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THE RAMEN SENSEI Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Have you ever wanted to run your own ramen shop? Me neither, but I would like to visit a ramen shop every day if it didn’t fast track poor health. The next best thing would be running your own ramen shop, of course, and The Ramen Sensei fills that void. The Ramen Sensei is part of a production line of simulators all bearing the same guise but covering different industries – games devised for mobile, but have transitioned to the Nintendo Switch. On first impressions, if you haven’t played any of the games in this series, you might be mildly overwhelmed by the in-your-face pixelated presentation. You’d think that playing this on the Switch, there would be a bit more real estate, so you aren’t bombarded with menus, alas, that’s not the case, and the game is far from minimalistic. Your place in society is the owner of a tiny ramen shop, and like classic games such as Theme Park, you want to lure in the customers so that they repeat their visits and tell their friends. Fortunately, there’s only one product you need to market, and that’s ramen, but the diversity of this noodle dish is so in-depth, no one recipe is the same. So, aside from hiring the best staff to run the business and add their skills to the flow of productivity, you devise your own ramen menu to stand out from the crowd. .TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

THE RAMEN SENSEI Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

THE RAMEN SENSEI Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

To do this, you need to create a base – i.e. miso, tonkatsu (pork bone) and shoyu broths, then choose your noodle – thin, think, stringy, straight… then you add your toppings. Not everything is at your disposal from the start, and you steadily unlock new recipes, combinations and ingredients as word of mouth grows, and you have a steady flow of customers. Anyone dismissive that it’s ‘just a bowl of noodles’ need to open their mind and try something new. Just like the real-life counterparts, there are excellent and lousy ramen shops and some that are simply sublime. You want to be the latter. There’s a lot of customisation in The Ramen Sensei, as there should be, and you can name your dishes and, of course, your shop. Perhaps Unko Ramen wasn’t the most luring of names, but that didn’t stop the queues soon forming outside my establishment. Whenever you create a new dish, you’ll get a panel of testers each giving their opinion on the new addition, and it’ll get a rating. I was more or less down with it with my first concoction of miso ramen, almost completely apart from the egg and negi, everyone was impressed apart from one at the end. Subsequently, the first dish got an F.

If you change your sales area, you may be able to find new customers.

Undeterred, I used my alchemy skills to build the best dish available and to get featured in Noodle magazine. Yes, it exists in the game. However, this isn’t a realistic sim as miso ramen would be the winner all round. Instead, you have to listen to your customers and invest in the staff that can ‘read’ customer desires before they’ve made them. Not only does this help you build an even better menu, but ensures the staff is efficient, serving the customers quickly and getting them out for the next in line. As you progress, you can improve on your roster of employees, enter competitions and expand your business to a full-on chain. For a game that is so streamlined at serving one type of business in the hospitality industry, I’d have to say that this was the one that appealed to me most, despite lacking the drive to open my own shop in real life. The attention to detail, that is, the amount of ingredients and combinations is crazy – it’s jam-packed with customisations, so to speak, but the presentation is a personal thing. Dead By Daylight

THE RAMEN SENSEI Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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I’d hate to judge a game on appearance alone, nor would I, but coming to this series, I felt it was a bit of a mess. You can see what you’re doing, eventually, but it’s just very cluttered. The graphics are cute and all, but this was targeted towards the mobile market so visuals aren’t everything and neither should they be. But, on the big screen, they were just a bit of an eyesore. The sound effects and music weren’t much better. However, after creating my first dish and getting to name it the most puerile I could, I was soon making another, and the critique from my customers urged me to make another dish, and another, and you get the point. The Ramen Sensei is a great game to kill time, whether on the commute or you want something engaging that is neither too taxing nor stressful. A lot is going on in the game, and there’s a lot of fun to be had once you navigate yourself around the cluttered interface. Off-beat simulation game developer Kairosoft has slowed down their iOS releases considerably in the last couple of years. That was probably a wise move, given how many elements each of their games tends to share with the rest. With new games from the developer coming only a few times a year now, it’s easier to appreciate each one of them on their own merits, and it hasn’t hurt that their recent releases have demonstrated an effort to break out of the reskinning that categorizes most of their work.

They’ll also introduce new customers to you, keeping the cycle moving.

