About This Game
Yes Chef! Is a new game for foodies. It is basically a combination of Chutes & Ladders + Trivial Pursuit which uses an iOS device (iPad / iPhone / iPod Touch) to access a database of questions and outcomes.
This blog is intended as a sort of diary of the development of the game, and to provide an opportunity for anyone interested in the game to contribute to it.
Access the game directly
You can access the online version of the game using any iOS device by going to the following URL:
This is currently a static build - there is no data in it. It's currently being used to design the UI flow and tweak the CSS for iPhone and iPad versions.
To add the game as an app to your device, look at the instructions at the bottom of this post...
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Here’s what I came up with for the next version of the board: I think that this is the way to go – what do you think?
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