Excerpt: The problem is that everyone is different. Betty is a snotty rich woman, so no one wants to sit next to her. Chloe, on the other hand, is so popular that all the other guests want to be with her. Chuck is impatient and wants to chow down as soon as he arrives. If you don’t keep track of someone’s demands, they’ll eventually get angry and start docking points from your overall score.
Summary: If you like Time Management games then you will probably enjoy Wedding Dash. Let it be known that if you purchase this game and help continue the proliferation of these titles that I dislike you. Yes, you. If you want to play a time management game look at your life and try to figure out a way to manage your time so that you will not have to spend it playing the 90th rehash of a game, only now with a wedding theme.
Conclusion: Finally, there is a competitive multiplayer mode where you compete with another player to see who can serve the most guests faster. When you look at the entire package, Wedding Dash is a solid re-imagining of the Diner Dash formula, but doesn’t add enough variety to really stand out. For fans of Diner Dash, this is obviously a no-brainer, since the core gameplay remains as addictive as ever and there is plenty of new challenges.
Summary: Help Quinn, a hopeful wedding planner, make wedding bells ring. Featuring the hilarious ups and downs of wedding day drama, Wedding Dash incorporates the plate-spinning fun from the Diner Dash series with the added challenge of pulling off the perfect wedding reception.