Midnight Ramen

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In Midnight Ramen, you play as the owner of a late-night ramen stand. You interact with your customers, listen to their troubles, and help them out whenever you can. But as the diners come and go, and the bowls of ramen are cooked and served, troubles are beginning to brew in your own life as well...


Midnight Ramen is a narrative dialogue game inspired by titles such as VA-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action and Coffee Talk, and is developed by the newly-established Cointinue Games studio.

In this game, players take on the role of a ramen stall owner, who operates a stand that only opens late at night, as well as his apprentice Homura. Together they work to run their stand, feed their customers, and help them solve their problems. 

🍜Cook Ramen🍜

Making ramen is not as easy as it sounds. Customers each have their own prefences and, in order to satisfy them, players must combine the different types of broth, noodles, toppings and seasonings in just the right ways! 

🍜Chat with Customers🍜

The customers who come to your stand aren't just burdened by hunger, but by their personal thoughts and troubles. Besides serving them meals, try to have a conversation with them, and help them to resolve the challenges they face! 

🍜An unusually ordinary life:🍜

Your life at the ramen stand might seem ordinary and low-key. But beneath the surface lies an extraordinary secret... 

 Recommended Reviews (Click to Expand)

The overall atmosphere of the late-night ramen stall is excellent, complete with some intriguing and mysterious conversations that pique curiosity. It's a very serene adventure game that successfully conveys the charm of its characters.

-Review Column from Japanese Media, Game*Spark

Midnight Ramen turned out to be more like VA-11 HALL-A than I expected, which is quite good. Atmosphere was quite peaceful, and the characters didn't exhibit many odd behaviors, making it easy to get absorbed in their stories. The Japanese translation is also very well done.

-Review from a Japanese Player

The background music is calm and creates a great ambiance for the ramen stall. Listening to the stories, I found myself pondering 'Ah, could this happen...?' with various possible developments, which was quite unexpected and made me very curious about what comes next. And now, I really want to eat ramen, gyoza, and chashu don.

-Review from a Japanese Vtuber

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