Tracey John at attended a preview event held in the Food Network Kitchens this week and got to see Cook or Be Cooked first-hand. wired-logo 2

Iron Chef Michael Symon says: “From someone who cooks every day of their life, I think they nailed it.”

Kwing’s updated review of Ghostbusters for the Wii contains a ton of extra co-op footage with Mrs. Kwing playing along and commenting.

If you haven’t picked up the game yet, watch these two have a blast with it and then go buy it!

High praise from Worth Playing in regards to our version of Ghostbusters.

“Though it’s easy to assume that the Wii version of Ghostbusters is the “lesser” version at first glance, this is one book you don’t want to judge by its cover.”


Amazing handiwork!

July 25, 2009

On the Live ‘n Learn blog, artist Lorilee Kopp constructed a pair of Mushroom Men for her children.

“The caps are made of turned cherry… Bark armor and little backpacks all wool felted.”

They are outstanding!


arstechnica Ben Kuchera at Ars Technica interviewed programmer/designer James Clarendon and Art Director Kris Taylor for an article delving into how the Wii’s strengths can make an amazing alternate version of a title that isn’t just a dumbed-down port of a Xbox360/PS3 title.

Cook or Be Cooked has made tremendous progress over the past few months. All content has been implemented in some form or another, and now it’s time to polish and tweak and fix until the game is really shiny.

Jeff and Jason pore over a profile of the engine to squeeze out as much performance as possible.

Playtesting Testers Liz and Mike go head-to-head in a cooking challenge.
Back in Gl33k’s offices, Evan and Matt lay down some mellow, jazzy tracks for the background music of Cook or Be Cooked. Tunes
Working diligently Ricky waits patiently for the Infernal Engine to build pod files so he can preview his latest fixes on the NDEV (Wii developer hardware).
Game Dork Doug Elfman points to the latest numbers from Blockbuster which report that Ghostbusters for Xbox360, PS3 and Wii all made it into Blockbuster’s top ten list.

Update: Two weeks in a row!

Justin Engelmann at shares his thoughts on Ghostbusters for the Wii.’s Kyle Sukys calls Ghostbusters for the Wii “a must buy.” examiner

Cooking fun

July 1, 2009

Cooking fun, originally uploaded by Red Fly Studio.

Everyone is checking out George’s latest level for Cook or Be Cooked. Constructing layers of lasagna in real life can be a little tedious, but thanks to the magic of video games, it’s quite entertaining when done with a Wii Remote and Nunchuck.