In this restaurant, the dead will have their last supper. Hamburgers, omelets, sushi, pudding, anything. Let us cook your favorite dish when you were alive.
This is a story about a "Bear" and a "Cat". You are a "Cat", the assistant of a "Bear", who is the chef of the restaurant. Players can know about the customer's favorite dishes by "diving" into their memories... but in fact, you yourself do not remember who you are. Not even your favorite dish.
There is no difficult puzzle, no exciting battle, no epic cut scenes. But, you will remember their episodes.
[Warning] This game contains potentially distressing materials, such as traffic accident, suicide and murder. However, there is no gore.
- Fixed Korean typos
- Potentially fixed freeze bug caused by ads
- Fixed an issue that the map turns into the railroad after getting on the train
- Fixed an issue where it was hard to touch the mouse hole in the mushroom forest.
- Added a screenshot button on top-right
Ratings and Reviews
This game is heartwarming and great as a story teller! The pixel art brings it to life and works very well while the plot of well written too! There is not many problems with this game in my opinion, but here is some things I just wished. First the characters other than the too main we’re bland in my opinion, with haveing that much characters I really wanted to know more about them like the devil girl and that one eyed thing we’re really interesting to me, but I didn't know like anything about them. Second is in my opinion, but I wish you would make them a little longer actually, I feel like this type of game is great for the phone and would be something that if it was just long I would pay for, this goes along with I want to learn more about the characters. I don’t really know about game designing for phone but I think it’s possible. Third and final thing is ads, I bought the complete pack right from the start, but I’ve that the ads are really annoying and I think it would be better suited as you pay $5 or something for the game. That’s just my opinion and a kinda unpopular one at that, but it’s understandable.
Thanks for reading and I hope that you are having a fun time creating games people care about!
Developer Response ,
Yes, we enjoyed developing this game a lot. Your opinion helps... Actually the fishing game we are making will have short side stories about each character. It is like a casual fishing game and nothing serious.. but it might be interesting to you. Thanks for you opinions and thank you for playing!
Oh my god.
Wow! This game really captured me. The music chimes gave me chills and the dialogue almost made me cry at some points. When I first saw it I was like; “ Aw this is cute! I’ll try it. “ But What was really in store was even better then a cute cat cooking with a bear. I loved the concept of the trains to heaven and hell and how the bear makes their last meals dedicated to their memories. I think the story of the bear and the cat are what really got me. It’s weird how I never suspected that the cat was the girl, but either way I think this story is cute and heartwarming. I can’t even complain about the prices or ads, the story made sitting through ads worth it! The art aswell was captivating! The pixel art put it all together in a sense, giving it some nostalgic feel that pulled at me more! The work you put into this is shown clearly, I have nothing to complain about this.
Also I love how instead of paying for the rest you could try the impossible feeding of the cat, It’s fun for me Actaully. I also loved the bird character, cute but terribly rude.
Honestly I think this game is amazing, keep at your work!
~ A Pixel loving 15 year old.
A heartfelt game, but an alienating one.
I have good and bad things to say about this game. It has a lot of heart, but from near the beginning I was violently jarred by how a game about empathy to the dead had a lot of unempathically portrayed characters. There’s a fat character who’s portrayed as a walking joke, and given 0 lines that treat him as anything other than petulant. There’s exactly one character who’s not pale skinned and he’s a gang member who got shot for snitching to the cops, and there’s a teen girl who’s shown as a brat obsessed with social media and naught else - funny, for a game on a mobile device, that asks you to follow its creator on social media and post pictures from the game on it. The social biases of the creator mixed in with the many heartfelt stories of families in tragic situations resulted in an experience that feels like it wants to connect with you, but alienates you before you really can. However, the work poured into this is clear! The pixel art is fantastic, and the core gameplay is simple but efficient for telling the tale. I loved the secret of who our silent protagonist was, and I loved the dynamic between the two lead characters, and the reason why they both appear as they do. And the little devil with the staring O eye — it’s such a cute design!
Developer Response ,
You know, this kind of feedback is very very helpful. There are many people living in this world with many thoughts. What you have described here is eye opening to me. I might be a developer still learning how to communicate and appreciate other's feeling better. Thanks for being honest and sharing your thoughts with me. I am going to look at all texts again to see if I can make it less harsh. I don't think I can completely fix at this point, but I hope I can improve the situation, best.
- Daigo Sato
- 79.1 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Japanese, Korean
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © Daigo Sato
- In-App Purchases
- Complete Bundle $4.99
- Sequel Story - The Nihility $2.99
- Remove Ads $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.