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November 11, 2022

Kenzie

The hearty, wholesome Indonesian game The Night Soup’s demo is ready to serve

November 11, 2022 | Kenzie

Miracle Gates Entertainment based in Bali, Indonesia, has spun a calm and cozy tale – and it comes in a bowl of soup.

The Night Soup is a point-and-click story-driven game set in Southside Town on Dewata Island. You play as the ex-”Grand Hotel” chef Nathan, whose life takes a tragic turn, and he has to step away from the glamour of luxury culinary life.

In the game, you help him run a small roadside soup shop, open exclusively on sunrise watch hours, in order to survive the competition. Due to this unique selling point, Nathan’s soup shop attracts a different crowd, made up of night shift workers and others craving good soup from 10 PM to 7 AM.

As you progress through the story, Nathan’s sous chef chops are put to the test in the form of cooking puzzles. Players can sharpen their culinary skills with recipes and mini-games through a fun and simple point-and-click interface.

The trailer features some of the colorful cast of characters – or, should we say, customers. You not only share the ups and downs of life with these interesting guests, but they could also give you a new recipe or two.

Key gameplay features include:

  • Narrative-focused, simple gameplay for a calm experience
  • Interactive, animated cooking mini-games
  • Beautifully illustrated characters and environments with a comfy OST

With several menus, cooking styles, characters, and events to keep you on your toes, The Night Soup has a lot to offer visual novel and cooking game lovers. It also helps that the game features a number of real-life delicious Indonesian dishes – we’re drooling already!

You can download the relaxing and cheery demo at their Itch.io page. You can catch updates from the Miracle Gates Entertainment website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube.


Kenzie

Kenzie received a second childhood by crunching five generations of video game history in her free time – out of pure boredom and fascination. Since then, she’s been obsessively playing and writing about games and interactive fiction. She hopped aboard VirtualSEA to discover more about the regional game industry and help promote its talent and titles. She has a rolling list of favorite games, but Knights of the Old Republic and Horizon Zero Dawn come out on top.

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