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In Last Tea Shop, you own a little tea shop in between the land of the living and the dead and you are here to offer one last cup before their journey to the afterlife. You may ask them one question while you brew and one question while you drink to find out more about them.

You play by first setting up your shop, where it’s located, what supplies you have, and what special affinities you may have. You also decide which path the visitors take, allowing you to replay the game to get different people on different rolls.

You roll 1d6 each day to see how many days between visitors there are, and then add that number to the previous day to determine who is visiting you. The game ends after 24 days and The Veiled One visits.

You also get to determine what kind of brew you serve depending on what ingredients you have. This tea can set the tone for the conversation and acts as a guide as to what questions you might want to ask.

The game provides 20 questions for you, but also clearly states that you can choose to make up questions as well. Some guests also have added effects like bringing a gift, or adding more days to the count.

I served 5 guests before the Veiled One decided to make their visit and gave me a very cryptic message. You can read my playthrough Here

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Thank you for the community copy! Times is hard right now, so I'm especially grateful. Looking forward to playing this tonight. ::) 

I'm so glad. I hope you enjoy the game.  🍵

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The Last Tea Shop is a delightful solo game that includes rules for two-players. The PDF is a soothing read, and I love all the roll tables that help players build their tea shop. There's also a section that details the kinds of visitors you'll meet. I recently did a live flip through. While this video includes other games, I've timestamped it for where I start browsing The Last Tea Shop.

Awesome. Thanks so much for sharing this video, Cassi!

this looks wonderful, any chance for some community copies?

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I add a community copy for every sale. I updated the free copies last night following a most recent handful of sales, but those seem to have gone. I will add more as they become available.

The classic version is available for free.

nice, ok! i'll be on the lookout, i must have just missed it ;)

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Very interesting premise, I'm looking forward to play it