I was kind of happy to see another Play First game in the Dinertown line up. It is great to see all these spin-offs that came from the original Diner Dash, but Dress Shop Hop left me very unsatisfied. We meet with another new business owner that is trying to follow the Robots ideal of “See a need, fill a need” in Dinertown, but Bobbie’s business venture needs some tweaking.
While this game has all the normal graphics as the other Dinertown games, the droning music, and the impatient customers make this game not very fun, and the fact that in the beginning levels, the weaving and sewing machines just don’t seem to move fast enough to keep your customers happy. This is custom clothing here, haute couture, not a fast-food drive thru, but these people are wanting these silly retro styles made before they can complete their cellphone call. If I was Bobbie, I’d head down to Flo’s and ask for a job as a waitress or hostess, because the people of Dinertown are turning into rhymes-with-witches, and that includes the guys! Read more...(228 words, 31 images, estimated 55 secs reading time)
Just one word for Hotel Dash 2: Lost Luxuries , FRUSTRATION! Flo is a superwoman, and it seems in all her Dash games, nothing ever slows her down, but when the International French Fry Festival wants to come to Dinertown, and all the hotels in town are needing renovations, Flo steps up to the challenge. Is it ever a challenge! We see all the usual characters from the other Dash games, the perky young ladies, the impatient, but well-tipping businesswoman, and so on. We also see some unusual guests, like the Bigfoot hunters, and the Jungle explorers and his pet chimp. These kinds of guests can annoy or even scare your other guests, which can cause them to lose patience. These guests keep Flo constantly on the run, and there are going to be times when even our famous restauranteur cannot even keep up. After all, this is whole new kind of business. She has Quinn there to run the front desk, but that won’t keep guests patient for long, nor will the hired entertainment. If you’ve got a keen eye, and can follow along with all the tasks that are demanded of Flo, Hotel Dash 2: Lost Luxuries is going to be a blast for you. As for myself, this was just a little more than myself and Flo could handle.