Neon Noodles the cyberpunk kitchen automation is out now. With a full release on Linux and Windows PC to follow next year.
Just release from the developer of the award-winning puzzler Semispheres. Neon Noodles is a futuristic puzzle programming game. Where you put together an automation machine that creates food dishes. Which is interesting, since the game is inspired by Zachtronics, Opus Magnum. So, if you’re a fan of the open ended machine building puzzle game. You will also be right at home combining the use of robots, ingredient stations, and process stations. While programming commands to create a well oiled machine. Churning out dish after dish.
Also due note, these puzzles have various solutions. Since you can really customise the process. Puzzles can be simple or complicated. Or completely streamlined.
Neon Noodles – Cyberpunk Kitchen Automation
Program your robots to make ramen, guacamole, and bibimbap. There are also other dishes. Such as spaetzle, paella, and all manner of delectable Japanese cuisine. Neon Noodles features over 100 recipes. All consisting of 200 ingredients. Then craft your kitchen’s code through a very intuitive record and replay system. Since you will control the robot that creates the program. Then edit it later if needed. Traveling the world and mastering the art of cooking with tech. Taking place in a unique cyberpunk setting filled with mysteries.
If you’d like to get a quick feel for how Neon Noodles plays. There is also a Linux demo available on Steam. This will walk you through the game’s tutorial. Giving you a quick look at Neon’s Noodles’ full potential.
“I’ve always been a big fan of puzzle games, cooking, and cyberpunk. So it seemed like a natural fit to combine all three,” said Vivid Helix founder, programmer, game designer, and head chef Radu Muresan. “Besides, automating a kitchen to make me unlimited noodles is kind of my dream. So if you’re reading this, prospective restaurateurs. Now you have your blueprint for how to do this. You can pay me later!”
Neon Noodles is available now on Steam. Priced $14.99 USD, but no release discount sadly. But available with day one support on Linux and Windows PC. At least play the Free Demo.