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Let's date again in the robot world!

robo-tea:2ndServing!, sequel to robo-tea:1cup!, is a dating sim about polyamorous relationships and communication. 

In this game you are Cors, a cute nonbinary bot who works to make sure the all-robot planet Verdande runs smoothly. This time, xe's helping out a special event, and is preparing to meet (and date) xir favourite musicians!

Key elements of this game:

  • Queer Robot Characters
  • Polyamorous relationships
  • Gentle Story
  • 2nd Person Narrative with 3rd Person View
  • Designed as a safe space/therapeutic game

Haven't got an idea of how a game like this would go? See the concept here!

This is the demo. Feel free to let's play it!

Release date: ??? 2018 - due to a lot of stuff going on at work, and a lot of personal lifestuff, I have no clue how fast I'll be able to finish this. thank you everyone for your patience!

robo-tea:Misten Minicups! is a mini-game series and can be played before or after the demo to learn more about major characters.

robo-tea:1cup! is the first game in the robo-tea! series, and briefly introduces the main character of this game, Cors.

If you'd like me to see your reaction on twitter, please use the tags #robotea, #robotea2, or #rt2nds

StatusOn hold
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
GenreVisual Novel
Made withRen'Py
Tags2D, Dating Sim, LGBT, Otome, Queer, Relaxing, Ren'Py, Robots, Romance
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
InputsKeyboard, Mouse


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RT2ndS-1.3-all.zip 32 MB

Development log


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I love your series so much and all these robots are so cute!

Also made a video for the demo, which also have misten cups in it:

The characters frequently press buttons and use touchscreens and stuff even though they are robots who I'd expect to send such messages over radio. But this could be a deliberate worldbuilding choice if actual robots value their privacy more than we do.


It is a deliberate worldbuilding choice, but not specifically for privacy. (Though, I do value cybersecurity, and am pleasantly surprised that the game world follows suit!)

 When I finally get to making the mini-game for robo-tea:2ndServing!, I'll try to make the actual reason more apparent. :P


I love your work!

aaa thank you so much! *w*

I can't wait to show you the rest of the game's cute dates!