Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop Gets A Physical Release Date May 16th, eShop Release May 18th (3DS)

If your 3DS is lacking some more Cooking Mama then you’ll be glad to hear that Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop will be ready to be served to you in May. You have a choice of flavours though; a meaty boxed retail version will launch on May 16th and the digital copy will be available to devour via the 3DS eShop on May 18th. Check out the trailer below to wet your appetite:

In a press release today Nintendo stated the following:

Los Angeles, CA – April 5, 2017 – Rising Star Games today announced that Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop is confirmed for retail box release on May 16 in North America, with a digital release set for May 18 on the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. In partnership with Japanese development studio Office Create, gamers will create a myriad of sweet treats and dazzling desserts in the fun and adorable style of the beloved Cooking Mama series.

With over 60 different recipes to create, spread throughout 160 different mini-games, players use the stylus to slice, stir, bake and decorate their creations – you can even use the microphone to blow and cool your delicacies! Create a wide assortment of delicious looking sweets and puddings, and serve customers in the shop to keep them happy. The more sweets you create and complete, the more your shop expands. You may even trigger a special event! Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop also features a competitive multiplayer mode for two to four players – challenge your friends and see who can make the tastiest treats. And just like always, don’t worry if you make a mistake – Mama will fix it for you!

Developed by Office Create and published by Rising Star Games, Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop will release at physical retail and digitally in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS in May 2017. The retail packaged version of Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop will be exclusively distributed in North America by Crescent Marketing Inc. For more information follow Rising Star Games on Twitter and visit the official Rising Star Games website



    1. For good reason. They are actually pretty good and utilize the hardware perfectly.

      My 4 year old daughter will love this with all the cakes and lollies.

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