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First Person Soba

by MARCHENTERPRISE, LLC.

Led the soldiers to the Soba Station

FREE in the App Store

What is it about?

Led the soldiers to the Soba Station!

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
55Mb
Genre
Action Strategy
Last updated
January 11, 2016
Release date
March 1, 2015

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Led the soldiers to the Soba Station!

FPS(*First Person Soba) is that you take struggle with commute rush in holding your life.

My brother said, "Oh, I ... when I complete this project I will be a full-time employee..." and disappeared inside the railroad. A few years later, Shin Wada grown as a Japanese businessman and has reached the station turned into a battlefield during the rush hour.

The stage is a fictional city, Tokyo. The work location is a fictional station, to reach Shinjuku, you have to get into the express train at 7:28.

For Japanese businessmen, being late to the company means death. Skiping breakfast also means death.

There is bad news and good news.
The bad news is that he came out without eating breakfast. To make matters worse, the whole team cannot stand hot meals.
The good news is, at that time you are finishing climbing the stairs of the station, it is announced that the train you must ride is waiting for the express to pass and will start in 45 seconds.

Now it's the beginning of the battle!

Take your own chopsticks from their case, rush with your friends into the soba shop and reach the table “Kakesoba!"

Eat the soba by swiping on the screen upwards. If satiety goes up, you will be ready to get on a crowded train. Can you ride being hungry? It means death.

Buddies that for fear of being late take the soba too quickly into their mouths, they will fall down one after another. For the team’s leader, there is nothing sadder than to lose a fellow. But this is a battlefield.

Your belly is full, get out of the shop by swiping the screen from right to left. Please board the train from the nearest door.
Now, there is work waiting for me today. Go for it! Japanese businessmen.
You, who can face this daily routine, you are a corporate slave hero!