Imagine: You've been wanting to open up a coffee shop all your life. Finally, you're ready, and you've identified your target audience: DOGS!

NOTE: sometimes, the left mouse button stops working while you're brewing coffee, and I'm entirely unable to reproduce it consistently. If this happens, you can use the right mouse button instead! Ugh, game jams, am I right? Anyway.

In Tiny Little Coffee Shop for Dogs, your goal is to grow loyalty with your customer base by getting to know your customers and their orders. And by making delicious dog-friendly coffee beverages!

Can you keep your shop open for an entire week? Can you remember your regulars' orders? Will your customers shower you with slobbery kisses earned hearts, or will your shop close up almost before it began?

This game features:

20 different dogs with distinct personalities!

A delightful autumnal atmosphere!

At least 10 different coffee beverages on your menu!

Three different endings!

The joy of meeting and interacting with the bestest creatures on earth!

Thank you so much for reading and for giving my game a try!

If you run into any bugs or issues, please let me know in the comments.


Created for the #CozyAutumnGameJam2022.

All art, music, and code created by me, Kristina, in Pixaki, Medley, and ZeroBrane Studio, respectively.

Thank you to my playtesters: Fletcher, Ben, and Matt.

Thank you for the sounds from

  • rooster - cocoricosound
  • flourish - nathanmanaker
  • office bell - epicwizard
  • pop sound - debsound
  • error - bloodpixelhero
  • success - justinvoke
  • dog bark - crazymonke9
PlatformsWindows, macOS, HTML5
Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
Made withLÖVE
TagsCasual, coffee, Cozy, Dogs, Pixel Art, Singleplayer


Tiny Little Coffee Shop For Dogs - Mac 14 MB
Tiny Little Coffee Shop For Dogs - Windows 32 8 MB
Tiny Little Coffee Shop For Dogs - Windows 64 9 MB


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A fun little game. I did terribly on my first attempt, having taken zero notes and immediately forgetting all the orders (not realizing there'd be zero hints of their previous orders at all after they've come to the shop only once). I took detailed notes the second time, and finally maxed out the hearts early on my third try or so.