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Cat Cafe Manager

Дата выхода:
14.04.2022
Разработчик:
Roost Games
Издатель:
Freedom Games
Регион активации:
RU/CIS
Языки:
Русский, Английский, Французский, Итальянский, Немецкий
Cистема активации:
Steam
301.18 RUB
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Тебя ждёт жизнь менеджера котокафе! Бабушка оставила тебе небольшое кафе в сонной деревушке Кейтеруол Вэй, и тебе предстоит вернуть ему блеск, впечатлить местных жителей и подружиться с местными котиками. Пора засучить рукава, достать инструменты и начать мастерить! При должном усердии, с хорошим меню и, конечно, няшными котиками ваше котокафе может стать главным местом городка.

Именно так, в Катервол Вэй обитает множество необычных кошачьих. Кафе может стать их домом, на радость жителей деревни. Кто знает, может быть, их присутствие развяжет чьи-нибудь языки, и вам удастся раскрыть тайны... кошек Кейтеруол Вэй и забрать их с улиц, подарив им дом.




К моменту твоего прибытие кафе выглядит запущенным и заброшенным, но всё это можно исправить, если приложить немного усилий (и денег).
Отремонтируй кафе, затем укрась и расширь его по своему усмотрению, чтобы создать уютное место для отдыха котиков и людей!
Собери умелую команду, правильно выбирая в неё людей, управляй их нагрузкой и помогай им совершенствовать свои навыки.
Улучшай и дальше работу своего кафе, предлагая блюда и другие позиции меню согласно потребностям клиентов.



Хорошее кафе - это не просто ресторан с хорошей едой и напитками. Вся разница – в человеческих отношениях. В Кейтеруол Вэй это значит дружить и с котиками, и с людьми.
Подружись и наладь отношения с самыми разными жителями деревни, такими как Финли, молодой музыкант, пытающийся стать звездой, или Боннер, местный паромщик, который может рассказать несколько знатных баек.
Присматривай за местными котиками, заводи с ними дружбу с ними и, в конце концов, забирай их к себе. Каждый бездомный котик уникален и привнесёт в твоё кафе нечто новое.
Порадуй своих человеческих и кошачьих друзей, чтобы разгадать подсказки и в конце концов узнать секреты Кейтеруол Вэй.



У Кейтеруол Вэй долгая и загадочная история и множество праздников, чествующих её. Если хочешь сделать своё котокафе центром деревни, действуй соответствующим образом!
Ходи по городку, общайся с местными жителями, открывай новые рецепты и возможности для своего кафе.
Если все сложится удачно, возможно, однажды тебе удастся разгадать тайну разрушающегося древнего святилища старого кошачьего бога в лесах близ Кейтервол Вэй...

Системные требования

Минимальные системные требования:

  • 64-разрядные процессор и операционная система
  • ОС: Windows 10
  • Процессор: Intel Core i3 64-bit
  • Оперативная память: 4 GB ОЗУ
  • Видеокарта: Intel HD4000
  • Место на диске: 500 MB
  • Дополнительно: Game does not support ultrawide monitors

Рекомендуемые системные требования:

  • 64-разрядные процессор и операционная система
  • ОС: Windows 10
  • Процессор: Intel Core i3 64-bit
  • Оперативная память: 8 GB ОЗУ
  • Видеокарта: Intel HD4000
  • Место на диске: 500 MB
  • Дополнительно: Game does not support ultrawide monitors

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