Coffee Talk: Episode 2 - Hibiscus & Butterfly
The second installment of an unusual visual novel game series, created by independent studio Toge Productions.
developer: Toge Productions publisher: Toge Productions Official website
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Coffee Talk: Episode 2 - Hibiscus & Butterfly is a pixel art visual novel game, which is the next instalment of the Coffee Talk series. It was developed by independent studio Toge Productions - developer of the first part and publisher of such titles as She and the Light Bearer or A Space for the Unbound. The game was published by Chorus Worldwide, a company founded in 2014 and supporting independent developers.
The action of the game is again set in an alternative reality of the American Seattle, where humans, orcs, elves and other races have coexisted from the beginning of time. Once again, we take on the role of a barista and continue working in the café we know from the first part. Preparing a variety of hot beverages, we can once again listen to the extraordinary stories of our customers and influence their further fates. Among the people who visit us there will be play unusual characters as an elven freelance graphic designer Baileys, an orc game developer named Myrtle or a succubus Lua - a business development manager.
Just like in other games from the visual novel genre, the primary goal of the gameplay is to learn about the characters' stories and influence their further fates. However, in contrast to other productions of this type in Coffee Talk: Episode 2 - Hibiscus & Butterfly the plot development is mainly determined by the way the customers are treated and how the drinks served to them are prepared.
How we prepare a particular coffee or tea is very important. The game offers us the opportunity to experiment and create various combinations play ingredients such as ginger, mint or chocolate. In addition, we can use our creativity by adding various milk patterns to our beverages (known as latte art). Our commitment to good service can change characters' attitudes and the decisions they make.
This game features 2D graphics in the pixel art style, and the backgrounds and character models presented here have simple animations. The relaxing soundtrack again is composed of songs, characterised by low quality (lo-fi) recordings.
Last updated on 16 March 2023
Game mode: single player
Age restrictions Coffee Talk: Episode 2 - Hibiscus & Butterfly: 12+
Coffee Talk: Episode 2 - Hibiscus & Butterfly System requirements
PC / Windows
- Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz
- 2 GB RAM
- graphic card 512 MB GeForce 8800 or better
- 550 MB HDD
- Windows 7 SP1