Eatventure is a wildly popular restaurant simulator for the iOS and Android that literally allows you to go through hundreds of cities, tons of different types of restaurants, and unlock an almost unlimited number of equipment types in order to increase the prices of your goods, make more money, and get through the game faster.
Clubs are a brand new feature to Eatventure that have been hinted around for a very long time by the developers. What are the clubs, and what use are they to you, and what do they allow you to do?
Read on for a guide to the clubs in Eatventure!
It has been several months now that the clubs have shown up as a menu button within the game. The button is available to you almost right from the beginning of the game after beating the tutorial, and when you tap the button, you will access the clubs menu.
Right now, with the feature not having been added to the game in its entirety, if you tap on the clubs menu, you will see a notification that tells you that the feature is coming soon. So as of right now, the feature is not available in the game, but what can we expect once clubs are finally added to the game in their entirety?
For one thing, this mode should allow you to join up into a club with other folks who play the game. You and others will be able to help each other out, and it will be more advantageous to play with people who are fairly active in the game, so that you and him can upgrade your restaurants together.
This will very likely allow players to call upon each other’s main characters for help during the time playing, similar to when you call upon an assistant as you can already do within the game, except the assistant will be based off an actual player character, not a character that’s been pre-loaded to the game by the developers. That means that there will be a whole lot more variety as far as what equipment combinations your assistants will have, which is especially good news for those seeking out assistants with Mystic equipment or with equipment that speeds everybody up.
Another place that this mode should come in handy is in unlocking legendary and mythical equipment using blueprints. Oftentimes, you will end up struggling to find all of the pieces of uncommon and rare equipment that you need in order to make legendary and mythical equipment. It’s entirely possible that you and your club members will be able to send each other extra pieces of equipment in order to help each other unlock the blueprints.
A whole other category of special events will also pop up when you join a club. These are events that will require the participation of as many club members as possible, and will be scored depending on the performance of the entire club, not just of one player. These will have their own specific sets of rewards.
On top of that, there will likely be different quests and missions added to the game simply requiring members to play, to accomplish something in their own individual games, but as a group (for example, flying to a new city X amount of times), and then rewarding the entire club based on that.
That, and more, will be coming soon to Eatventure, as soon as the new update is released!