If you’re looking to fill out your back catalog of Kairosoft games, or have just put the brakes on buying new ones at full price, two of their semi-recent releases just dropped in price. Cafeteria Nipponica ($4.99) is down to $0.99 from $3.99 for the first time this year. Similarly, Ninja Village ($4.99) is on sale for the first time, dropping from $4.99 to $1.99.
We reviewed both Ninja Village and Cafeteria Nipponica, and both have a similar vibe: If you love Kairosoft style management games of things you may or may not understand how to manage in real life, both of these games will keep you busy for quite some time.
Alternatively, if you’re still chasing the magic of Game Dev Story ($4.99), I’m not sure you’ll find it here. It’s a bit of a mystery as to why they’re waiting so long to release Game Dev Story 2, as it’s turning in to Kairosoft’s Final Fantasy VI ($14.99) in that it’s the game everyone wants and all they’d need to do is fart a barely working port up on the App Store to see millions of downloads.
But, hey, #yolo.