Katy and Bob: Safari Cafe
Katy and Bob: Safari Cafe

Katy and Bob: Safari Cafe

Casual, Strategy
Katy and Bob: a new chapter in the adventures of Katy and Bob. Head into the safari park and grow your business!
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Katy and Bob: a new chapter in the adventures of Katy and Bob. Head into the safari park and grow your business!
buy 4.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date17 июня 2018 г.
DevelopersCreobit, Workroom7
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Single-playerSteam AchievementsSteam Trading Cards

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  • OS: Windows XP SP3 x64
  • Processor: 1500 MHz
  • OS: Windows 7 or later
  • Processor: 2000 MHz

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Katy and Bob arrived home from their adventures, made up with their dad and started planning a new journey.

“Want to go to the Vikings Village park in Norway, huh Katy? Their yearly restaurant games are on now.”

“All that village life isn’t for us, Bob! Especially since we’ve been planning a tour around Asia for ages.

Just imagine it, we’ll see the Great Wall! It’s an entire stronghold built to protect against tribal raids!”

“Katy, the last tribe that saw those walls was long before we were born. HG, the Emperor of China had all the insights into how to stop the raids and protect his kingdom, and also his settlers.”

“You’re so dull, Bob! Then let’s go to Singapore! They say it’s the best town to live in, and also handy. We’ll have a cookout on the beach.”

“I’d want to drink coffee, as in Roma, you remember? Best coffee I ever had! Are there coffee shops in Singapore?”

“I don’t even know, Bob. Our realtor lives there, we should get in touch and find out! I remember he had some kind of cooking craze.”

“I always thought he paints figurines. Once I saw him painting a family of gnomes. Or were they brownies?”

“They were orcs, Bob! An orc and his tribe. They wrote about those figurines in the Evening Chronicle. His orc took first place in a miniatures competition, and he won a Traeger grill.”

“That’s a great grill! Did I imagine it, Katie, or was that the doorbell?”

“It must be the postman!”

It really was the postman, with a letter from their friends on the island. Our heroes have been invited to open a cafe in the local safari park. Not wanting to miss such an exciting chance, the whole happy family set off on a journey to open a new business.

The island adventures continue!

Brace yourself for colorful locations, exciting levels, fun characters, bonus tasks on every level, an upgradable team, all types of trophies, simple gameplay for any age, pleasant music and a captivating plot. You’ll never say: "Gamestop!" while playing this game. Prepare to be enthralled! Sick of zombie castaways? Then take on amazing cooking fever and let the zombies wait, sadly groaning off to the side. Abandon your iPad for Katie and Bob!

Katy and Bob: onwards to safari cafes!

- Kitchen games will never look the same!

- 3 colorful locations

- 60 exciting levels

- Over 10 happy characters and even a supremacy assistant!

- bonus tasks on every level

- upgradable team

- tons of trophies

- simple gameplay for any age

- fun music

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Reviews about the game

Katy and Bob: Safari Cafe16.04.2019

[h1]Short version: 61%[/h1] If you ever want a cute and relatively length time management game with practically zero challenge, then the second Katy and Bob is definitely your pick. [h1]Long version:[/h1] Katy and Bob 2: Safari Café is barely more than a reskin of the first game, with a safari theme instead of a tropical one. Only the difficulty changed—as in, its rating dropped to essentially non-existent levels, turning all 60 stages into a repetitive yet still adequately fun routine. On the plus side, Katy and Bob 2 is the harmless kind of non-challenging casual title that takes the word “casual” rather seriously. If you want some lazy fun, then serving fruits, juice, and grill meat for a bunch of surprisingly patient customers should be right up your alley. Like in the first one, there is some semblance of a story to go along with all this, but it is just there to have some plot; it is probably even more of a phone-in than last time. Still, like the rest of the Safari Café, it is innocent enough to never turn into a disadvantage.

Few Turtle
Few Turtle
I recommend
Katy and Bob: Safari Cafe19.05.2023

Katy and Bob: Safari Cafe must have been a product of a brainstorming session that ran out of steam halfway. It's a game that manages to combine the tediousness of repetitive gameplay with a narrative that's as thin as tracing paper, and characters whose depth is comparable to a puddle. The game is advertised as a time management adventure featuring a couple, Katy and Bob, who are running a cafe in the middle of a safari. But the reality of the game experience is far from adventurous or exciting. The tasks are mundane, and the pace doesn't elevate the experience. It's like the developers decided to wrap a dull, everyday job in a safari-themed wrapper and call it a game. The character development of Katy and Bob leaves much to be desired. For a game that centers around a couple, there's a conspicuous lack of genuine connection or relationship dynamics between them. They might as well be two random people tossed together for no apparent reason. The character interactions are about as stimulating as watching paint dry. And let's talk about the elephant in the room: the lack of any mature content. I'm not advocating for gratuitous adult content in every game, but when you're dealing with a couple, a little bit of romance or intimacy wouldn't go amiss. Instead, Katy and Bob's relationship is as sterile as a hospital room. There's no passion, no chemistry, nothing that makes you feel like these characters are in a relationship. The game seems to deliberately avoid any mention or hint of their relationship beyond the bare minimum required to call them a couple. This is not about expecting hentai or any explicit content - it's about wanting to see a believable and engaging portrayal of a relationship. A little bit of depth and complexity would have done wonders for these characters and for the game as a whole. Overall, Katy and Bob: Safari Cafe is a game that misses the mark on so many levels. It's a tedious, shallow experience that lacks the depth, excitement, and character development necessary for a truly engaging game. If you're looking for a game with a compelling narrative, engaging characters, or even just a hint of a believable relationship, look elsewhere. This game won't deliver.

Available Platypus
Available Platypus
I don't recommend
Katy and Bob: Safari Cafe15.03.2019

Not too good not too bad, but I'd love to give a "YES" for this game ♥ It's very easy to play, fun casual game and such a good time waster.

Blind Cardinal
Blind Cardinal
I recommend
Katy and Bob: Safari Cafe29.10.2018

Great for those who are looking for a game like the first Diner Dash, better than most time management games as they are filled with microtransactions, Katy & Bob: Safari Cafe is completely clean and UI is pretty responsive and easy to use

Famous Puma
Famous Puma
I recommend
Katy and Bob: Safari Cafe20.09.2018

Katy and Bob: Safari Cafe is a very fun serving sim. It's much better than Katy and Bob Way Back Home. It doesn't have glitches or clicks not registering like the previous one. Overall a fun casual game.

Clumsy Wasp
Clumsy Wasp
I recommend
Katy and Bob: Safari Cafe14.10.2020

pros + colorful and cartoony character models and artwork + nice musics + time management and pace getting faster with each level + difficulty also getting harder with each level + you can earn money and upgrade your cafe with this + there are steam achievements and cards cons - there is no substantial story - there is no voice overs Overal this is an enjoyable casual game.

Comprehensive Wildcat
Comprehensive Wildcat
I recommend

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