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Bistro Heroes

Bistro Heroes

Team Tapas

A new RPG 'Bistro Heroes', from Team Tapas, the developer of 'A Girl Adrift'!

4.7 Ratings 54K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads

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A new RPG 'Bistro Heroes', from Team Tapas, the developer of 'A Girl Adrift'!
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4.7
53.9K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    80+%
  2. 4
    14+%
  3. 3
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  • A Gem in simplicity. Oct 20, 2020

    By Tableball35
    This game, a small mobile game within the swathes of AAA FPS titles and remasters, is in my opinion the pinnacle of the ‘less is more’ approach in Video Game Design. It provides all the elements a good RPG, if not game, should have: Core Mechanics, Main hook, reward system, story, graphics, characters, so on and so forth. It is by no means the next Final Fantasy or Fire Emblem: Heroes, but that’s because it doesn’t have to be. Bistro Heroes is a game of two girls, in need of a meal, find a food stall in the middle of the forest managed by a silent master chef. In exchange for food and a place to stay, they bring the chef ingredients to cook from their travels to get back to the royal palace. There is a little more than I left out for briefness’ sake, but that is the main synopsis. A simple premise, a simple mechanic, a simple world. And the devs blend it all together to make it a truly wonderful experience. There is no true P2W aspect that I am aware of as of yet, though purchases are still available if desired. Devs, keep up the great work, cause you’ve really have something going here!
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  • Dec 19, 2020

    By Fujiwara No Mokou
    A masterpiece. the size is only 217MB but the game is really fun , very calming. It's the best game with very small size yet so fun like ultra. Good Work for the dev. i really support this game. The story is mesmerizing , the joke is my taste , the characters are ahhhh idk how to say. It's the 2nd best game on my device. Aaaaaa very well made , once again , Good Work for the Dev. Both yer games A Girl A drift and Bistro Heroes are very well made games. NGL. Do you mind if i make a manga abt it?
    more
  • Adorable and Simply Delicious! Sep 1, 2020

    By Player😏😏😏
    I picked up this game thinking it was going to be choc full of copyright free music and bland as sawdust story. I got everything but that! The game’s story is based around a ragtag party of heroes investigating an incident, and while that’s all fine and dandy, the real soul of the game is the mood that arises after a good meal. I’m sure you’ve been there after a good buffet, the table is merry with bubbly joy and raucous laughter. Bistro Heroes captures this feeling so simply and perfectly. Sure, there’s no elegant and detailed animations or award winning portraits (except for the food) but cute and cartoony movement tells you exactly what’s going on. Everything is concise in just the right places (unlike this review); no long dragged out stories, battles, or timers. I especially like the little sound effects and background, not every achievement has to signal a huge fanfare, and there’s no overbearing music to force a mood. It’s just you, your heroes, and a pile of meat skewers.
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  • Jan 10, 2021

    By Nepu Nepu
    The mechanic while simple can offer a nice depth gameplay, and have a good potential as well. But, the wall gate is noticeable, and when you are really stuck you ended up having a tamagochi game instead. If asked what can be inproved, this game should have a mode with constant challenge, like user generated or random generated levels so people can actually play (the interesting combat/puzzle mechanic) in their spare time without rushing the main story faster than the game dev able to make.
    more
  • Simple yet effective recipe Sep 26, 2020

    By yetanotherjk
    This game surprised me. I didn’t have any expectations going into it, but the amount of polish and depth built around such uncomplicated battle and progression systems quickly won me over. I’ve found it very hard to describe; it is something that needs to be experienced to understand. This game is best played as a casual, meandering journey, and not a sprint. After the initial couple of hours of gameplay to establish how all the systems work, I now simply sign in for a couple of minutes a few times a day. That has been sufficient to feel a good sense of continuous progression. It’s a game of a million tiny micro-upgrades over time, and it is amazingly satisfying inching towards that next win in story mode, or that next level down in the mines.
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  • A Gem in simplicity. Oct 20, 2020

    By Tableball35
    This game, a small mobile game within the swathes of AAA FPS titles and remasters, is in my opinion the pinnacle of the ‘less is more’ approach in Video Game Design. It provides all the elements a good RPG, if not game, should have: Core Mechanics, Main hook, reward system, story, graphics, characters, so on and so forth. It is by no means the next Final Fantasy or Fire Emblem: Heroes, but that’s because it doesn’t have to be. Bistro Heroes is a game of two girls, in need of a meal, find a food stall in the middle of the forest managed by a silent master chef. In exchange for food and a place to stay, they bring the chef ingredients to cook from their travels to get back to the royal palace. There is a little more than I left out for briefness’ sake, but that is the main synopsis. A simple premise, a simple mechanic, a simple world. And the devs blend it all together to make it a truly wonderful experience. There is no true P2W aspect that I am aware of as of yet, though purchases are still available if desired. Devs, keep up the great work, cause you’ve really have something going here!
    more
  • Dec 19, 2020

