Step into the Shoes of a Convenience Store Worker in This Meditative Indie Game

Help your antie in managing a store in inKONBINI: One Store. Many Stories.

Image credit: inKONBINI: One Store. Many Stories, Nagai Industries

inKONBINI: One Store. Many Stories is an upcoming indie narrative-driven simulator that allows you to taste a slice of life in a small-town convenience store in the early 1990s.

Developed by Nagai Industries, the game doesn't have a release date yet, but it's expected to be launched sometime in 2025.

inKONBINI is a calming third-person single-player game where you step into the role of Makoto Hayakawa, a college student who takes a break from her studies to assist her aunt at a cozy convenience store.

Throughout the game, you will create your own strategies for running the store and observe how your everyday choices impact the customers' lives. By understanding their purchasing preferences, you will craft different approaches to make every customer happy with their choices.

Image credit: inKONBINI: One Store. Many Stories, Nagai Industries

Image credit: inKONBINI: One Store. Many Stories, Nagai Industries

Image credit: inKONBINI: One Store. Many Stories, Nagai Industries

Features

  • Immersive narrative-driven gameplay centered around character stories and interactive dialogue;
  • Diverse and memorable cast of characters, each with unique personalities, buying habits, and quirks;
  • Accessible mini-games simulating the daily tasks of a store clerk, including restocking products, making phone calls, scanning goods, and checking out customers;
  • Authentic and nostalgically rendered konbini setting from the early 1990s;
  • Branching storyline with multiple dialogue options for a rich conversational experience;
  • ASMR sound design enhances gameplay with calming and soothing sensations.

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