Papa's Freezeria, which can be found at silvergames.com, is a great game! It's a cute little restaurant based time management game, animated in a fun cartoon style.
After choosing to play a male or female character, and entering your name, an amusing intro movie plays. In it, your character sees an advertisement hiring for a job in an ice cream shop located on an island, which is supposed to be an easy and stress free position. After accepting the job, however, a cruise ship docks, and tons of tourists start heading to the restaurant.
Uh oh, time to get to work!
Unlike many other games of this type, in Papa's Freezeria, there are an abundance of options for what your customers can order, from the very beginning of the game. Customers can order a small, medium, or large milkshake to be made with strawberries, blue berries, or peanut butter cups, and with either chocolate or vanilla ice cream. The customer also chooses how much or little you should blend the ingredients, and what toppings to put on afterward.
Toppings include whipped cream, chocolate or strawberry syrup, sprinkles, nuts, cherries, and more! And the best part is, as you continue playing the game, even more options open up for you, which means that you won't get bored - there's all sorts of variety!
Every time you fill a customer's order, the customer will rate your service on several different levels, giving you a rating from zero to one hundred on how accurately you completed their order. These four ratings, which include building the milkshake correctly, mixing it properly, and more, are then averaged together to give you your total customer rating, and this determines how much you make in tips! Tips are used to upgrade the items in your shop, and to purchase new decorations.
Once you begin to make your way through the levels, you'll notice that more and more customers are coming to your ice cream shop in the course of a day. You can take multiple orders at once, but make sure you don't mix up the orders! It will also be important to get your customers their order in a timely fashion. This is especially important when you start seeing customers that the game calls ‘closers’. A closer will be much more strict with how they rate the accuracy and speed with which you fill their order.