Wednesday, September 05, 2018
"Little Dragons Cafe" Review
Playing as a twin brother and sister thrust in charge of a cafe set amid a world of dragons and magic, you keep the questing heroes happy by feeding them when visit your place to refuel in between adventures.
From the creative mind of Yasuhiro Wada, who created the "Bokujo Monagatari" series, comes a frantic cafe management sim that keeps up a frantic, engrossing pace.
Like the "Overcooked" games, "Little Dragons Cafe" keeps you busy, putting out fire after fire as you juggle tasks to keep thigns running smoothly while ever teetering on the edge of disaster.
Utilizing the Switch controls to fluid effect, you gather ingredients, fill orders, deal with demanding customers and prepare for the next unexpected twist. The more dexterous and adaptable you are, the more likely you are to thrive.
The ability to play as either gender goes far in helping the game appeal to families, and while the cutesy setup seems geared toward children, there is enough challenge to keep adults interested. Buried beneath the bubbly, whimsical exterior is a well-hones suite of interlocking puzzle mechanics poised to challenge veterans. This dragon packs its share of fire in its belly.
Publisher provided review code.