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Diner Dash 2: Restaurant Rescue Member Review for the PC

Ivory_Soul By:
Ivory_Soul
07/19/08
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Sim / Puzzle 
PLAYERS
PUBLISHER PlayFirst 
DEVELOPER PlayFirst 
RELEASE DATE  
E Contains No Descriptors

What do these ratings mean?

The Good: Addictive gameplay, decent visuals

The Bad: After you play a few times you're done

After hearing about DD for so long I finally decided to check it out on my phone then the PC. While the PC is far superior it's exactly the same. You play as Flo whose friend's diner is going to get demolished because of poor sales. Everything is done with a simple click of your mouse, you seat guests, take their orders, fill orders, clean up tables, give out checks, clean up messes, and give high chairs to whiny babies. Each table has a certain number of chairs so you have to decide who sits where. Families may come in, parties may come in, and even single people.

     You basically click everything when they call for you and try to keep your customers as happy as possible for higher tips. When you reach your goal you can shoot for the expert level. There is a strategy involved however where you have to decide who gets served first. Being able to hold more than one thing helps a lot and lets you do things you're nearest too. Match guests to their color chair or multitask and you get mega bucks. This game is very fun so if people want a time killer please pick this game up. The graphics are decent, and the audio is decent so you have nothing to lose.


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