All fired up.
Booting up Little Dragons Café for the first time, the first thing that strikes is how damn cute the whole thing is. From the adorable twins you choose between to play as to the quaint café itself complete with delightful miniature vegetable patch and impossibly sweet chickens running around, everything is designed to immediately tug at the heartstrings. You’re then thrust into a bizarre, and surprisingly dark, storyline where these young children have to save their half-dragon comatose mother by running her café themselves and raising a dragon that hatches from an egg a strange old wizard brings by.
Little Dragons Café is brought to us by the creator of Harvest Moon, a fact which is immediately evident. There are a lot of similarities, from the lack of combat and peaceful ambience to the farming for ingredients and exploring new areas in the world. Stylistically it’s quite different with Little Dragons Café having a storybook feel, helped in part by its childlike colouring for its art style. This has even more of an impact when coupled with the slightly supernatural and magical feel of the characters and story – it’s hard not to be charmed.
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