Last updated on April 16th, 2019 at 01:08 pm
Cooking Diary Tasty Hills MOD APK 1.9.0 – UNLIMITED DIAMONDS
Cooking Diary Tasty Hills MOD is an Android simulation game by MyTona. The game is still fairly new but it looks like it is picking up very quickly in terms of downloads and popularity.
In Cooking Diary Tasty Hills Unlimited Diamonds you will cook a variety of dishes and serve them to your customers, you need to be quick and making things because it will get challenging as you progress in the game and get more and more customers, so if you forget to remove the fries, it will cost you as your customer will not accept it and even he/she does, your restaurant will get a bad reputation, also make sure to not misplace the order and give someone’s order to someone else.
Expand your restaurant in Cooking Diary Tasty Hills and attract more customers, decorate your restaurant and add new items in it to make it look more beautiful. Open new restaurants and expand it as well.
Customize your character in the most unique way possible with over 300 accessories to choose from.
You can even log in online and play with your friends, you can participate in competitions with your friends.
The graphics of the game are really good and the gameplay is also very smooth. You will need Android version 4.4 or higher to run the game as it will not work below that.
You will have Unlimited Diamonds in the game, just finish the tutorial and you will see unlimited diamonds if by chance you do not see a large figure then just try to spend diamonds in the game. Just check the video below to understand.
If you are looking for a new cooking game to play then try out Cooking Diary Tasty Hills, I bet you will really enjoy it.
Mod Includes: Unlimited Diamonds
Locking diamond 2525
Game Version: 1.9.0
PlayStore Link: Cooking Diary®: Tasty Hills
How To Install: Download the apk, install it and play
Place the OBB folder inside the Android/obb folder then install the APK and play
Rename the obb folder name from “main.587.com.mytona.cookingdiary.android” to “com.mytona.cookingdiary.android” Only do it if you see the obb filename starting with “main.587” otherwise leave it as it is.