For Mohammad Fahmi, the best thing about working at Toge Productions, an Indonesian game development studio, were the “Game Jams”. They were like hackathons—ideas were pitched and prototypes were developed in a short period. And they were open to all employees. “Even the marketing guy, like me,” he says.
At one of the Game Jams in December 2017, Fahmi, the public relations and marketing manager, pitched a rather unusual game. By traditional standards, project Green Tea Latte wasn’t much of a game at all. It was more of a mood.
You play as a barista in a coffee shop and interact with a cast of human (and humanoid) characters who are regulars.