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Description

Patty's brother has been possessed by the God of Poverty and the whole family has become poor, with huge debts... This is the beginning of Patty's struggle! To pay back the debts, let's open a tavern in Marenia, gather ingredients, and start cooking!

Run the adventure tavern how you like! Collect ingredients and cook new dishes above 600! You get level ups not by defeating monsters, but by eating food. Train your characters, conquer new dungeons, and aim to get new ingredients through exploration, farming, fishing, and many more ways!

What will your tavern be like?

* The game can be played in its entirety without the need for in-game transactions.

What’s New

Version 1.1.2

Minor bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
102 Ratings

102 Ratings

Phoenix Fantasy Fox ,

Wonderful Game! Highly Recommend

This game is a spiritual successor to Adventure Bar Story, which I played on my 3DS. The game play is similar
Despite being a mobile game, I think it’s vastly an improvement!
The graphics are beautiful, with a 3D environment, pixel sprite characters and item icons. I’ve never liked 3D mobile games, but it turns out what I actually didn’t like was the was characters who were portrayed in 3D on such a small platform. The combination of 2D sprites in a 3D environment works really well!
You’ll like this game if you enjoy RPGs. You run a tavern, make food, collect ingredients in dungeons, and have a cast of characters that make up your party that you level up and can equip with different items.
Also, you don’t need to pay anything at all to progress in the game! You can buy gems, but they also drop from monster battles not infrequently.
Overall I am very pleased with this game and overjoyed that I found it! Very happy to be playing an RPG game on my phone that doesn’t use energy or gatchas or need to use RL money to progress.

Aldivvy ,

An enjoyable romp!

Though far from a unique or unforgettable experience, I found this game to be an fun way to pass the time. I enjoyed finding new recipes and new ingredients. The combat was fairly simplistic and the leveling system can be frustrating but these are minor nuisances. My issue with leveling was that I often couldn’t spare enough ingredients to truly blast through levels with spare dishes. Especially in the late game. All in all a fun little game though!

Captain Hammer ,

Much better than a f2p

It would be unfair to compare this game to stardew, but it gives you that same sense of progression-by-living instead of by combat. The game essentially revolves around the dragon quest alchemy system, except you’re cooking food instead of making items. Finishing recipe hints by guessing the right ingredient leads to more recipe hints. Bosses are pretty challenging, though you can always wait and eat more food to gain levels if it seems too tough.

My top two complaints: The game has fake iPhone X support (stylized borders). The cooking interface also gets pretty crowded after you learn a lot of recipes. There are filter and lookup options, but they’re not quite as robust as I’d like.

Information

Seller
Kotobuki Solution Co., Ltd.
Size
679.9 MB
Category
Games
Compatibility

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English, Japanese

Age Rating
12+
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Copyright
Price
$3.99
In-App Purchases
  1. Jewels x 10 $0.99
  2. Jewels x 60 $4.99
  3. Jewels x 125 $8.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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