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Visual Novel / Saute Sugoi

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In the title we have: Rad and Zassomi at the front, while Darkrain and Flumpy are in the background.
Saute Sugoi (also known as Culinary Kakkoii II) is a short collaborative Visual Novel created in Ren'Py by Tenshi Hanka, Coco, Funny Bunny Jay and Gissy Eva. It is a sequel to the first team's first visual novel, Culinary Kakkoii, with new characters this time around. Like with the first game, Saute Sugoi a visual novel game that is basically a cooking show and you (the player) are the judge. You get to decide which dish is the best. And the characters in the game have an... interesting way of cooking. It's mostly comedy with some surprises here and there.

It was thought up around earlier 2018 and it was finished and released November 7th, 2018. Unlike with the first game, there is an edition of four characters on the team rather than three (with Jay being the fourth member of the development team), there is more of rating system this time around, and there is actually a Linux version for this game.

The download link (as well as the trailer) for this visual novel is here


Saute Sugoi contains examples of:

  • Animesque: 8 humanoid characters have this trope
  • Bizarro Universe: In Flumpy's secret ending, he and the player character are went into an alternate universe where everyone is the complete opposite of how they are in the game's main universe.
  • Bland-Name Product: The main prize of the game includes Krystal Pespi…. gee, I wonder what that's based off of.
  • Butt-Monkey
    • Mr. Legit Chef might count as this, especially if anyone questions if he is a real chef
    • Bexosuya might have this treatment from Flumpy and Jack the Jacked.
  • Call-Back: The first choice to see what was on the plate Mr. Legit Chef created (he literally just created a plate, there was no food on the dish.) is called back by Susuru when Travis put out his dish.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: A lot more this time around! There is Susuru, Mr Legit Chef, and Flumpy!
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  • Cooking Show: Like with the first game, the foundation for this visual novel.
  • Cordon Bleugh Chef: There's….. a lot more this trope time around...
  • Darker and Edgier: Parodied with Darkrain.
  • For Science!: It's the case with Bexosuya
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Hellona seems to be always angry, especially when she feels that time is wasting.
  • Hollywood Nerd: Weirdly Double-subverted with Bexosuya in her ending. While it started out as Mr. Legit Chef freaking out with how big her eyes are, Susuru finds Bexosuya adorable that she was given a hug.
  • Love Freak: Aiko is a unique case, mainly when it comes to food.
  • Meaningful Name: The "zasso" part in Zassomi's name means "weed", which makes a lot of sense, since Zassomi herself gets high all the time.
  • Multiple Endings: Same like the first game, However, unlike with Culinary Kakkoii where the game just ends after a character wins the round, there is a proper ending for the characters this time around, with only one secret ending.
  • Meganekko: Bexosuya
  • Overly Long Name: Flumpy's full name is "Flumparumpadumpadiddilydumpus Flaumigarigadigdig". No one in the game (save for Mr. Legit Chef) remembers the that name, for obvious reason.
  • Odd Friendship: Downplayed but given relationship with the other teams, Team A seems to be the one that is the most nice to one another.
  • Orgasmically Delicious: Aiko is like when it's towards any food, especially chocolate
  • Real Men Eat Meat: And how, with Jack the Jacked.
  • Robot: Voxman is one.
  • The Stoner: Zassomi seems to be high all the time.
  • Token Mini-Moe: Bexosuya count as this. (Especially when she takes off her glasses in her ending.)
  • Token Non-Human: Each Team has one, actually.
    • With Team A, there is Mr Legit Chef
    • Team B has Voxman.
    • Team C has Flumpy
  • Totally Radical: Rad is the embodiment of this trope.
  • Unreliable Narrator: There's two, actually.
    • The questionable narrator from the first Culinary Kakkoii is back. Only for the beginning of the game and when the round of showcasing the food begins.
    • For the majority of the game, there's the nervous narrator.
  • Valley Girl: Susuru is this. And how.
  • Weird Science: How Bexosuya made her cake
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Where do we begin? Zassomi has red hair, Hellona has blue hair, Aiko has lavender hair, and Bexosuya has green hair.


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