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So in light of all the bad reviews, I have to give a good one. I never review games either because I’m a lazy person when it comes to that. I gave this game a 5 star review. All the people complaining seem to be the impatient people playing this game. It’s pay to win ONLY if you’re impatient. I’ve only spent $10 max on this game and that’s because I was impatient the day I spent it. This is the game I’ve spent the most time on out of all my games and just beat all the story 2 days ago. You absolutely do not need to spend money to beat the game or the story. Every time a notification pops up about there being new deals in the store, I log on and grab the gems from there. They even made the first deal free for you people complaining after the first few months of it being out. The second deal to buy is IN GAME COINS, not real money to buy the gems. So if you’re a patient person and you’re interested in this game, ignore the bad reviews and play it. Everyone wants a trophy today but no one wants to put in the work to get there. Developers, I’m really looking forward to the VIP you’re putting in the game. I already buy the VIP every week for Kingdom Hearts mobile game. Also thanks for making this game and keep up the good work.
Games like this are a rarity in the mobile app world. It’s fun and you can successfully progress without having to spend money. And the game doesn’t become less fun if you progress without spending money like most mobile games would do. I enjoyed Cooking Dash and a lot of the fun elements for that game definitely transferred here. Not to mention that they offer free gems every day several times throughout the day so you can easily save up for upgrades. And challenges allow you to earn gems easily as well. If I had to make one complaint though, it would be nice if each level didn’t automatically set boosts if you happen to have them. There have been multiple times where I accidentally started a level with a boost I didn’t want to use because I forgot to unselect it. I personally think that the boosts should be manually set if you want to use them. Or at least the option be presented in the settings for you to decide if boosts will be applied automatically based on whether or not you have them or manually activated prior to starting a level.
Ok first I just wanna say I don’t usually leave bad reviews. Usually if I don’t like an app I just delete it and move on, but since there was such poor customer service I thought I would warn others. First I want to say that I really wanted to like this app. I was a huge Diner Dash fan, which is why I downloaded the app in the first place. I can confirm what the other reviews say about not being able to advance without spending actual money is true. It is expected with a play to win game, but early on in the game you reach the level of having to pay just to advance in the game. I had won 45 min. of free game play. I was 10 min. into the free gameplay, and set it down to grab a drink which took about 5 min. (Honestly took less than that) Anyways, when I sat back down I had lost all my free play. I tried to reach out to customer support to fix this error. They replied pretty fast, but basically called me a liar, and refused to fix the error. This fix wouldn’t have costed them anything, and honestly I would probably still be playing. I don’t have a problem with pay to plays, and usually spend money every month on my favorite apps buying things, but I won’t take being called a liar. I’m not the kind of person that would lie just to get things as I’m a gown adult that spends money each month on digital purchases. If you’re a Diner Dash fan like me, don’t waste your time on this app!
It’s a fun game, however, the daily goals are ridiculous and impossible to finish. I don’t have 50 gems every day to spend on upgrades, people, or anything and everything else that cost gems. You know, some games make you use just coins for upgrades.. Please fix the daily goals, they are impossible to complete without spending real money everyday, too much real money for very little gems. I’m not paying $5 for 1 upgrade worth of gems. I might spend $2 for 50 gems, but not $5 for 20 gems. Might as well say “for every dollar you spend, you relieve 1 gem!” Everything in this game requires gems. This game isn’t hard at all, it’s just gem hungry and stops you from having fun because there is almost no way to earn gems, except the daily goals, which I nor anybody with no money can complete. This is the first game I’ve played that makes you spend your gems on what they want, not what you think will make the game fun. Everybody wants money, stop being selfish, make this game playable and fun, not restricted and demanding. This world is hard enough as it is, games help to distract us and make us feel accomplished, stop taking away the heart of gaming and replacing it with gems and greed, and make a great game actually worth time and money.
I love all the Diner Dash games, so I hate to give 2 star review but after reading some of the other reviews on here all I can say is SAME. I was so excited to play this game but after weeks of grinding to get diamonds I have reached my limit. I complete every daily challenge possible, log in throughout the day while I’m at work to get offers from the store and I still cannot catch up on upgrades. Today for instance I completed my daily bonus challenges and am awarded 15 minutes diamond rush. Awesome, this is where customers have a chance to drop diamonds when playing levels. Too bad for me because I have 0 groceries to play anymore levels now since I had already played my 50 groceries previously which took a whopping 5-7 minutes!!! In 20 minutes I’ll have enough groceries to play 1 level which takes 2 minutes to compete but guess what no diamond bonus because that perk will be over by then! So to summarize levels are entirely too short, diamonds are a pain to get, upgrades eventually get ridiculously expensive (10-12 diamonds to upgrade something then realize you won’t even serve that in the next chapter) please balance the game out and I will gladly spend $2.99 on 20 diamonds if I knew it would get me more than 1 or 2 upgrades
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Diner DASH Adventures has 39 593 user reviews.
Diner DASH Adventures has an average rating of 4.4.
The latest version of Diner DASH Adventures (1.6.5) was released on Dec 18, 2019.
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Welcome to Diner DASH Adventures, where all your favorite characters are - wait, what’s this? The hotel is closed! The diner is in shambles! Even the kitchens no longer work! And why do random accidents keep happening everywhere?
Play Diner DASH Adventures to reveal the heartwarming story of our hero, Flo, as she returns to her hometown to help the citizens and adorable
animals of DinerTown. Fix up the town YOUR way. Stop Mr. Big and his mischievous goons as they cook up their evil plans! Ultimately good will triumph, but only WITH YOUR HELP!
• Play to reveal the uplifting original story of DinerTown’s comeback!
• Head to the diner kitchen to Cook, Match, and Serve your way to sweet success!
• Multiple time management games in one - play Diner DASH and Hotel DASH now, with more coming soon!
• Tons of fun levels with unique challenges, boosts, mini-games, and puzzles!
• Fix up, design, and remodel entire acres of DinerTown, from DinerTown Plaza to the Putt Putt Park, Hotel Gardens, Salon, Grandma Florence's Victorian Mansion, and more!
• Embark on an adventure where you'll meet a cast of quirky characters and learn their heartwarming stories!
• Choose from thousands of design and decor combinations to decorate the town and make it your own!
• Befriend and help the citizens restore DinerTown to its former glory and become a Hero Chef!
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