Run an internet cafe in this free sim game
Internet Cafe Simulator is a free first-person life simulation video game that allows you to run an internet cafe in a small city. Developed by Cocopo, this game is all about running an internet cafe business and encompasses various aspects of taking care of your very own cafe—from buying the proper equipment in order to earn more money when customers use them to satisfying any customer’s additional service that you can provide. Internet Cafe Simulator is very hands-on with its gameplay and may remind you of House Flipper due to its graphics and first-person mechanics.
Work hard and play hard
Internet Cafe Simulator puts you directly into the action with its first-person perspective. Unlike other simulation games that make you feel like a god, Internet Cafe Simulator has you playing out the day-to-day life of someone who had rented out a small hotel room in order to be close to their cafe location. You move by using the on-screen joystick and pan your camera view by dragging the screen around.
Then you can interact with interactable objects when your centered pointer lands on them, and a hand symbol appears so you can tap it. Some items can be thrown, put down, or rotated while in your hold—for when you decorate your cafe. Similar to other shop-running games, you have to cater to your customers and upgrade your equipment. Here, though, you can fully explore beyond your hotel room and your cafe, as there is a street filled with vendors and other shops you can visit and interact with.
By this alone, there are tons of other activities aside from running the cafe. You can even earn money in some other way. Nameless NPCs are also walking around. Unfortunately, you can’t interact with them unless they enter your cafe and pay for your services. The game also falls flat in the looks department. The graphics are low quality, and the controls aren’t so great when on the mobile version. It has a lot of features, but it seems better off on the PC.