a shape of a potato. There are also many other challenges such as the pizza challenge and the burritos challenge.
One of the biggest complaints about the game is the fact that it lacks content. There are no levels, therefore you need to complete each level before you move on. Although, you can go back and replay levels as many times as you want, this seems like it would be more fun if you didn’t have to do this. With that said, there are a couple of exciting updates you can try out if you would like to have more of an excitement within the game. For example, there is now an update that will let you earn credits by cooking. These credits can then be used in the game’s shops for various items such as the new buns.
Although, the updates to Spice of Life: Carrot Edition was both welcome and needed, the game still has some rough edges. I would suggest getting the PC version if you really enjoy playing the game because the console version does not look that great. If you really love the game though, I would recommend getting the console because it looks much better.
Overall, I really enjoyed playing the game. It really added a lot to my life and I’m sure it would do the same for you. Don’t get stuck with having to use the same cooking ingredients over again because there are new recipes available. Spice up your game with the Carrot Edition.