Little Dragons Café

Little Dragons Café

As a lover of relaxing games like Harvest Moon and Animal Crossing, I thoroughly enjoyed this game.

The world is adorable, as are the characters. Being able to fly freely is something I’ve really wanted in a game, and Little Dragon’s Café has a great mechanic for flying.

Although I didn’t like that the characters make wide turns, I quickly got used to the controls. In fact, this helps during battle because you can buy your dragon time to kill the creature by making it do a wide turn.

The story isn’t amazing, but it’s rather cute. Overall, I do like the variety of characters, although many of them were kind of mean and unpleasant at first.

Real player with 44.3 hrs in game

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This review has been edited to reflect new information.

Update: Since My Time at Portia fans/marketing are review bombing this game (and other, similar titles) to try to destroy Portia’s competition? I wanted to draw attention to how both Portia and Little Dragon’s Cafe have the same Metacritic score (I’m using the Switch version of LDC as the PC version doesn’t have enough reviews to be comparable).

Little Dragon’s Cafe - 70

Real player with 38.5 hrs in game

Little Dragons Café on Steam



  • Classic co-op cooking action, with a wide selection of mains, sides, sauces, toppings, desserts, and starters.

  • Choose your equipment, lay out your kitchen, curate your menu and plate up your dishes.

  • From bubbling soups to sublime salads, tender steaks to hearty pies, there’s something for everyone.

  • Look after front-of-house: seating customers, delivering orders, and managing patience.

  • Equip your restaurant to handle the most fickle of customers and deliver them what they need, right when they need it.

  • Co-operate with the rest of your team like a well-olive-oiled machine, or bite off more than you can chew with crying children and dirty dishes.

  • Upgrade and rearrange your restaurant to your personal taste: when the restaurant closes for the day, the planning begins!

  • Decide what new equipment to purchase, and place it wherever you want.

  • Want to go high-tech? Install the turbo-ovens, crank up the conveyors, and make way for the robo-kitchen of the future.

  • Fancy something a little more… fancy? Curate your art collection, fix up that wallpaper, enlist a friend as a maître d' and get ready to provide the culinary experience of a lifetime.

  • Exceed your goals and start over at your next location, bringing with you new unlocks and upgrades.

  • Tailor your brand towards gourmet dining, or fine-tune your fast food franchise.

  • Every restaurant is procedurally-generated with its own climate, customers and conditions.

  • Return to your franchise HQ to view your achievements, customise your characters and upgrade your kit, ready for your next adventure!

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PlateUp! on Steam

~Be a maid in the Demon World~ The Secret Café of the Demon Angel Hero.

~Be a maid in the Demon World~ The Secret Café of the Demon Angel Hero.

While the English Translation could use a good deal of refinement, This is a Decent Business Sim.

The Evening activities are quite well done.

Real player with 5.9 hrs in game

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TL;DR: Recommended ONLY when on sale, maybe around 30% off or more. It doesn’t worth it in full price.


  • Cute girls.

  • Good moving image H-scenes.

  • Good optimization unlike other H-game on steam that use Unity as the game engine. I often found H-game that use Unity will gobble up your cpu to 100%, but not with this game.


  • The SLG part are very lacking, mainly you will use your money to cook the menu then use the remaining money to increase the stats of the girls, increase your manager level, and customize your cafe in that order. You don’t really need to put much thought to play the SLG part which is the main point of the game and this is a problem.

Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

~Be a maid in the Demon World~ The Secret Café of the Demon Angel Hero. on Steam

Claire’s Cruisin' Cafe

Claire’s Cruisin' Cafe

I was hesitant at first because it give me a Delicious Emily clone type vibe. However after playing it, it does had its own charm. The graphics is really pretty, I love it very much. Gameplay is good, I like the two person serving together feature, it still need some work but good still. However, there is some part that I feel like too bland, the cutscene at every level, the story is still decent but the way it present is boring, it just give speech bubble to tell the story without animation, it feel boring after few level. Most of challenge is repetitive and not challenging enough. Overall I still like the game, it’s a beautiful game. I looking forward to the sequel with more improvement.

Real player with 15.6 hrs in game

Claire’s Cruisin' Cafe is a casual time management game with a cooking theme. You take orders from your customers, use different machines to prepare the dishes, serve them and bill them after they’re done eating. It’s not a revolutionary idea, it’s actually been done many times before and also in several other variants (fashion design, hospital care, veterinary ward, murder investigation etc), but it’s the kind of game that I would prioritize playing above almost any other.

