Some time ago, a trailer of Cooking Mama: Cookstar was disclosed and his exit would have taken place in March. This rumor has proven to be a little true. It s not so long ago, Cookstar was on the Nintendo Eshop, but has been removed for mysterious reasons. Some players put their hands on it and downloaded screenshots of the gameplay and the user interface, and nothing painful was revealed by them, but the game still disappeared from the eshops. However, there are still third party distributors where the game can be physically found.
Perhaps by frustration, someone has spread dirty rumors on mom. This rumor suggests that Cooking Mama: Cookstar exploited cryptomonnails on Nintendo Switch. Although if a character from Nintendo is at the center of a conspiracy theory, it would be Cooking Mama, this statement is quite false. The Nintendo Switch GPU is not fast enough to exploit crypto money as a PC would do. The 1st Playable developer also stated that there is no crypto-currency or data collection or chain or anything else in the code.
As developers, we can say with certainty that there is no crypto-currency or collection of data or blockchain or anything else in the code. The Nintendo Switch is a very sure platform, without any data problems and privacy associated with some mobile games and PCs.
- 1st playable (@ 1st playable) April 5 2020
Although this is certainly nice to hear, it still does not explain why the game has been removed from the eShop. In this regard, 1st Playable and the Planet Digital publisher are silent. Apparently, what mom does not know will not hurt him. Yet the fans would like an answer. Cooking Mama: Cookstar is available on Nintendo Switch. Kind of.
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The source: Twitter