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The doors to this tiny sushi restaurant are opening today – Tokyo Cooking is now available on Nintendo Switch!

RedDeer.Games’ new in-house simulation game about cooking delicious sushi is now out on Nintendo Switch. Tokyo Cooking will provide players with their own little restaurant in the middle of a busy city. Learning recipes, fulfilling orders, and decorating the restaurant will be available to them starting today.

In Tokyo Cooking, players will gather customers’ orders and prepare them in the kitchen. Every order is tailored to the guest’s preferences and wishes. As they cook, players will have to measure out the ingredients, cut them, and combine everything together to create delicious food.

Timing and precision are the key to making the best food, but taste and looks should always be number one. Inspiration and good fun also shouldn’t be forgotten, as cooking is the tastiest form of art, after all!

At the end of the day players can sit down, relax, and turn on their computers. While they might not be suited for gaming, it’s perfect for them to look through furniture and decorations, all in different styles. Whether they prefer the traditional look or a more modern getup of their restaurant – all is possible.

Composing the perfect dish involves completing a couple of mini-games that will test the player’s precision and add extra money to the order once it's done. This will also give players a moment to chat with the customers, get to know their opinions, learn based on their reviews, and maybe even convince them to become regulars.

Tokyo Cooking is available on Nintendo Switch starting today. Let the cookout begin!

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Since 2019, RedDeer.Games (RDG) is an independent developer and publisher of video games. According to “Forbes”, RDG is ranked among the Top50 Polish game producers and has been awarded one of "The Fastest Growing Gamedev Companies in Central Europe". RDG's portfolio contains over 80 unique indie titles, some of which are Sprout Valley, One Night: Burlesque, Little Mouse Encyclopedia, She Wants Me Dead, and Uzzuzzu My Pet - Golf Dash, alongside franchises like The Smurfs, Kayko & Kokosh, as well as The Evil One. RDG releases games on key distribution platforms like Nintendo Switch, Steam, Xbox, PlayStation, and iOS. When it comes to plans for 2024, RedDeer.Games will publish DROS and I See Red on Nintendo Switch console, as well as their own original project - Tell Me Your Story.