    By Fujiwara No Mokou
    A masterpiece. the size is only 217MB but the game is really fun , very calming. It's the best game with very small size yet so fun like ultra. Good Work for the dev. i really support this game. The story is mesmerizing , the joke is my taste , the characters are ahhhh idk how to say. It's the 2nd best game on my device. Aaaaaa very well made , once again , Good Work for the Dev. Both yer games A Girl A drift and Bistro Heroes are very well made games. NGL. Do you mind if i make a manga abt it?
    more
  • Adorable and Simply Delicious! Sep 1, 2020

    By Player😏😏😏
    I picked up this game thinking it was going to be choc full of copyright free music and bland as sawdust story. I got everything but that! The game’s story is based around a ragtag party of heroes investigating an incident, and while that’s all fine and dandy, the real soul of the game is the mood that arises after a good meal. I’m sure you’ve been there after a good buffet, the table is merry with bubbly joy and raucous laughter. Bistro Heroes captures this feeling so simply and perfectly. Sure, there’s no elegant and detailed animations or award winning portraits (except for the food) but cute and cartoony movement tells you exactly what’s going on. Everything is concise in just the right places (unlike this review); no long dragged out stories, battles, or timers. I especially like the little sound effects and background, not every achievement has to signal a huge fanfare, and there’s no overbearing music to force a mood. It’s just you, your heroes, and a pile of meat skewers.
    more
  • Simple yet effective recipe Sep 26, 2020

    By yetanotherjk
    This game surprised me. I didn’t have any expectations going into it, but the amount of polish and depth built around such uncomplicated battle and progression systems quickly won me over. I’ve found it very hard to describe; it is something that needs to be experienced to understand. This game is best played as a casual, meandering journey, and not a sprint. After the initial couple of hours of gameplay to establish how all the systems work, I now simply sign in for a couple of minutes a few times a day. That has been sufficient to feel a good sense of continuous progression. It’s a game of a million tiny micro-upgrades over time, and it is amazingly satisfying inching towards that next win in story mode, or that next level down in the mines.
    more
  • Dec 25, 2020

    By Ashley Giddings
    I really appreciate how you can honestly play through the game for free. The wait periods aren't so over the top you can't progress without paying. Bistro Heroes has a good balance between increasing character skill and story progression. I big appreciate that! Even when you can't afford the next upgrade, it's fun to gather food to make dishes to reach that goal. The combat system is simple, but fun to memorize the pattern of the battle. The game is adorable.
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  • Jan 10, 2021

    By Nepu Nepu
    The mechanic while simple can offer a nice depth gameplay, and have a good potential as well. But, the wall gate is noticeable, and when you are really stuck you ended up having a tamagochi game instead. If asked what can be inproved, this game should have a mode with constant challenge, like user generated or random generated levels so people can actually play (the interesting combat/puzzle mechanic) in their spare time without rushing the main story faster than the game dev able to make.
    more
  • Dec 24, 2020

    By Mens Rea
    Love this game, it's very cute, well executed and a pleasure to play. The one complaint I have (and it's getting to be a big one now the game is really progressing) is the levelling system. It's very slow and hard to level up... I would love to play this but sadly most of the time, I am forced to just log in, create dishes and do the daily dungeon and that's it. Can't do any quests cus my heroes aren't strong enough! Maybe once a week I can actually play a couple of levels, which is sad!
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  • Jan 2, 2021

    By What Well
    A rare game of great quality.😃 Single Immobile Ranged Enemy (condition) are too tanky and rapid at landing hits. Tough even with Hotdog/Mocha.😓 Some bosses being immobile on the ends are frustrating: There were no proper controls to move middle units to take damage from the boss. e.g. Beach and Royal Forest.🙁 Melee units are weak, defensive value do not compensate loss on firepower. Barriers are ineffective on them. Dies often.😓
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  • Jan 1, 2021

    By Dran
    This one feels like a gem among the piles of dung in the mobile games industry. It is unique in that it is slow pace, doesnt try to develop a habit of having you logging in multiple times a day and playing it, does not force packages after packages on you, does not try too hard to encourage addiction in the form of gambling and ect, and allows all ads to be removed if you make just 1 puchase. It is simple, cute and a great game to just chill with.
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  • Diamond in the rough Dec 14, 2020

    By Lord Unagi
    This game has great potential! The only downside of it compared to other mobile games are the frequent new content it can provide for the player. I enjoy this game, but will continue to play, but I don’t know for how long. I have hopes that it will keep me hooked in for a little longer.
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  • Jan 8, 2021

    By Lola Bunny
    I loves this game but it does have some flaws that bother me, it would still be nice if you had VA for the characters, that way it won't feel as desolate and quiet all the time when playing it. Another issue is that I don't understand why the money capacity doesn't increase when you update, it's a pain in the butt to have all those recipes being cooked and you cap at 2.29 mil. It makes upgrading health and attack slow and tedious, it also hinders story progression immensely.
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