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.
- Added CAT minigame after finishing Nihility Episode
- Added mouse in the restaurant after finishing Nihility Episode (Sponsors only)
- Made it easier to tap the bear in the restaurant
- Updated the Omelette dude's map, as it looked too similar to THAT game.(You know what I mean)
- Fixed a CRITICAL error, where the save data gets collapsed after checkin a map in the train
- Fixed a bug where train background keeps showing "Inside" of the train
- Fixed an issue where the ending messes up when watched twice
- Fixed a freeze bug occurs when you are chasing "him"
- Shows a warning message before "DIVE"
- Fixed SplashScreen typo
Ratings and Reviews
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.
A beautiful story
I have never written a review for an app before, but I had to for this game. It was beautiful. I saw an ad for it on instagram and expected it to be a cutesy game about animals and people and cooking. Instead I found a heart wrenching story with beautiful pixelated graphics that are just so nostalgic and a tearful plot line with a bittersweet twist at the end. I can’t pay for the next game, but I’m definitely going to feed that cat to get it. I need to see what happens next with Mr Bear and his adventures. My only complaint would be the black character who was apparently some type of drug dealer or gang member - it seemed harshly stereotypical and was disheartening to see. But aside from that, The game was gorgeous. I just have so many questions that I hope the sequel (and maybe even your other games) can answer. The man in the coat who disappears in the restaurant? The shop with the always locked door? The characters that you can’t see but can always interact with in the train stations? Etc etc. I can’t wait to see what happens next. Thank you for the tears and the warmth in my heart <3
Developer Response ,
Thanks! The one point you pointed out, about Johny(Black dude), yeah we are are the stereo type can be problematic and we are changing it. Original language is in Japanese, so translation did not work in a good way for that character.
For the Nihility episode, it is a must play. I believe the impact is much bigger than the first episode. I hope you enjoy it soon!
I love many aspects of this game: storyline, controls, and characters! I wish I could give it 5 stars! But it’s not complete yet. The controls are kind of bugged; when I tap on the screen, the character doesn’t move and I have to kind of force myself to move it. Also, I think it’s also important to mention something about advertisements. I like the way how the advertisement below didn’t really bother me. But I don’t like how I have to watch every ad to see through someone’s memories. It’s kinda repetitive in a sense. I think it’s okay to put an advertisement at the end of each story however. Another point worth mentioning is the repetitive suggestion of asking the player to pay to remove ads. I don’t really think it’s necessary to do that. I feel like the game in itself will make the player want to remove ads by paying. I think asking the player to remove ads multiple times will actually cause a discouragement to do this. Besides this, I see great hopes for this game. I desire to see the conclusion and if there are any Easter eggs. I really wanna give it five stars but it’s still not at its peak. Nice job!
Developer Response ,
thanks for your feedback. Control and Ads... well noted! Hopefully we can improve that in next update. At least we will try.
- Daigo Sato
- 94.1 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Japanese
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 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.