Summary: I LOVED the original Diner Dash for the DS and couldn't wait to buy Flo on the Go. On the PLUS side....the music is fun to listen to. The minuses.... 1. Everything is too small. You will probably miss a lot chain bonuses due to the fact that you THOUGHT you tapped on a table or a meal to deliver, but due to the size of the icons...you missed them.
Summary: I'm a big fan of the Cake Mania games so I thought I would try this one. I have the new DSi XL and thank goodness. The graphics are pretty awful on this game and I can't imagine trying to play on my old DS Lite. On the XL things are large enough to see, though still smaller than Cake Mania. The game play is much more difficult than I expected. Cake Mania is slow compared to the pace of this game. Granted I choose not to move onto the next level until I reach "Expert".
Summary: The question when scanning reviews for Diner Dash 2 is: Will I want to play this game if I enjoyed Diner Dash One? I have played and beat both games - here is my opinion. For one thing, this game is almost exactly the same as the first one - just more of it. If you simply want slightly different levels, this provides that.
Summary: I am super sad over this game. I played the original and absolutely loved it. I couldn't wait for the release date on this one. Everything seems very small and as the levels prgress and get harder, it gets increasingly frustrating to fulfill the tasks because everything is hard to see. It almost turns into a guessing game as to where to click to fulfill the tasks (mind you I do not have eyesight issues). My next complaint is the graphics are poor.
Summary: Agree with other reviewers, this game does not translate well to the small screen of the DS. Also the top screen was virtually not used. It could have been to show customers waiting in line. Though the most frustrating part is if you don't tap exactly where you should, the action doesn't take. On the good side, I can play it when ever I want now, and not just when I am at my Computer! Overall, just as entertaining as the computer game and just as addicting!
Summary: I've been playing this Flash version on my PC, and was excited about getting it for my DS. The game play is generally the same as the PC version, with the ever increasing difficulty. Some slight changes, like families, choosing your decor, mopping and customers with reservations...(there are probably others, but I haven't gotten that far yet). Additionally, for me, there are just some games that don't translate to the "small screen". This is one of those game.
Summary: Diner Dash: Sizzle & Serve (Nintendo DS) This game for me was quite good fun to start with but I found it monotonous after a while and I'm afraid it hasn't really been played since. Although with each new level there is a new challenge, you are just performing the same tasks with a little bit extra each time. I must say, however, that perhaps I didn't give it enough of a chance and I do get bored quickly!
Excerpt: "...of the people have played Diner Dash on the PC. It is exactly the same as the PC, maybe there are new unlocks that PC version doesn't have. The best part for this game is portable. Is a good game to pass time while waiting or just siting around for the time to pass by. The game is suitable for all ages, the game is easy to complete, but my younger sister finds it very hard. The game is easy to control with the Nintendo DS, the stylus makes it easy ...
Pros: Suitable for all ages easy and fast to finish control well with stylus Portable