game language: English
game release date for PS4:
I'm Hungry is a funny simulator, in which we get a chance to play the role of a person running a small gastronomic stand with fast food. The game was developed with virtual reality technology in mind (works with PlayStation VR goggles). Developers from the Winking Entertainment studio (authors of the Unearthing Mars series) are responsible for creating and releasing this production.
We play the role of a gastronomic stand employee who offers various kinds of treats - fries, ice cream, waffles or burgers. Observing the action from the first person perspective, we prepare meals that our customers want and give them back to them, accepting payment in return. The interface is based on movement control technology - we have to observe the surrounding environment and choose the right objects. The game does not offer the possibility of walking.
Our fast food can be located in an amusement park or a small town. The production consists of several levels, which pose more and more challenges to the players, forcing them to work quickly and efficiently. During the game we also receive special tasks that allow us to earn more money or offer additional prizes.
An interesting function is a simplified calorie counter - real calories from the real world. While doing virtual work we can see how much energy it costs us and in some cases we can get tired quite solidly - especially in the second half of the game, when the levels become more difficult and you actually have to wind up.
It is worth noting that the title has a limited network functionality - the results achieved by the players are listed on a special table, which allows you to compare your achievements with others.
In I'm Hungry, we can only play alone. The game offers two single player modes - Career and Endless. In the first case, we are able to gradually invest in our stand thanks to the money we receive from our clients. The second module offers unlimited fun for an unlimited period of time and is dedicated to more demanding players.
I'm Hungry has a nice, three-dimensional graphic design. The creators did not strive for realism - instead, the colourful, slightly comic book-like style was used, which is good at hiding various technical weaknesses. Using virtual reality technology, the title offers a level of immersion not available for traditional titles. The production works with PlayStation VR goggles and Move controller (both of which are required for the game to run).