Well chefs, Cafe World's clever inventor Siggy is at it again, as he has created another item that will allow you to save space in your cafe, without losing any of its functionality in the process. This time, the invention comes in the form of a 4X Cooking Station, a four-in-one stove, that actually combines four of your already placed stoves into one, saving you space.
Not to be confused with the 4X Mega Stove, which is a single stove that has four burners (that must be unlocked), this 4X Cooking Station combines four stoves into one, allowing you to choose which stoves to combine (whether they be regular or Super/Lightning) in order to receive the biggest bang for your buck. Of course, you won't simply be given a completed 4X Cooking station, as you'll need to build one after placing your free base.
Construction requires four items:
6 Gas Pipes
10 Steel Panels
You'll be able to acquire these items by clicking on the "Ask for More" button associated with each, and then asking your friends to send them to you. Either that, or you can speed up the building process considerably by simply purchasing each building ingredient for 4 Cafe Cash each.
Once the station is done, you can drag and drop four stoves of your choosing into it. To be clear, this 4X Cooking Station doesn't become any larger when full, so you'll save three squares (normally taken up by stoves) when it's completely full. Super Stoves, for instance, also won't lose the ability to cook dishes faster, and you'll be able to serve your 4X Cooking Station with just a single click. Finally, you can add a bit of a personal touch to the station by choosing its color pattern from a selection of templates.
Of course, there can't be a new release in Cafe World without a set of goals to go along with it, so be sure to
check back with us soon as we'll bring you a complete guide to the 4X Cooking Station Goals just as soon as we cancheck out our complete guide to completing them right here.
What do you think of the 4X Cooking Station? Are you fine taking up extra space with each individual stove, or will you gladly take the ability to combine and save space? Sound off in the comments.