Cloverville is one of the “extra” towns in Kitchen Scramble. Players can choose to skip it, or can take on the challenge of completing it. This town appears to be focusing on Saint Patrick’s Day.
Chef Crisp: Play Cloverville for a limited time only! Earn special rewards, such as star tokens, and power ups or boosts, by passing each Good Luck Gate. If you pass the final gate, you’ll earn exciting powerups and boosters!
Chef Crisp: Time is running out……..Once Cloverville expires, you can no longer earn the rewards.
For whatever reason, Kitchen Scramble sometimes has really strange “typos” appear in the text that shows what a character is saying.
Chef Crisp: Cloverville requires Lucky coins, not Supplies, to play each level.
Chef Crisp: Friends can give you Lucky coins as a gift, or you can purchase Lucky coins from the store. Your Lucky coins supply will also replenish itself, but not as quickly as your Supplies do.
The “Friends” Chef Crisp is referencing are people who are on Facebook. I chose to leave Facebook a long time ago, and have no interest in returning to it. Kitchen Scramble will attempt to bribe players with Kitchen Cash if they choose to connect their Facebook account to the game. Really icky!
Chef Crisp: Once Cloverville expires, your Lucky coins will be gone, so try to use it all up.
This is what Cloverville looks like at the start. All of the levels (except for the first one) are locked. A player can unlock them by playing through each one and earning at least one star. There are two Token Gates that only accept the kind of Tokens that players can earn in Cloverville.
Chef Crisp: Welcome to Cloverville! It’s said you will never run out of luck here.
Pepper: This place is wonderful, I feel lucky already.
Chef Crisp: Hope you have something special for this festive day.
Pepper: Of course! You won’t be disappointed.
Chef Crisp: Well, good luck then!
Pepper is standing inside her food truck in Cloverville. She is making an awkward face because I only had a few seconds to take that screenshot before the first level started.
The inside of the food truck is decorated with various shades of green, and some clover decorations. The awning outside has dark green and light green stripes. The counter is a solid dark green. On the floor is a green top hat with a black band and gold buckle.
More appliances appear in upcoming levels of the game. This screenshots shows what you start with.
New recipes for Level 1 are:
Mint Ice Cream
Mint Chocolate Shake
Creamy Avocado Soup
I was hoping that Cloverville, which certainly appears to be focused on celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, would include recipes of Irish food. I wanted to see corned beef and cabbage, colcannon, Irish soda bread, and perhaps a dark drink that could be presumed to be a pint of Guinness.
Instead, Kitchen Scramble has Pepper serving foods that are green in color. The mint ice cream might be popular in March. The mint chocolate shake reminds me of the Shamrock Shake from McDonalds. None of these are actually Irish foods, and I found that disappointing.
Things did not improve with the recipes added to upcoming levels. Plenty of mint-flavored foods, but nothing even close to Irish food. Whoever chose these recipes clearly didn’t have any Irish relatives.
I got two stars in Level 1 of Cloverville!
New recipes for Level 2 are:
Mint Chocolate Pie
Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies
I got two stars on Level 2 of Cloverville!
New recipes for Level 3 are:
Min Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
The first word in its description should be “Mini”, not “Min”. The game designers didn’t have enough room to put the word “Mini” in there, so they just chopped off the last letter of “Mini” and figured people wouldn’t notice.
To me, this recipe looks like two mint flavored chocolate cookies on a plate. Go back and look at the recipe above this one that looks like a bowl full of mint-flavored ice cream. That one is called Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies. I think somebody got confused and gave those two recipes the wrong titles.
I left the typo in this one. There are times when I feel like the creators of Kitchen Scramble either cut corners to push out Cloverville as quickly as possible – or that English is not their first language. What we have here is a drink that resembles one of those “Refreshers” from Starbucks.
To make the MInt Cooler, the player must put a mint and a lemon into a mixer. I cannot explain why the drawing of the MInt Cooler clearly shows kiwi fruit. It is not possible for the player to add a kiwi fruit to the drink – because that item does not appear in Cloverville.
I got three stars in Level 3 of Cloverville.
New recipes for Level 4 are:
Mint Chocolate Ice Cream Ball
I got two stars on Level 4 of Cloverville!
There are no new recipes for Level 5.
I got two stars on Level 5 of Cloverville.
I was now halfway done with Cloverville.
To pass through the first Token Gate, a player must have at least ten Cloverville Tokens. I had exactly ten of them, and was able to pass through the Gate to the second half of Cloverville.
Passing through a Token Gate gives players some rewards. The rewards I got were 3 Instant Dishes, 3 Golden Spatulas, and 3 items that (temporarily) upgrade all of your appliances.
I got three gold stars in Level 6 of Cloverville!
Pepper is standing in the middle of her Cloverville food truck. I used one of the rewards I got from passing through the first Token Gate to (temporarily) upgrade my appliances. The mixer and the pot are the only ones that I had already upgraded to gold.
At the top of that screenshot, there is a little box that requires the player to serve at least four servings of Avocado Toast. Making it is easy (by this point in the game). The problem is the game doesn’t always give you enough customers to fulfill that requirement.
I got one star on Level 7 of Cloverville!
I got three stars in Level 8 of Cloverville!
I got one star in Level 9 of Cloverville!
I got two stars on Level 10 of Cloverville!
This level required players to serve at least five servings of Mint Chocolate Pie to customers. The game made that super difficult by only allowing the player to lose three customers (total). If I remember correctly, it took me more than one attempt to succeed in Level 10.
I earned a total of ten stars in the second half of Cloverville. It was exactly how many Tokens I needed in order to pass through the second Token Gate.
The second Token Gate in Cloverville also required the player to have ten Tokens. I earned a total of ten Tokens across the five levels in the second half of Cloverville, and was able to pass through the gate.
The rewards for passing through the second Token Gate in Cloverville included: 5 Heart Blasts (which can be used to make grumpy customers happier), 5 Fire Extinguishers (which prevent food from burning), and 5 hourglasses (which give players more time to play).
This is what Cloverville looked like after I had finished it. Each level has either one, two, or three stars. Each Token Gate has been opened. It took me a while before I could sort out how to make all of the recipes that are specific to this Kitchen Scramble town. Overall, I feel like Cloverville was a bit easier to complete than Loveville was.
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