If you have always wanted a game mixing DND, cooking mother and a visual novel, well you have a very specific inclination, but no shame. A game is in class just for you. Coffee Talk is a game that involves listening to peoples problems and help them by serving a hot drink with the ingredients you have. It is a game that tries to describe our lives as humanly as possible while having a distribution that is not only humans. All this is presented in the Coffee Talk trailer, published a few days ago.
Coffee Talk reminds many of the papers, please. You know if you exchange the depressing setting of Arstotkza with Seattle and refugees with orcs, sirens and elves. In terms of the look, Coffee Talk uses game and narrative elements that are similar to those of Papers, Please. Every person who crosses the doors of your coffee has its own story, and it is your duty to listen to them and make them forget all their problems with a cup of tea or other. The game includes connected story lines where decisions do not come from dialogue options you have chosen, but how you treat and serve customers of your coffee.
Coffee Talk comes from Tone Productions, an independent developer who has created games such as Infectanator 3: Apocalypse, Rage in Peace and Raising Hell. There is already a demo available for Coffee Talk on Itch and Game jolt. It will also be available on Steam and GOG, as well as consoles in January 2020.
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