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CALICOMP (stylized as CALICOMP) is the OS in every device found in VA-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action and N1RV Ann-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action.

It is the most popular brand of computer hardware and software this side of dystopia, and the moe OS for the bartending software used in VA-11 Hall-A and N1-RV Ann-A. [1]

The Operating System was introduced during the 2060s. It's copyrighted "Keeree Joe Group" and a registered trademark of "Banjo Group". Its main colors are white and blue and the logo features a chibi face.

VA-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action[edit | edit source]


The Operating System used in the bar. It displays the bar's cash, two slots for drinks, 5 different types of ingredients, a mixer and different buttons used for mixing drinks, these being Ice, Age, Reset and Mix.

CALICOMP's version used in VA-11 Hall-A is the 1.1.

N1-RV Ann-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action[edit | edit source]


This bar also features this Operating System, in this case in its 3.0 version. Not much of it has been shown yet, appart from the quantity of ingredient's marker and a "shaking bar".

CaliCOMP also makes phones, Jill using one of them. CaliCOMP gets updates more than any other system in the world; Alma has made a CaliCOMP hack program, and every week she uses Jill's phone as a guinea pig to test her program.

Early design[edit | edit source]

In its early concept, the OS would have allowed the player to add recipes and change the wallpaper, but those features never saw the light of day.

Alternate wallpaper[edit | edit source]

A remnant of this feature can be seen as an alternative pink wallpaper which can be obtained in-game by completing the Model Warrior Julianne Game and clicking on the jukeboxes next to the bar UI.

Startup video[edit | edit source]

 Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • "Keere Joe Group" is a nod to Kirijo Group (which is a part of Nanjo Group) featured in Persona 3.
  • The CaliCOMP isn't perfect, as Brian, one of the BTC regional managers, has "received reports of some CaliCOMPs suffering a bug where the names of the orders don't match up with the recipe."

References[edit | edit source]

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