Next week, there will be a free game for all players on the Epic Games Store. after all of Void Bastards strategic shooter plus Yooka-Laylee’s open world platform Get it for free and it will be a puzzle game from August 26, 2021 car maker Give it away for free on the Epic Store. As always, a prerequisite for a free download is an account with the Epic Games Store or the Store software must be installed.
The indie game, first published in July 2019, is developed by Hermes Interactive and published by Team17. In the resource management game, players design kitchens and software machines. This creates fully automated restaurants. In addition to resource management, room management also plays a central role. There is also a scenario to be resolved. Pocket Gamer gave the title four out of five possible points. The 350 reviews on Steam are also largely positive.
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Due to the age of Automachef, the system requirements are limited. Windows 10 is recommended as an operating system, but the standalone game can also be run under Windows 7. At least Intel Core i5-2300 or AMD A8-5600K must be installed for the CPU. However, an Intel Core i5-4460 or Ryzen 3 2200G processor would be preferable. The main memory should be 4 GB and better 8 GB. A GeForce GTX 550 Ti or Radeon HD 7770 is sufficient as a graphics card, in this case GeForce 950 or Radeon R9290 is recommended. The recommendation for hard disk space is 6 GB.
Even if Automachef is a lesser known indie title, you can easily spend several hours playing the puzzle game. The fun will definitely drop in the long run, but it’s worth adding the title to your personal library.
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