The Ramen Sensei (Game)
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  • I’ve been a fan of Kairosoft games since I first played “Game Dev Story”, whereby the player runs a game development company
  • The gameplay is simple like the rest of the games that I played
  • For example if the ramen you created lacks in “Charisma”, you can add topping with a lot of “Charisma” points to make up for it
  • I personally find creating soup the most fun part of the game, as there are many ingredients to choose from (if you unlocked all of them) and the many combinations to be explored
  • If you like simulation games, and have some spare cash then you can consider buying this application from the Apple App store


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    Wants to run your own ramen shop and hall? Wants to create your own ramen? The Ramen Sensei is the game for you.

    The Ramen Sensei is a game by Kairosoft that is playable on the iPhone. I’ve been a fan of Kairosoft games since I first played “Game Dev Story”, whereby the player runs a game development company. Kairosoft games are mainly simulation games whereby you run a business or a town, and they are highly addictive.

  • The Ramen Sensei(Game)
  • Ramen Sensei is the 4th game from Kairosoft that I’ve played. The gameplay is simple like the rest of the games that I played.

    You start with a small ramen shop and your mission is to make it big, make it famous, and to do so, you’ve to create better soup and noodles. So you’ll need to be unlocking more and better ingredients and toppings, either by winning them from arena contests, grading tests or as gifts from customers(when they reach a certain level).

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  • The combination and compatibility of the noodles and soup is the key to making a high grade ramen which will earn more money and also help you in winning contests and in the ramen arena.

    Toppings can significantly increase the quality of the ramen or make up for the areas it’s lack in. For example if the ramen you created lacks in “Charisma”, you can add topping with a lot of “Charisma” points to make up for it.

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  • I personally find creating soup the most fun part of the game, as there are many ingredients to choose from (if you unlocked all of them) and the many combinations to be explored. It’s really fun and exciting when trying out new and different combinations. There are just so many possibilities.

    A quick tip for making better soup is to keep using an ingredient till its level is max. You can also try piling ingredients of the same category, for example, vegetables work really well together.

    My favourite soup combination is – Onion, ginger, leek, celery, carrots, garlic, Chicken bone and apple. I’ve created many S ramen with this combination. However, you still need a decent quality noodles to go with it.

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  • Creating the noodles on the other hand is not as fun or exiting, there are lesser possibilities and is much more difficult to do well as it depends more on luck.

    I haven’t found a sure win method but I usually go with Improved Flour and Chlorella Kansui and try to keep the WinRate above 50%.

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  • As you progress through the game and your business starts to get bigger, you’ll have more things than just creating soup and noodles to be busy with. Customers will get more demanding and leveling them up will be more difficult.

    Some of the customers are very demanding and they carry little cash with them. So they couldn’t afford the more expensive and nicer ramen. For example, the Wairobot 2.0 cannot afford the expensive ramen that satisfy his criteria (He won’t give points if the ramen doesn’t him).

    So I find that the best way to level up such demanding customer is actually to keep creating ramen that he likes because then he’ll have to try and judge the ramen.

    You’ll start to have to look into the popularity of your ramen hall (mainly via decoration and placement of items and plants). There is a grading test for your shop that you need to pass in order to unlock certain things in the game and one of the criteria is that you need to reach certain popularity. I hate this part of the game, it’s really a pain and I’ve never reach the popularity needed no matter how hard I try. I eventually gave up on passing the grading test.

    You’ll also start facing challenges from other ramen shops that open up around the area. You can either ignore them (however, they’ll affect your business and popularity) or fight them off. I usually choose to ignore them as fighting them off requires money and the reward is not that great.

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  • You’ll also have to start taking note of the difficulty of the ramen and the level of skill of your staffs (Cook and servers), cooks with skill lower than the difficulty level of the ramen will affect the quality of the ramen make. This will happen a lot when you unlocked most of the ingredients and started creating high grade (A or S)ramen as it’s very difficult (or impossible) to hire cook with high level of skill. No doubt there are items that can reduce the difficulty of the ramen and increase the skill of cooks, they’re only good to a certain level and then they’ll stop having effect. I feel the game could be more balanced in areas like this.

    However, even with the little annoying things I feel could be improved in the game, The Ramen Sensei is still a very fun and addictive game to play. I’ve spend countless hours on my phone trying to create the perfect soup, noodles and ramen.

    If you like simulation games, and have some spare cash then you can consider buying this application from the Apple App store.



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Uyk says :

I heard abt Kairosofte a lot but haven’t tried any of its games.

I do like simulation games like Sims, is it like it?

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cpy replies :

Nope, it is not that much like Sims.

You’re running a Ramen shop in this one, and you don’t control the people but more on running the shop and creating better quality ramen.

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