Maid Cafe at Electric Street Opens Doors in 2024

Maid Cafe at Electric Street invites customer to take a seat on Steam and build their own café next year.

Shout ‘Irasshaimase’ and prepare to be the best host possible when Maid Cafe at Electric Street launches nest year on Steam. Indie developer Adventurer’s Tavern has announced that PLAYSIM will publish this café management sim when it hits the streets and scouts out some business next year.

Set in the busy streets of Nipponbashi, Osaka this leisurely café adventure puts players in the position of an unexpected café manager. After exiting a toxic corporate setup, the only route you’ll have to success is to build up a run-down maid café tucked away in a quiet part of town. Player’s taking on the challenge will get to know the four main maids o this tale. know the four unique main girls: Shiro, Miyu, Favna, and Honoka all bring their own personalities and narrative take to events. In between the daily gossip, you’ll need to do some work. Allocate the right maid for each job, get the ambiance right, and help out on the floor.

Aside from its pixel art aesthetic, there’s more to Maid Cafe at Electric Street than number crunching. The dev behind this clearly has a bit local knowledge. If you’ve ever been to the bustling corridors of Nipponbashi, you might recognize Surugaya, Sofmap, Dragon Star, Super Potato, and Karaoke Rainbow. There’s also an opportunity to get out on the town, collect gachapon, and more. If you were intrigued by Calico but want a bit more kawaii and less cat, then this could be a great change of pace. While I’m intrigued by the concept, I’m unlikely to make it to Tokyo games Show to try out the demo. If you do, let us know your thoughts, assuming you’re not too busy going full Otaku in Osaka. Find out more about Maid Cafe at Electric Street on the Steam Store page now.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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