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Hungry Hearts Diner (Android iOS) Gameplay
Hungry Hearts Diner : A Tale of Star-Crossed Souls
It is a game about a small shop at the edge of a big city. I am excited to see where the plot of this game lead to. The Story : 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. Sit down at one of the worn wooden tables, and close your eyes.
Boy, did he find a good one because I thought this game was wonderfully crafted with thoughtful back stories, simple yet entertaining game play, calming background music and very cute art. Yes, I know, everything one looks for in a game lol! - Learn more.
I unlocked the Shinto Altar soon after I wrote the other post. I forgot which came first: reaching level 30 or getting the Shinto Altar. Regardless, when I reached level 30, it stopped leveling up. I was a bit disappointed because leveling up gave free stamina. I ended up slowing down on playing the game. Right now I am occasionally logging on to max out recipes.
This game is more akin to a good book — enjoyed at your own pace, characters with stakes and loveable flaws, a warm, sweet story, a few tears, and finished in a few sittings. I am avoiding too much detail here since the story is best enjoyed with as little information going in as possible. A small diner sits on the edge of a large, nameless town. Summer brings Tanabata, the festival of star-crossed lovers trapped on either side of the Milky Way. With it, feelings of loneliness and loss fill the hearts of some of the locals. Using your stamina, cook up recipes from your book. Customers will order based on what you have available on your sideboard.