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Ok let me just say that I actually enjoy the graphics, the concept, and whatnot but I’m EXTREMELY upset about the fact that everything costs diamonds yet there’s no real way to earn them except to BUY them... you can’t even earn them by watching ads like most of these kind of games. Or even earn them from daily tasks. I understand you guys need money to finance the app, but the trick is to find the “sweet spot” between having a stupidly easy game and a game that’s so hard it’s unplayable. That “sweet spot” is a game that frustrates the customer but not so much that he quits. he’s still able to progress as long as he plays and he has the option to make in-app purchases if he wants to progress FASTER and EASIER. Now if that’s not within your means maybe it’s better to charge a standard price for the game with (optional) in-app purchases and call it a night. But this for me is unplayable right now because I can’t get anywhere without a boost or diamonds for upgrades. Even when I did the little stupid “free” options where you download crap you don’t want and subscribe to things you don’t need, I still didn’t even get those diamonds. Anyway, Since everyone else seems to have the same issue I’m gonna leave the app on my phone in hopes that you guys soon upgrade the game and make it easier to get diamonds (or require less for upgrades). If not I’m gonna have to delete it. Thanks for reading.
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
I loved the old diner dash, even had the computer game years ago. This however is to trick you into thinking it’s Diner Dash to only give you tiny little levels where to get to more levels you have to play the same levels over and over after you beat them to get more stars and can only beat them if you upgrade items. It’s not based off skill at all, which is frustrating. The game itself would be less frustrating if you didn’t have to play the same 1 minute levels over and over to advance and had the option to skip the stupid story line all together. I don’t understand why game developers would incorporate these other game factors in a time management game?! Makes no sense? People playing this game aren’t captivated by what’s happening with the stars and improving the town, they’re playing the game for the actual diner dash game. From the sounds of all these reviews it’d be more beneficial to come out with a paid classic version of the game, as myself, and others it appears, would shell out the money for that. I will however not shell out money to play the same 1 minute levels over and over and then when you get to a new chapter it goes back to super easy even if it’s the 3rd chapter.
The game was really fun at first. But after a few level your upgrades cost most of your gold and basically all of your gems. You have to upgrade everything. Stuff in the restaurant, relationships with customers and so on. If you don’t upgrade the equipment, things don’t move fast enough for you to complete the level. If you don’t upgrade your relationships with customers, you don’t earn enough hearts to complete the level. If you don’t have enough time to earn the right amount of hearts you can’t move on. And upgrading just the equipment or just the relationships isn’t enough. You need to upgrade both to complete the levels. When you only receive one or two gems once in a while and have to upgrade two or three things that take 2 or 3 gems each it’s impossible. Unless you buy gems. You can buy 20 gems for $2 and after about 3 or 4 upgrades your gems are gone. Then one or two levels later it’s time to upgrade again or you won’t win. You can also complete tasks on bogus websites designed to spam you but they don’t work. I did one and never received my gems. I won’t be playing anymore unless changes are made that it’s either easier to get gems, you get more gems for your buck or less upgrades. This game was not designed to just make a small profit. It was designed for greed and nothing else.
I loved all the old diner dash games, and this is more of a tribute to that. It takes lots of ideas from better games and shoved them all together into a game that has short levels, is mostly about the extra faffing around, and has not real meat to the challenges. The times levels are so short they’re clearly just designed to get you to spend boosts and tokens to play them. It was a good idea, but so obviously exploitative and eager to get you to pay real money that I only played a to the second chapter before I got sick of all the stuff. We play diner dash because of the levels, not because we want to spend a bunch of time picking flowers and stuff. And the levels are so laughably short and easy this game was obviously made for kids with itchy micropayment fingers rather than for anyone else. Not worth the time. Play the old diner dash to relive the glory days because this will not scratch that itch. I would rather have payed 5$ to just hug the game and get to play the whole thing but this pretending this game is free to play is a joke. Either make a game or a micropayment factory. I don’t mind paying for a game but be upfront about it don’t act like it’s free and then make it impossible to continue without purchasing stuff. Not worth the time or the money.
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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