Gordon Ramsay has left fans disappointed with his new game – because he doesn’t swear.
The foul-mouthed chef – who presented TV cooking show The F Word for five years – has launched the Chef Blast kitchen challenge for phones and tablets.
Ramsay told fans on Instagram: “Who’s that handsome animated devil?
“It’s me in my newest game #ChefBlast!
“Head to my stories to download my fun new puzzle game! And yes I do yell!!!’’
Gordon, 54, said he hoped the game, which is free to download, would entertain families during lockdown and also inspire them to cook.
But fans blasted him for not dropping any of his famous F-bombs.
One wrote: “No swearing at all.”
Another said: “Boring – he doesn’t swear."
A third moaned: “Utter ducking rubbish. Not even a swear word."
Meanwhile, Reviewers GameCentral were impressed by the playability describing it as an 'enjoyable alternative’ to smash hit Candy Crush Saga.
But even they admitted they wanted to hear Gordon swear.
They wrote online: "Chef Blast is a neat little colour-matching game.
"The idea is that you can match two or more coloured blocks to remove them from the play area with the more you remove at once creating power-ups like bombs and rockets.
"Where things get more interesting is when actual food is added to the mix, each of which has different rules – so while onions can be removed simply by destroying adjacent blocks hamburgers have to be dropped off the bottom of the screen.
"It takes a while to unlock a recipe, which requires earning stars from each of the 260 stages, but it’s an enjoyable alternative to already established favourites like Candy Crush Saga.
"Although we have to admit we were slightly disappointed that Ramsay’s voiceover never swore at us for our incompetence.
"But perhaps we just never played bad enough for that.’’
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