Little Dragons Cafe coming to PC on November 15

Raise a dragon to save your mother.

Little Dragons Cafe

Little Dragons Cafe is coming to PC via Steam on November 15, publisher Aksys Games and developed Toybox Games announced.

The life simulation game first launched for PlayStation 4 and Switch in late June.

Here is an overview of the game, via Aksys Games:


Little Dragons Cafe opens with a twin brother and sister learning to cook and manage a small cafe with their mother. All was routine until one morning when the twins discover that their mother won’t wake up. Suddenly, a strange old man appears and tells them that they must raise a dragon to save her. Working with three quirky cafe employees, the twins must wrangle a dragon and run the family business while finding a way to save their mother.

Key Features

In Little Dragons Cafe, players can choose to play as either sibling Ren or Rin. The story-driven gameplay features a delectable balance of these three ingredients:

  • Manage your Cafe – Run your own cafe by preparing tasty dishes, serving customers, and supervising a colorful cast of eccentric staff and visitors.
  • Explore the World – Discover an entirely new world filled with wildlife, secrets, and dangers while collecting ingredients and recipes to enhance your cafe menu.
  • Raise a Dragon – Care for your very own dragon from baby to adult. Explore, hunt, and uncover new areas with your faithful companion.

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