Delicious – Emily’s Road Trip Review!

“Climb aboard for a nostalgic road trip with Emily and her family in the latest Delicious time management game – Delicious – Emily’s Road Trip!

Travel through the American heartland along Route 66 and discover what is truly important in life. Sometimes it’s not the destination, but the journey and those who make the journey with you.

In your new favorite time management game, Delicious – Emily’s Road Trip, Emily’s summer vacation plans have fallen through. Also, Patrick is struggling with his career as a florist. It’s time to get away from it all and take a trip to remember!

Patrick fixes up Emily’s van and the O’Malley girls and boys pile into it to tour the “Mother Road”! Along the way, they’ll meet friends, old and new, and help them all in true Emily style!

Are you game to master the challenges of being a chef, wife, mother, AND vlogging celebrity? This is no simple cooking game. Use your time management skills while cooking all the delicious dishes and serving your customers their food on time. Do you have the passion and fever to dash around the kitchen, cooking up a storm? To survive the craze, you’ll need to be on top of your game.

Get cooking and work hard to upgrade your food and equipment. Plan girl time with Paige and play a game with the twins. Can you manage to have a relaxing break while you dash from place to place at a feverish pace in our cooking game?”

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Company: GameHouse

Genre: Cooking Games

Rated: 4+

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Serve the customers on time!

We’re back with another GameHouse game – we can’t get enough! Delicious – Emily’s Road Trip is a time management game, much like others by the developer.

I love time management games and found this one to be a delight to play, however, there was nothing special about the gameplay that made it different from any of the other GameHouse games. If you’re completely new to GameHouse and love time management games, the chances are you’re going to love this one. All you’re required to do is serve customers and clean tables within a specific time frame and if you don’t hit the goal then you fail the level.


The graphics were okay!

The graphics were nothing special to look at but they worked well with the genre. Games like this don’t need jaw-dropping graphics like a Battle Royale would for example.

Music & Sounds

The music in the game was boring and if I’m honest, I played it muted most of the time with my own music in the background. Audio is important in mobile gaming so when it’s just your generic background music I can’t help but eye roll!


Tap to control!

To control, tap the customer’s order, tap the food they ordered and tap back on them again to deliver it to them. The controls were simple which is important when it comes to games where you’re under the clock.

In-app Purchases

Purchase the full episode!

Like with all GameHouse games, you must pay for the rest of the game to complete.

You have the option to buy the full game for £8.99 or the first 20 levels for £1.79.


You can subscribe to the GameHouse monthly subscription for £9.49 a month or £87.99 a year. This includes:

  • The full game plus 51 others
  • Bonus boosters in Delicious World, Bed & Breakfast, and Doctor’s Oath.

The Verdict

What did you think?!

There was nothing wrong with Delicious – Emily’s Road Trip in terms of the game itself, however, I wanted it to be different from other GameHouse time management games but it sadly wasn’t. This is a great introduction to time management/cooking games and I’d continue playing it if I didn’t already have a similar game on my phone.

If you decide to download Delicious – Emily’s Road Trip, let us know what you think and if you agree or disagree with the things we said. Happy gaming and stay casual!

Delicious – Emily’s Road Trip Overall Rating: 4/5

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Company: GameHouse

Genre: Cooking Games

Rated: 4+

Offers in-app Purchases

About Post Author

By Phoebe Ruberto

Hey! I’m Phoebe and I’m one of the contributors on The Casual App Gamer. I’ve been gaming since the moment I could hold a controller and my first memory was playing Sonic The Hedgehog 2 on the PlayStation 2 with my siblings. Happy gaming and I hope you enjoy the reviews!