Warnet Simulator is a free, casual internet cafe simulator. The name of the game is based on the Indonesian term for internet cafe, Warung Internet. Experience the thrill of running an internet cafe and catering to everyone. You’ll try all of the different tasks associated with internet cafe management, including building computers, interacting with customers and maintaining your cafe.
Warnet Simulator shares some of its mechanics with other casual simulator games. like House Flipper, a paid home renovation simulator, or Scania Truck Driving Simulator, a free-trial game that puts you into the driver’s seat of Scania trucks. Both are great choices if you like simulation games.
Warnet Simulator recreates what it's like to own and run an internet cafe. There's diversity in the people visiting your internet cafe. First, you have the staple demographic: people using computers to browse the internet. You also have a group of students who are busy with their assignments, and you also have people playing games as well.
Your job is to make sure that everything within the internet cafe runs smoothly. This includes performing various different tasks such as running the checkout, replacing faulty or outdated equipment, repairing electrical components and keeping the premises safe and comfortable for customers. This will also mean hiring security at a later point in the game.
In terms of graphics, Warnet Simulator doesn’t take too much processing power to run. The environment is flat and simple, yet detailed enough that you can differentiate between pieces of equipment. The people in the game are fairly low quality, with polygonal faces. There wasn’t too much effort put into individual features or advanced texturing.
Although this makes the game not visually impressive, it ultimately means the game will run smoothly on Windows devices with varying graphics-processing capabilities.
Step back in time
Warnet Simulator is a welcomed throwback to the years when internet cafes were king -- before everyone had instant access to the internet in their pockets. It's a look into a simpler time, where internet cafes were a place to socialise, get away from the stresses of the day and enjoy the latest computer games. Even though the game has some modern elements, like the ability to upgrade to full-on gaming chairs, you still get a healthy hit of nostalgia from the environment.