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willplayer

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Diner Dash Trilogy (that means 1, 2 and 3)
« on: September 11, 2008, 11:57:49 AM »
Diner Dash is an action strategy game in which the player takes the role of Flo, a stockbroker who quits her job to run her own diner.[2] Gameplay involves seating customers and guiding Flo around the restaurant to serve customers. If enough money is earned after each level, play progresses to the next. As the game progresses Flo updates the dilapidated restaurant she begins with and builds three further restaurants, which provide new settings. Gameplay centers around catering to customers within a time limit in order to gather as much money as possible. Flo can be moved around the restaurant in order to complete tasks. As customers arrive in the restaurant, the player must drag-and-drop them onto a table,[3] where they sit down and read menus. Then the player must guide Flo to the table to take their order, which must be taken to the service hatch. After the chef has prepared the meal, Flo must deliver the food. When the customers are finished eating they must be taken a check, at which point the customers leave a tip and their dishes on the table, departing the restaurant. The dishes must be cleared by Flo before the next set of customers can use the table. Each successful action earns the player points, performing the same action multiple times in a row earns the player a chain bonus, which is broken once a different action is performed. Customers have a series of hearts over their heads that indicate their mood. The longer the customer is forced to wait, the more hearts he or she loses. Standing at the podium revives these hearts. In the original game, customers enter with 6 hearts and leave with 1. In 2 & 3, half a heart. Serving drinks or seating a group on the bench also keeps them happier. When customers lose all their hearts, they leave the restaurant, costing the player points. The goal of a level is earn a certain number of points. There are also expert point totals for advanced players to achieve. The game has two modes: Flo's Career (which follows the story of Flo) and Endless Shift (a survival mode in which the player must last as long as possible in a single level). In Diner Dash there are a variety of customers. Each type has different degrees of patience, noise tolerance, and tipping habits. They are: * Young Ladies - Tips averagly and moderately patient. * Businesswomen - Tips very well, but not as patient * Seniors - Very patient, slow to order and eat, low tipper. * Hot Shots - Tips well, is patient in line, but has no patience while waiting at the table. * College Kids - Tips well, very impatient in line, but lingers at the table.

DINER DASH 1
Ditch your desk job and serve up some grub! Help Flo grow her fledgling diner into a five-star restaurant in this game of skill, speed and savvy.

DINER DASH 2
Join Flo as she returns from Nirvana to help four fellow restaurant owners defeat the greedy tycoon, Mr. Big. Seat customers, take orders, serve drinks, deliver food, and collect tips - expert scores earn you more decor upgrades!

DINER DASH 3
Flo trades in her apron for a passport to paradise! But will our hard-working waitress get a chance to relax? Seat customers, take orders, collect tips and dress up Flo in hundreds of vacation outfits in the all-new Flo's Closet. New thrills, spills, and a surprise restaurant await you.

It's basically a clicking think ahead of time kinda game. :)
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colinsick

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Re: Diner Dash Trilogy (that means 1, 2 and 3)
« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2009, 02:02:58 AM »
Was getting this for my little sister, and Norton quarantined Diner Dash 2 as a virus. Can anyone else confirm that?

willplayer

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Re: Diner Dash Trilogy (that means 1, 2 and 3)
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2010, 05:48:06 AM »
I honestly can't remember as I don't have that game anymore, but I never got any bugs. Sometimes a virus program will mark a file as a virus because something was altered in the executable that shouldn't have been. That's my best guess.