The Ramen Sensei ($4.99), their latest iOS release, isn’t as innovative as it could be, but its tight focus on its unusual subject matter helps it stand out a little. That said, unless you’re really into the subject of ramen, this game is still essentially preaching to the Kairosoft choir. As with most of the games from this developer, The Ramen Sensei sees you running a business. This time, it’s a ramen restaurant business. It starts with a single shop, but you can eventually expand into a chain of restaurants. Running the business successfully entails a lot of the usual Kairosoft work, like attracting new customer types, winning competitions, managing your staff, and upgrading your facilities. The most important thing you need to take care of is, appropriately, the soup itself. Real ramen shops pride themselves on their individual recipes, and the proprietors often show a surprising amount of passion for their particular combinations of ingredients. Unfortunately, you can’t afford to be such a believer in your recipes. The name of the game here is getting to know your customers and customizing your offerings to suit their preferences. Dark Deception

THE RAMEN SENSEI Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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Making the soup is this game’s main innovation. You choose the broth and noodles that you want, decide who among your staff puts the final preparations on the recipe, and even select the toppings, arranging them in the bowl to make your ramen look just right. Certain combinations of toppings work better together than others, though you’re limited in how many you can use at once based on your level. Once you’ve put together your ramen recipe, you can add it to the menu and let the customers have at it. The more a customer visits your shop, the more likely they’ll be to reveal exactly what recipes they like best. Serving their needs is not only good for business in general, it also helps you to win competitions and unlock new items and features. They’ll also introduce new customers to you, keeping the cycle moving. Winning competitions is important because, along with leveling up, the prizes are the grease that keeps the gears turning. You’ll earn new toppings, broths, and noodles, get the right to open shops in other cities, and earn building permits through these contests, and they are one of the best ways to earn experience points. The competitions play out in a dramatic fashion, with you and your competitors having stalls set up to serve whichever ramen you’ve selected to the customers that come along.

Making the soup is this game’s main innovation

Whoever scores the most points in a set amount of time wins, and points are earned by pulling in a lot of customers and satisfying them as much as possible. You can see ahead of time which customers you’ll be expecting along with whether or not your soup does it for them, so it’s not hard to plan things out to maximize your advantage. I feel like the whole subculture around ramen and ramen shops is fairly well-represented here, albeit filtered through the Kairosoft lens. The passion and reverence for the recipes certainly play to a specific niche, but part of what’s fun about Kairosoft games is that they’re not afraid to tackle narrow categories. Sadly, the old problem rears its head once more here. Beyond the momentary excitement of being able to arrange ingredients visually, there isn’t much here to get the engines running for players who have burnt out on this developer’s particular brand of simulation. The visual design is the same as it’s always been, with the customers being the usual wacky line-up of characters we’ve seen since Kairosoft’s earliest games. The soundtrack has a couple of new tricks, but like the temporary thrill of arranging eggs and chives, it doesn’t take long for you to get over it.

THE RAMEN SENSEI Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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If you love ramen and have been waiting for a sim that captures all of the spills and thrills of running your own chain of shops, well, you might as well bite on The Ramen Sensei because I somehow doubt anyone’s going to be doing it better than this. Similarly, if you devour Kairosoft games like the last few cashews in the bowl of mixed nuts, you’ll enjoy yourself here. It’s all done to their usual standards, after all. On the other hand, if you’ve tasted this soup too often in the past and are wondering if the new toppings mean anything for the flavor, you might want to go somewhere else for lunch. Kairosoft knows just how its customers like their soup, and at this point, expecting them to create something totally different is like hoping for Burger King to retire the Whopper.

Build your ramen rep by fashioning the ultimate bowl from a vast assortment of noodles, soup, and toppings. From roast pork to miso, mackerel, and more–the only limit is your imagination, meaning you’ll need to use your noodle to nail the right recipes and bring hungry customers in by the crowd! Enter contests and see how you size up against rivals, thus cementing your standing as superlative sensei of the savory! Succeed–and one day you might even have your own ramen theme park!First, you’ll want to make some ramen that you can sell at your shop. Choose a type of noodle and soup and finally add some toppings. If you change your sales area, you may be able to find new customers. Satisfied customers can become regulars, so try to make the kinds of ramen that they like. Once you gain access to the Ramen Hall, you will be able to manage multiple shops simultaneously. Rival shops will also appear, so do your best to make delicious ramen. After you’ve played for a while, you will be able to make your own original noodles and soups. Experiment to make the best ramen you can! If you make ramen that you are particularly proud of, you can enter it in a contest, arena or try a grading test to make your shop even more popular. Cuphead The Delicious Last Course

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