DescriptionA blend of strategy and action, Ore no Ryomi is a simulator of a restaurant (or - more specifically - a bar), based somewhat on the 1999 PlayStation game Ore no Ryōri.
In the strategic section of the game, you buy various things for your bar - e.g. a candy machine or an expansion of your limited menu. Then, you begin a day of work, and the action begins...
Numerous customers run into the bar, each of them demanding to be served fast, fast, fast! You have to skillfully divide your time between preparing their meals (while adhering to their orders perfectly), disposing of trash, washing the dishes, and - sometimes - chasing crooks. After you prepare an order, you sometimes have to wait until it cooks, being careful that the customer doesn't receive a raw - or overcooked - meal! If you slip, you'll receive less money for the order. And if someone waits too long for your attention, their patience will run out and they'll pull out of the bar.
Every few days, an inspection from the Dept. of Health will come along to see if your restaurant is safe and clean - failing leaves you forced to pay a tremendous fine.
Once you finish the main "Franchise Mode" (you need to collect a large amount of money within 40 days), you can try your skill with the "Arcade Mode".
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- "Ore no Ryori" -- Alternate spelling (used interchangeably on the Vertigo Games website)
- "Choi Na No Aki!" -- Working title
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Early developmentThe game was first announced by the author in a post on the Game Maker forums back in February 2002; its title back then was Choi Na No Aki! (which supposedly means "I am the Cook!" in Chinese), and it was going to include "random events like fire, choking, a person skipping out on the bill, or roach infestation".
Related Web Sites
- Ore no Ryomi 1 & 2 (Current homepage of the game at the developer's website. )
- Ore no Ryomi 1 Download (Download the game from the official Vertigo Games website. )
- Ore no Ryori (Old homepage of the game (now defunct, accessed through the Internet Archive))