Food Girls Switch XCI + Update

Food Girls Switch NSP

Title: Food Girls
Release Date: Nov 26, 2020
Category: Adventure
Publisher: Justdan
Multiplayer: No
Format: NSP/XCI
Title ID: 010002C012026000
Title Size: 2.11 GB
Language: En, Ja, Zh
Required Firmware: 10.1.0
CFW: 10.1.0 + Atmosphere 0.14.1

Food Girls NSP/XCI is a very unique tasteful visual novel for the Nintendo Switch! Different from the majority of them in which the objective.

Description: Wherever you are, food is an essential aspect of every culture, and the easiest form of culture to share with the others; Colombian’s Arepa, Philippine’s Banana cue, British Fish & Chips or Japanese Takoyaki, and many other tasteful dishes helped the global phenomenon known as Street Food. Nowadays on TV, we can easily watch documentaries about the most renowned street food chefs and their activities; proud to cook & sell healthy and eth(n)ic foods in urban areas, these people revitalize old traditions in a more positive way. But it’s not only this, street food is also a precious tool to attract tourists in certain locations; in this way even the smallest restaurants can resist to cultural and economic hegemony of the big food companies!

How to Install the Game

  1. Install the NSP/XCI with Tinfoil, Awoo Installer or Gold Leaf.
  2. Once installations is done play and Enjoy the game.

Download Links

Base Game XCI (2.11 GB)

KatFile (No Ads) (Buy Premium)
Download / Update 1.0.1




Google Drive

Update 1.0.1 (v65536)

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Bradley Allen
Bradley Allen
1 hour ago

I can convert xci to nsp with a homebrew tool I have if you want

1 month ago

Can you upload the NSP version? thanks

1 month ago

Is there an NSP of this game?

1 month ago

Sorry I know this isn’t for this but I didn’t know where else to comment. The comment section in request games isn’t showing up. Are you not doing them anymore?

Mark Suckerberg
1 month ago

is this game have english language for real?