MasterChef: Cook & Match Review

MasterChef: Cook & Match Review

MasterChef: Cook & Match Review!

“You need to succeed at every turn by cooking interesting and delicious recipes to withstand the scrutiny of the judges in MasterChef: Cook & Match!

It might not always turn out the way you think and you could end up in an elimination round! But with dedication and ingenuity, you can overcome any challenge.

Learn new dishes based on real-life MasterChef recipes, lifted from the show!

Visit the iconic pantry and play unique minigames to collect all the ingredients you need…

And finally, work meticulously to prepare the most fascinating dishes step by step!

Progress by completing the cerebral Match-3 puzzles and impress the judges with your skill and precision in crafting the finest meals and desserts.”

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Company: Qiiwi Games

Genre: Puzzle

Rated: 12+

Offers in-app Purchases


MasterChef: Cook & Match Review
Match 3 and create dishes to impress the judges!

I’ll be honest, MasterChef: Cook & Match caught my eye because I’m a big fan of cooking games. However, I wasn’t surprised to find out that this is actually a match-3 game. Sure, you get the chance to cook but to unlock these chances, you have to earn coins.

I found the gameplay to be fun but I actually preferred the match-3 mini-games to the cooking part. The cooking part was slightly boring, with me only having to chop, plate, and cook stuff. I much prefer the more intense cooking games where you’re freaking out trying to serve 3 customers 9 different burgers between each of them!


MasterChef: Cook & Match Review
The graphics didn’t impress me much!

The graphics were weird and I thought the judges looked quite creepy. I don’t actually see why they’re needed in the game. They reacted to my cooking but it didn’t seem like they did anything else apart from that.

Music & Sounds

The music in the background was your standard instrumental that doesn’t add any kind of addition to the game at all. It’s calming and works with the game well, it just isn’t needed for the full gaming experience.


MasterChef: Cook & Match Review
Swipe to control!

Like all match-3 games, all you do is swipe the items together to make 3 or more matches. The controls were easy to use and if you’re well-versed in match-3 games, you won’t even need the tutorial.

In-app Purchases

MasterChef: Cook & Match Review
Purchase packs and coins!

Through playing the match-3 games, you earn coins, however, if you want to earn more you can purchase them in the shop.


Packs include boosters and coins.

  • Starter Pack for £1.79
  • Applicant Pack for £2.49
  • Contestant Pack for £5.99
  • Challenger pack for £9.99
  • Semi-Finalist Pack for £23.99
  • Finalist Pack for £44.99
  • MasterChef Pack for £89.99


  • 1,500 coins for £1.79
  • 5,000 coins for £4.99
  • 10,000 coins for £8.99
  • 25,000 coins for £19.99
  • 50,000 coins for £34.99
  • 100,000 coins for £69.99
  • Remove ads for £2.49

The Verdict

MasterChef: Cook & Match Review
What did you think?!

Although MasterChef: Cook & Match didn’t have the gameplay I was expecting, it was still fun to play. However, down to it being a match-3 game, it was very short-lived. This is the type of game where at a certain point you have to put in your own money if you want to get anywhere…

If you decide to download MasterChef: Cook & Match, let us know what you think and if you agree or disagree with any of the things we said. Happy gaming and stay casual!

MasterChef: Cook & Match Overall Rating: 2/5

iOS Link:

Android Link:

Company: Qiiwi Games

Genre: Puzzle

Rated: 12+

Offers in-app Purchases

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