Potion Punch 2 4+

Magic Restaurant Cooking Games

Monstronauts Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 4.7K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Have fun under the sun at the Summer Festival event! Unlock new character/furnishing skins by playing through the Summertime Adventure Path!

Are you tired of the same old kitchen cafes and regular dishes? Challenge your time-management restaurant skills with the sequel to the smash hit, Potion Punch!

Potion Punch 2 takes the cooking fever to an all time high with baby dragons roasting ingredients, and magic wisps freezing your favorite treats or grilling your delicious steaks! Cook in ways that you've never seen before in a fast paced time-management game. Become the star chef through hundreds of levels teeming with amazing heroes and dastardly villains. Unfurl your scrolls, polish your frying pans, and open the restaurant doors, because it's time for cooking madness in Potion Punch 2!

● Potion Cafe: Mix colors and brew powerful potions, and tame baby dragons to cook tasty fish.
● Enchantment Shop: Blend squid inks and stamp scrolls, and train birds to carve runes.
● Shroom Kitchen: Chop mushrooms in the night, and catch fireflies to make bright and colorful lamps.
● Sword Shop: Forge enchanted blades, and craft brilliant gemstones through smelting.
● Tropical Treats: Make frozen popsicle ice creams, dip skewers in fondue fountains, and serve honey drops
● Charm Shop: Embed sunstones or moonstones in amulets, and call on spirits to decorate enchanted fleeces.
● Steak House: Medium or well done? Sizzle steaks and serve them with gravy and olives. Top them off with delectable cheese boards.
● And more with new chapters added regularly! Each chapter brings fun new stories and fun new restaurants, cafes, kitchens, and more!

● Design and decorate your shop to make delicious meals quickly, serve orders faster, and maximize profits and tips.
● Level up your heroes and magical creatures like cooking dragons, magical wisps, chopping gargoyles, and carving beavers to maximize their awesome abilities and powers.

● Throw fun gacha parties and magical feasts to attract new customers from every corner of the kingdom.
● Meet every type of fantasy character: from brave knights, to powerful gods, to snarly goblins and many more.
● Join limited time events to collect fun skins, outfits, and costumes like Monkey King Nobu, Snow Queen Aeon, Franken G’larg, Space Princess Lisbeth, and The Incredible Dusk.
● Manage the madness in the kitchen by harnessing the power of heroes who can tame dragons, wield ice magic, or even control time.

● Summon legendary heroes and recruit them to overcome the challenges of running the most popular kitchen in this delicious world
● Defend your restaurants from enemies who attempt to disrupt your fast paced kitchen
● Save the kingdom one cafe at a time

● Follow the tale of Lyra and Noam, two alchemist entrepreneurs who have a taste for fun new adventures.
● Experience a story filled with twists and turns as you unlock your magical restaurants and fill your cooking diary with amazing stories.

● Join seasonal events and collect limited time rewards.
● Climb the leaderboards and show who’s the star chef in this delicious world.
● Fast paced combo system that rewards you for maintaining your rhythm.
● Play different modes like endless kitchen craze and mystery marathons.
● Cooking madness that doesn't need energy or life.
● Hundreds of levels with unique goals like serving a number of customers, earning a total amount of tips, making every order perfect and avoiding trash bins, and many more!
● Offline play is supported! Play whenever or wherever you want

Be the ultimate shopkeeper in this simulation of various cooking games with a magical twist. Explore a fantasy world filled with delicious food to cook, incredible magic to cast, and colorful characters to meet! Download Potion Punch 2 today!

What’s New

Version 2.5.0

Welcome to the 2022 Summer Festival! Complete the Puzzling Puzzle event, unlock a multitude of rewards in the Summertime Adventure Path, and exchange Sunlit Shells for exclusive limited-time furnishing designs and new outfits for your favorite characters!

• Complete the puzzle pieces in the Puzzling Puzzle event
• Collect Adventure Tokens and unlock exclusive rewards on the Summertime Adventure Path
• Summer-themed furnishing designs
• New skins for Gillie, Sylvia, Dusk, and Bart
• Bug fixes and performance optimizations

Feel free to let us know what you think at any time. Join the discussion at https://discord.gg/monstronauts.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
4.7K Ratings

4.7K Ratings

Sawje ,

Cute Game

I absolutely love the first Potion Punch. It’s thrilling and I really feel bad for missing a customer or having to clean a bowl, etc. because it cost money to fill everything, and it wasted money when you mess up. The achievements are exciting and I actually like the voices because one of the elf noises annoys my husband so I love when that character comes around haha. The fact that you can continually play and not have to worry about “energy” to play the next level is great. You also could watch Ads for gems almost continuously if needed to reach achievements.

This second game so far is nice. The animation is great, and I feel more connected with the workers and like that they level up when you use them. You can’t get free gems for watching videos, but so far, it seems like we don’t need gems as much as the first game. Hopefully this is still the case later in the game. I’m still in the first village. If it ends up that I HAVE to buy gems to basically move on in the villages, I’ll be a little sad. The mechanics are different than PP1, and the style of the game is almost like any other game with levels where you have energy to play the next level and cut scenes. When I’m playing, I try not to compare to PP1, since they are so different. So PP2 is a great game, just think of it as a separate game than PP1 and you’ll like it.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for the great feedback! By the way, you can still play levels in PP2 without mana/energy. You just cannot bring workers with you since it is the workers that cost energy, and not the levels. :)

JDubs07 ,

Superb Sequel

I adore the first Potion Punch - it's a very laid-back, progress-at-your-own-pace time management game with tons of charm and a fun color mixing mechanic. Potion Punch II takes the fantastic character and mechanics of the first one and improves them in almost every way while adding new challenges without creating an overly complex interface. This sequel is notably harder - I've failed multiple levels already, while I can hardly remember failing any in the first. But I think that's a good thing: there's more incentive to improve your shop, level up patrons, and get better at serving. You can replay old levels as much as you want to get more gold for upgrades if you run into a tough stage, and there are new employees you can enlist if you need extra help. You can't stock everything ahead of time because potions go directly into bottles instead of the intermediary dishes, so you have to be more on your toes and able to react. This entry feels more addictive and "just one more stage"-enducing while the first one was a relaxing break, but both are extremely endearing and fun games worth checking out.

bella belles ,

Great! But..

This game is really amazing! And I haven’t gotten far but I’ll know I’ll love the rest. The visuals and the drag and place part is fun to do.

My main thing that is a bit tedious is the gems. I’ve seen this in many games and it’s very..well cliché. You can have people buy gems to get more hit what about those who don’t have that outlet? You need to make an easier way to get gems so we don’t always have to rely on waiting. Like maybe 10 gems each day to make it a bit easier so we aren’t totally bummed out. It happens a lot to where it gets annoying to people and they just delete the game without any luck. I’m not judging on ads because I understand that all developers need some kind of way to get money. At least this full came doesn’t have much but I’m okay with it. Now I realize not much of those mobile game developers really care enough to change this..but take in note that it’s tedious and it’s not always in fairness to use real money to buy bulk. Thanks.

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