Pokémon Café ReMix 4+

The Pokemon Company

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 41.8K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Welcome to your very own Pokémon café!
Pokémon Café ReMix is a refreshing puzzle game you play alongside Pokémon in which you mix, link, and blast away icons and gimmicks!
The customers and café staff are all Pokémon! As the owner of the café, you will work with Pokémon to serve customers by preparing drinks and dishes through simple puzzles in which you mix around icons.

■ Refreshing puzzles!
Complete fun cooking puzzle in which you mix around icons and link them together!
As the owner of the café, you’ll take on puzzles with the help of your staff Pokémon.
Utilize each Pokémon’s specialty and uniqueness and aim for three-star offerings!

■ A wide cast of Pokémon appears! You can even enjoy switching their outfits!
Pokémon you befriend will join your staff and help you out at the café.
Liven up your café by dressing up your staff Pokémon!
As you raise your staff Pokémon’s levels, they’ll be able to wear different colored outfits. Special outfits for certain Pokémon will regularly be released as well!
Recruit all sorts of Pokémon, raise their levels, and create your very own café!

Now's your chance to become a café owner, work together with Pokémon, and create a Pokémon café that's unique to you!

What’s New

Version 3.40.0

New orders are now available!

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
41.8K Ratings

41.8K Ratings

JackM1458 ,

Fun game that can be improved

I really do enjoy playing cafe remix. I’m part of a great team and we usually are able to get all the rewards for a team event fairly quickly. I love the puzzle designs, the art style is unique and cute, and we are given new orders very regularly. One of the biggest suggestions I can offer is that more puzzles should be designed to be solved WITH an event Pokémon. It is cool to get a new Pokémon, recently like Flareon and Vaporeon, but it’s pretty obvious playing through the levels that they are all designed to be solved by a non-event Pokemon, that is, by Pokémon you get through normal gameplay and unlocking new recipes. While I understand it is so that players that were not able to get the event Pokémon, or players that were not playing when the event happened, I think it would make event pokemon much more valuable if there were some levels that are made for event pokemon’s gimmicks, with non-event pokemon being the next best choice that can still get the order done without having all the gimmicks locked down. Another suggestion I have is giving us more rewards for cumulative staff level / number of staff. I don’t understand why the rewards stop at a fairly early number. It would make training and getting more staff members much more incentivized. But overall I think the game is very fun and enjoyable, and with these changes, it can be even better. Thank you!

MirrorMia ,

Very cute, fun puzzle game

Good balance of challenge and fun. It’s not a game where you can swipe blindly and win like some candy crush style games, and I think that’s why some people complain about it being too “hard.” It’s an extremely mellow puzzle game, it does require a little bit of brain activity to get past level 20. I personally don’t get any adults complaining about being stuck, especially before level 200. I’ve had a few challenging levels, but nothing I couldn’t beat. Also, IT’S A PUZZLE GAME. Wouldn’t be fun at all if it was dead simple. I also find the game does a good job of having microtransactions, but not feeling pay to play.
Only major cons with the game are that it’s a bit of a grind to level up your Pokémon (just like the main games lol) and you’ll find it’s hard to keep your team active. That being said, it’s very hard to get some of the team rewards without getting premium for the extra points — and that right there is where I believe the pay to play does come in. I wouldn’t be so bothered by it if a) premium wasn’t ridiculously expensive for an ages 4+ puzzle game, or b) it was more feasible that my team could achieve the end goals.
In short, fun game, but some of the events and experience games could use just a little more tweaking to make them more satisfying and less frustrating/disappointing

Greenest06 ,

Great game overall

I have seen some reviews on this game saying ‘I can’t get past level 20’ ‘it was cute at first but then I couldn’t get past this level without using a power up’ or whatever. I also had trouble on a couple of levels, but what fun is an easy game??? They put power ups in the game for a reason and unlike other games they are relatively easy to obtain. The artwork is really nice and cute. I too thought it would be easy just from looking at the video of connecting the Pokémon icons, but boy was I wrong. You only have 4 seconds to put the icons you want together and you have to plan out every move if you want to beat the level. I really like how no level is exactly the same and how you can change up any level just by changing the leader Pokémon. I’m not sure why people are giving this game one star when they obviously haven’t even given it a chance. I’m not sure how far in the game it is, but at some point you are able to start parties which in my opinion was a great idea. With parties you are able to refresh the 2 Pokémon you invite which allows you to get stars for the Pokémon you want to level up or make staff. I recommend this game to anyone who likes puzzles because it is unique and just a really nice game overall. Just make sure you give it a real chance before you quit.

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