Mobile Game


😋 EAT THE PAIR is a memory game designed to match the pairs of traditional Danish food 🇩🇰

HUNGRY FOR KNOWLEDGE? LET’S FIND OUT TASTY TOPPINGS OF “SMØRREBRØD” AND DIFFERENT SHAPES OF “WIENERBRØD”.

At Grandma Sita, we are proud to release our first Mobile Game 📱

EAT THE PAIR
🍽️
Preserving culinary heritage 🍽️

PRODUCT DETAILS

Everyone can play the *beta version of our game that contains most of the major features, but is not yet complete. We release this version to the general public for testing and feedback. Thanks so much for playing 🙂  

  • Learning-through-play.
  • Preserving culinary heritage, Nordic cuisine.
  • Supporting local business by displaying advertisement banners. 
  • Promoting sustainable tourism.

A mobile game is a video game that is typically played on a mobile phone. The term also refers to all games that are played on any portable device, including from mobile phone (feature phone or smartphone), tablet, PDA to handheld game console, portable media player or graphing calculator, with and without network availability.

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  • DID YOU KNOW…
    • “Smørrebrød”, originally “smør og brød” (butter and bread), is a traditional Danish open-faced sandwich that usually consists of a piece of buttered rye bread (“rugbrød”), topped with cold cuts, pieces of meat or fish, cheese or spreads, and garnishes.
      • Toppings change with the seasons and some are mostly associated with Easter or Christmas lunches.
      • It is custom to pass the dish of sliced breads around the table, and then to pass around each dish of toppings, and people help themselves.
      • Hundreds of combinations and varieties of “Smørrebrød” are available. | Source: wikipedia
    •  “Wienerbrød” (Viennese bread) is the term for Danish pastry. It is a variant of puff pastry made of laminated yeast-leavened dough that creates a layered texture.
      • Danish pastry is made of yeast-leavened dough of wheat flour, milk, eggs, sugar, and large amounts of butter or margarine. Butter is the traditional fat used in Danish pastry.
      • Danish pastries as consumed in Denmark have different shapes and names. Shapes are numerous, including circles with filling in the middle (“Spandauers”), figure-eights, spirals known as snails, and the pretzel-like “kringles”.
      • Some are topped with chocolate, pearl sugar, glacé icing, and/or slivered nuts. They may be stuffed with a variety of ingredients such as jam, remonce, marzipan and custard. | Source: wikipedia

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