Mobile game Cooking Fever breaks 100 million downloads

Press Release ( - VILNIUS, Lithuania - Sep 22, 2016 - Cooking Fever, the most popular time management cooking game for smartphones and tablets, has crossed 100 million downloads mark since its release two years ago. The game has been released on all mobile platforms and recently launched for PC on Windows store. The number of available restaurants has grown from initial 5 to 16, with the latest update adding a new Alpine Resort location and a new restaurant that was most requested by fans – BBQ Grill.

Also, beginning from June, developer Nordcurrent has started a massive push into major Asian markets – China, Japan and South Korea. The combined efforts of internal team and Asian marketing agencies helped a rebranded Cooking Fever rapidly gain popularity in each market and reach top charts positions. The game reached top 50 in China iOS game download chart, and broke into top 10 in Korean and Japanese iOS game download charts. Cooking Fever has also been rapidly advancing in Top Grossing charts across all three markets.

“We are very glad to continuously expand Cooking Fever brand and reach new audiences”, said Victoria Trofimova, CEO of Nordcurrent. “We are really happy to offer the opportunity to play our addictive cooking game in different regions and countries.”

About Nordcurrent
Nordcurrent is an international developer and publisher of casual and free-to-play games for smartphones, tablets and PC. Established in 2002, Nordcurrent developed and released such popular game series as 101-in-1 Games and Happy Chef. For more information about Nordcurrent please visit or

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