Cat Cafe Manager today business

As games like Coffee Talk have proven, recreating a cafe atmosphere in a video game can make for an exceptionally comfy experience. But some may argue that when it comes to comfiness, cafes simply cannot compare to the sheer therapeutic power of cats. So what happens if you put cats and cafes together? Well, obviously you get cat cafes, but you also get Cat Cafe Manager, a new “restaurant management and feline adoption simulator” that cranks up the comfiness levels. Fortunately, Cat Cafe Manager just dropped today on PC, so those looking for an excuse to just chill out and vibe can immediately jump in.

In Cat Cafe Manager, you reside in Caterwaul Village, a welcoming, wholesome community that boasts its own family business in the form of Granny’s cafe. This business plans to hold a grand reopening, and you just so happen to serve as a perfect candidate for the job. To succeed, you need to cook up irresistible meals, familiarize yourself with the village’s residents, and make a new home for the local cats. Along the way, you will end up unraveling “a magical mystery” of some kind.

 

Cat Cafe Manager promises a feline paradise

By befriending the village’s quirky characters, which include the witch Carla-Lala, you can receive gifts and gain a bit more insight into the culture. Additionally, you can spruce up the cafe with interior decorations and an eager new staff to accommodate local customers and cats.

Rick Sorgdrager, lead game designer and writer at developer Roost Games, brought up the lasting impact that befriending cats can have on someone, saying that Cat Cafe Manager allows players to foster these experiences for others regularly. If this sounds like something you’ve been itching to do, then feel free to get your hands on Cat Cafe Manager today for a discounted price of $15.99 USD.

Daniel Pinheiro
Daniel is a games journalist who is deeply passionate about the medium and the impact it can have on our lives. He is open to all kinds of genres, but has a particular affinity for platformers and beat 'em ups. He also helped back the Kickstarter for The Wonderful 101: Remastered.

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