Sunday, May 20, 2012

Cafeteria Nipponica short guide

This is so far one of the Kairosoft games that required me to play many times and unlock many items. Much time was spent on the game so I thought it would be good to write a short guide on the events that happens in this game so as a player you have a bit of direction going on. Until now I'm sure I've yet to unlock all the possible events generated from clients as some of them have not given me points that are satisfactory in the game to trigger one. The way to please the customer is to cater to the type of food they like and the only hint you get when you click on them is the attribute they would like to see in the dish. 

What you can aim to do is to upgrade some dishes to fit this 5 types of clients available which is student, youth, housewives, business man, and tourist. All the different types of attribute of a dish is the key to impress the customers such as tourist will like food that is rare so pick one dish that uses an ingredient that is rare or ingredients that holds a high amount of stars, you will see the points the customer give going up. Just continue reading this post and you'll find the items or recipes that will be unlock when you go ingredient hunting. It only happens every 3 months so pick a place and make sure you have enough employees to go or else you will need 2 rounds to actually find a treasure from the area. My tip for you is the start with the 1st three spots and make sure your restaurant ranks #1 in the first two areas and then move those stores to new areas. Keep the third store at the third spot and the rest of the games continues on with ranking up the 4th and 5th area which is harder to rank up. I have also included what treasure is found in those areas.

The taste, appeal, pricing and star of a dish carries over after you have completed the first high score. The staff that you have hired in your game has a  job level, stats, job experience and skills recorded when your high score is calculated and you will get those in your new game. I hope this small guide helps and I will continue to update this post as long as I've unlocked something new in the game.

I was asked by a reader that which dishes has great value and I wanna thank that person because I have not thought of that. It is indeed useful information so that you know which dishes served would bring in more business. Below is a few of dishes that I feel is good to sell because of the stars and pricing.

Bird's Nest Soup 9 stars 12,000 yen
Gold Ice Cream 9 stars 8,000 yen      
Hamburger Steak 7 stars 9,800 yen      
Hot Pot                   5 stars 9,500 yen      
Ikizukuri                  9 stars 12,500 yen
Kaiseki Cuisine       9 stars 16,000 yen
Kid's Lunch            9 stars 9,500 yen
Sashimi                  6 stars 9,100 yen
Shark Fin Soup      6 stars 9,500 yen
Steak                     5 stars 9,200 yen
Topgrade Sushi   9 stars 10,000 yen
Yakiniku                8 stars 15,000 yen

Local woods - 1st treasure - udon dish, yaki onigiri recipe
2nd - fried rice recipe, popular table
3rd - salad recipe, $5000

Steep Hills - 1st - Toast dish, bookshelf
2nd - Spaghetti recipe, Chinese table
3rd - Rice omelette recipe
4th - toy corner

Local Farm - 1st - Pop table
2nd - oak cast set
3rd -

Green Pasture - 1st - ice cream, chinese counter
2nd - Omelette dish
3rd - public phone
4th - Stew recipe, 10k

Fishery - 1st - Sauteed Chicken, standard sofa
2nd - Red table
3rd - vending machine
4th - simple room

Veggie Market - 1st - karage, luxury set
2nd - orange crate
3rd - Bird's nest soup recipe

Fish market - 1st - salad, simple counter
2nd - shumai
3rd - relaxing sofa
4th - salad
5th - bench

Craggy rocks - 1st - grilled fish, chocolate parfait recipe
2nd - western sofa
3rd - Kid's Lunch recipe
4th - Dining sofa

Fisher's House - 1st - Grilled fish dish
2nd - Arcade game
3rd - Steak recipe
4th - White sofa
5th - Takoyaki dish
6th - Japanese set

Contract farmer - 1st - toast dish
2nd - aquarium
3rd - tempura recipe
4th - simple sofa
5th - Ramen dish
6th - Theater set

Top fish market - 1st - Shumai dish
2nd - student set
3rd - meat stir fry recipe
4th - Luxury sofa
5th - Japanese set, tuna bowl dish, 10k hidden stash

Associated Store - 1st - nimono recipe
2nd - Luxury counter
3rd - top-grade sushi recipe
4th - Berry parfait recipe

Dept. Store - 1st - Miso soup dish
2nd - Office set
3rd - Ikizukuri recipe
4th - Corn chowder dish

NY Market - 1st - Toast dish
2nd - Luxury room
3rd - Hamburger dish
4th - Pasta cabonara dish

Kairo Island - 1st - Ice cream dish
2nd - Relaxing Room
3rd - Gratin recipe
4th - Grand piano
5th - Floor Cushion set
6th - Gold kairobot

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Diablo 3

I'm just so so excited when I received my copy of the game. Even though it's one day late but after my friend told me he got the package I was jumping up and down a bit =P. I have not played Diablo I but last year I did play Diablo II with my friends so unlike other people I only waited almost a year for this game where else my friends have waited 11 years. I do not know much to actually tell the story here. My knowledge about Diablo is only reading the prequel books that was published and I enjoyed the trilogy. 

I've managed to play till the part where the Open beta weekend allowed which makes my character level 10. So far the story is interesting and I'm expecting more from Blizzard because all the while they are good story tellers in their games. This game is quite simple to play compared to MMORPGs because mostly what you do is fight monsters and complete quests. Anyway anymore writing will be spoilers to people who play so I'll end this short post with some pictures of the Diablo III game box.

1 guest pass for WoW and 2 for Diablo 3

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Cafeteria Nipponica Recipes

I've decided to write this post that contains all the recipe that can be found. I still think that there's more because there are some ingredients that are not used to make dishes. Since some forum I've read said this list I get is the full so here it is. I will still continue to try anything I can because I think those ingredients have a purpose. I will list the dishes according to type.

Onigiri = Rice + Dried Seaweed
Yaki Onigiri = Onigiri + Soy Sauce
Pork Bun = Shumai + Top-Class Pork
Takoyaki = Pork Bun + Flour + Octopus
Karaage = Toast + Boned Chicken
Toast = Rice + Flour
French Fries = Toast + Northern Potato
Hamburger = Toast + Marbled Beef
Pizza Toast = Toast + Tomato

Fried Rice = Rice + Carrot
Crab Fried Rice = Fried Rice + King Crab + Mild Vinegar
Ramen = Udon + Boned Chicken
Miso Ramen = Ramen + Special Miso + Sweet Corn
BBQ Pork Ramen = Ramen + Top-Class Pork + Garlic
Combo Ramen = Ramen + Soy Sauce + Fresh Eggs
Chilled Noodles = Ramen + Mild Vinegar + Hot Spices
Shark Fin Soup = Seafood Soup + Tasty Fish + Secret Sauce
Bird's Nest Soup = Shark Fin Soup + Caviar + Foie Gras
Shumai = Rice + Top-Class Pork
Gyoza = Shumai + Green Onion + Ginger
Meat Gyoza = Gyoza + Top-Class Pork
Seafood Gyoza = Gyoza + Top-Class Shrimp + Cabbage
Veggie Stir Fry = Salad + Carrot + Cabbage
Meat Stir Fry = Veggie Stir Fry + Top-Class Pork + Kikurage

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