For detailed information about this series, see: Chef at In the AtticChef is a videogame released by Nintendo in the Game & Watch Wide Screen series on September 8, 1981. The game features two buttons to move left and right a chef, who has to cook three meals at once, by throwing them in the air to get a another one in the pan.
The game was also included in Game & Watch Gallery 2, released for Game Boy on September 27, 1997, and in Game & Watch Gallery Advance, released for the Game Boy Advance on October 25, 2002. In these collections it's featured in a "Classic" version, loyal to the original, and a "Modern" version, with updated gameplay and graphics featuring Mario characters.
In 2009 a port of the original game was also made available for the Nintendo DSiWare.
Links to other series
|Game & Watch Gallery||February 01, 1997||Chef is included in Game & Watch Gallery as one of the "Gallery" games and in Game & Watch Gallery 2 and Game & Watch Gallery Advance as a playable game.||2
|Mario||September 27, 1997||UNDIRECT: Modern Chef within Game & Watch Gallery 2 and Game & Watch Gallery Advance features elements from the Mario series.||1
|Super Smash Bros.||November 21, 2001||In one of Mr. Game & Watch's moves he uses the pan and food from the Game & Watch game Chef; one of the scenarios in the "Flat Zone 2" stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl takes place in Chef.||1
|DS Oryori Navi||June 20, 2008||The Game & Watch game Chef is unlockable in Cooking Guide/Personal Trainer: Cooking.||2|