Taiwanese cuisine visual novel Food Girls coming to Switch on November 26 in Japan

Currently available for PC.

Food Girls

Justdan International will release Simon Creative and Storia-developed Taiwanese cuisine visual novel Food Girls for Switch on November 26 in Japan for 4,180 yen, according to listings at retailers such as Amazon Japan, Rakuten, and Yodobashi.

In addition to the standard edition, a 7,480 yen limited edition will also be available, which includes the following additional items:

  • Special box
  • Mini message card
  • Acyrlic stand
  • Drink holder

First-print copies of either edition include an original place mat.

Food Girls first launched for PC in December 2018, and was released in English via Steam in August 2019.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

“If we don’t pass the upcoming evaluation in three months, the snack street will be sold off?!”

A production of Simon Creative and Storia, Taiwanese cuisine personification visual novel!

  • Unique “Business Management” system.
  • Characters voiced by Japanese voice actors.
  • A rich and diverse chain of story events.
  • Multiple endings are up for the challenge!
  • Over 30 CGs.

Story

As a professional consultant from the consultant company, you are requested to run a promotion project for the local snack street.

Yet the seemingly easy marketing case turns out to be quite a pickle! The aged storefront, outdated furniture and an area absent of air conditioner……

Despite the unique taste of the foods, it completely fails to attract any customers.

Meanwhile, the shocking news that the snack street is sitting on an acquisition crisis just came out of the blue, what would you do in the 3 months given to save the sinking boat?

The journey to saving the snack street now begins!

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