In terms of genre / game design, GameHouse titles most likely come to mind first, since they are the most popular on Steam among players who enjoy this kind of games. The present review aims to draw a comparison between Alawar Entertainment ’s Claire’s Cruisin' Cafe and GameHouse’s Delicious series.

Real player with 12.7 hrs in game

Claire's Cruisin' Cafe on Steam



This game is pretty cool. I played it for a long long time and couldnt stop! wish there were more animals to unlock and i wish there were more to the game cos i really enjoyed it and i hope the creator makes more games.

Real player with 5.2 hrs in game

Very fun game with cute graphics and relaxing, enjoyable gameplay. Bought it yesterday and have already played 3 hours! The music is nice, too.

Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

Husbandry on Steam

Beach Rules

Beach Rules

A cute game with a few hours of gameplay. You play as a lifeguard that enforces rules, picks up trash, and rescues swimmers.

Each day, there are 4 randomly selected forbidden activities to enforce. Examples: No dogs, kites, fishing, nudity, sellers, grills, music, ATVs, jet skis.

Trash also appears and you have to drag it to the trash bin to keep the beach clean. You can also hire a robot to help you clean.

Sometimes a swimmer will need rescuing. It starts off easy enough, but you’ll need to hire more lifeguards to make sure you can save everyone on later days.

Real player with 6.1 hrs in game

Fun game.

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

Beach Rules on Steam

Doctor Bunny

Doctor Bunny

If you have ADHD this is the one. You be zoomin and movin and healing and doctoring. Very good 10/10 chiefs kiss.

Real player with 2.3 hrs in game

this game was developed on burial grounds

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

Doctor Bunny on Steam

Ninety Days

Ninety Days

Absolute trash. Once you get to the 4th level of your tower, the game is over, but it isn’t. You do the same thing for another 70 days to “beat it”. Oh, and you constantly have to repurchase things because they just expire for no reason.

Trash game. Sad that Steam isn’t policing its platform better. This was akin to someone’s school project getting published. Worse yet, it probably didn’t fool their professor and got them a D- in game design.

Real player with 14.0 hrs in game

so you start out with half hp , by day 2 you have no gold and no way to defend , clicking does nothing.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Ninety Days on Steam



Experience a galactic adventure with your crew of robots

You are working as a middle manager for the Rebots Corporation who specialise in climaforming inhospitable asteroids for aliens. Your character’s aspiration is to become “The Best Employee Ever” but there is a long journey from the bottom to the top. Climb the ranks of the Rebots Corporation, making friends and rivals along the way, as you follow in the footsteps of your mother to become employee #1.

Program robots

To make your robots work, you need to program them. Or rather, you need to instruct your robot managers (supervisors) to instruct your robot workers. Hence, you learn how to program by creating your code and instructions directly in the world and seeing your robot operation automatically carrying out your carefully designed program in real-time.

Build and balance delicate ecosystems

Each alien race has specific requirements for habitats, meaning you need to transform and design ecosystems while dealing with the local fauna and flora that might condone your lease on the land. You are changing the climate of existing ecosystems (climaforming) so you experience first-hand the effects of climate change and migration.

Build relationships with the alien factions you meet

Some aliens enjoy sweltering hot, some live in a swamp, while others like chilly weather. Get to know multiple factions throughout your adventure and learn their preferences to become the best employee of the Rebots Corporation.

Solve challenges in unique ways

Use your ever-growing programming skills with your robots to solve challenges in a variety of ways. Use the available resources to your advantage and leverage the local fauna, flora and resources to assist you in completing your job.

Rebots on Steam

Alchemy Emporium

Alchemy Emporium

This title has certainly a peculiar approach to what makes a game, it feels like a dive in deep water. While the statistics are explained in the beginning and each section has a tutorial, the true nature of the experience is concealed, to be discovered as the player advances.


✗ Incomplete translation, with some text left in Italian.

✗ Extremely mind-numbing, the progress does not grant any actual satisfaction.

✗ In-game annotations aren’t practical.

✗ The tutorial button is positioned right beside the “next activity” button.

Real player with 15.7 hrs in game

As it stand it needs work but as the potential to be a great game.

When you start up the game, there is some selections that come with perks. As of right now you have no way of telling what the perk does besides judging the name of the perk. As a new player, it can be even harder as you don’t know the game mechanics so it’s even harder to choose.

How you view the formulas needs changing. There are only two columns that you can view, but you can easily see five columns on the screen. You should also be able to filter the view for game play reasons. For instance, I noticed that a lot of my customers are asking for potions for being an actor, I should be able to narrow the formulas to see what I have already created.

Real player with 14.3 hrs in game

Alchemy Emporium on Steam