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In the mood for something a bit smaller and more bite-sized this weekend? Zipp's Café just released and looks nice and chilled. From developer The Wild Gentlemen who also made Chicken Police - Paint it RED!, and the upcoming Chicken Police: Into the HIVE! that takes place in the same world.

"Zipp H. Murphy is one raccoon that does not eat trash - on the contrary, his palate is one of excellent taste, and it shows since he is the owner, chef, and manager of Zipp’s Cafe, the most popular joint in Clawville. The cafe offers an oasis of peace in the midst of the chaos that is Clawville. It doesn’t matter if you are a cop, a criminal, or as is usually the case in Clawville, both; Zipp will always have a hot cup of coffee and a delicious plate of food waiting for you… as long as you have the money to pay for it. Zipp’s Café is the place to find Love, Betrayal, and of course, Coffee."

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Well. It looks kind of amusing, and it's pretty dashed cheap. Maybe I'll get it.

In the mean while, I think the word the Wild Gentlemen were looking for was "palate", not "palette".
(I didn't put that in the corrections thing 'cause it ain't Liam's mistake to fix)

Last edited by Purple Library Guy on 17 November 2023 at 5:33 pm UTC
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I am intrigued! I haven't played the other games in the series, though I have heard of them, so this might be a good jumping-on point. Thanks for the heads-up.
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