[Game] Hungry Hearts Diner – A Tale of Star-Crossed Souls
Hungry Hearts Diner is a game about a small shop at the edge of a big city.
Take on the role of the hard-working old lady struggling to manage her family’s little restaurant—and all by her lonesome, too!
Cook tasty meals for a variety of colorful characters, and learn more about their triumphs and struggles as they chow down on your tasty, home-cooked food. Rice balls, dumplings, tempura…you can make it all!
In fact, the more you cook, the more dishes you’ll unlock.
And hey, you’ll even get a chance to learn about good ol’ fashioned Japanese cuisine while you’re at it! Did you know you can make jelly out of seaweed? Because I didn’t!
Of course, the people who visit your diner all have a story to tell.
And what makes people more talkative than a full belly?
Feed your customers until they feel like sitting back and spinning you a yarn or two!
But not every story is a happy one, and not every ending joyous. Stay tuned for some twists and turns!
On a tiny side street in a nameless little neighborhood sits an old Japanese diner. Things are quiet here; old-fashioned you might say. But of course they are. It’s Showa era Japan, and the television is just starting to come into vogue.
Slide open the screen door and you’ll see a kindly old lady hard at work behind the counter. Her husband’s been sick for a while, and she’s had to run the place on her own.
It’s hard work, but she’s a tough one, and she gets by.
Sit down at one of the worn wooden tables, and close your eyes. Thunk thunk goes the steady beat of a knife chopping veggies. Hisss; the sound of meat sizzling in a pan.
Swish swish; a whisk beating eggs. The soothing sounds of a simple kitchen.
Sit here long enough, and all that tension will just flow right out of you. So come on in, order a hot meal, and take a load off. The peace’ll do you good.
So, let me guess. The question you’re asking yourself right now is “is this game for me”? Well, maybe it is.
Do you like casual/idle games?
Do you like games where you run a shop?
Are you looking for a nice, relaxing story?
Ever played any of our other games, like Oden Cart or Showa Candy Shop? (If so, thanks a bunch!)
Are you hungry?*
Warning: This game is not edible. Please don’t try to eat your phone.
If you answered “Yes!!!!” to any of the above, well,
maybe this game’s for you. Give it a download and a shot.
It’s free, so it won’t cost you a dime!
We very much hope it brings you a smile! Or perhaps even some tears?
Hungry Hearts Diner user reviews :
I love sososososo veryveryveryvery muccchhhh this game! It’s so simple. It’s so refreshing because you don’t need use your brain so much. It’s nice game to spend your time when you are bored. And the story is so touching. The arts are also beautiful. It’s PERFECT!
This game is sure emotional, I loved the game in every aspects it gives. It will surely touch your heart when you play this perfect game. I recommend this to be played slowly as possible so that you can be immersed with the story of the game. To the developers thank you so much. You have given me a story that I can relate my life on.
This was one of the best game i have ever played in my life, the story, the characters, the plot. Everything just perfect for me. I wasn’t expecting the ending but it’s still a very satisfying ending. At first I was just grinding it like any other game but just after the first conversation I was more interested in knowing them. The grandma and grandpa’s conversations were kinda funny. But man, the ending. *sniff*. A really great game. Thank you to all the deva for making such a great game.
While there’s nothing wrong with this game, its not fun to play. The pacing is bad (takes way too long to do everything – serve customers, earn money, level up etc) and the story is mediocre at best. There’s just no incentive to keep playing. Its successors, Hungry Hearts Diner 2, is better in every way.
Playing this a second time after many years did not diminish its value at all. Truly a good blend of gaming and heart, which is lacking in most other games. Deserves more than 5 stars, and i truly would not have thought that a simple game like this would be a reminder for me to slow down and appreciate the things around me. Thank you. Going on to play the sequel now!
Played this a few years ago, found out they had a sequel, came back to replay the first. IT IS STILL SO GOOD. The story and gameplay is everything I want in a mobile game. I only wish I could pay to get rid of ads, or to speed up frenzy modes. But this held up. Can’t wait to try the sequel now.
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