Reviews and Problems with Avenue Flo: Special Delivery
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User review by starrenz
26 May 2011
Summary: This is the 2nd adventure game in the Diner Dash series that's impressed me with how well the developers have gone from one genre (time management) to another (adventure). Like the 1st "Avenue Flo" offering, this one contained a good balance of adventure and puzzles, except it was more fun because...
Summary: Pristine, never before seen game. With an unbeatable upbeat theme that can warm any heart. But I deduct 1 star for a pivotal mistake. You should not have to find every last one of those pesky balloons in the sequel. This is insanely irritating.
Summary: I love the Avenue Flo series as I like the character. I try every dinner dash game, but I generally stop playing out of sheer frustration or exhaustion! This is not the case with the Avenue Flo series.
Summary: Absolutely delightful game play. I played the first one, Diner Town, and enjoyed it, so bought this one without playing the demo. It is so cute, so clever, so much fun. Poor Flo, she never can get what she needs without another helping event in return. The cartoon drawings are cute..
Summary: I enjoyed the game and I was happy to see more of DinerTown. I liked all of the missions and all of the mini games, except stacking gifts. I just couldn't get the hang of that one. But, still a very fun game!
Summary: I agree with others that stated. "This is NOT a 'Dash' series" (thank God). Avenue Flo is soooo much more. I loved the first one and I'm LOVING this one as well. It's full of adventure. The mini games are a lot of fun.
Summary: After looking interesting I downloaded first game in the series & am not sorry I tried them,I had thought it a TM which I detest but after the first I tried this one & was just as enjoyable,with no timer & great on the eyes & although this game was shorter the surprises at the end were well worth BF...
Summary: This is one of the nicer diner dash related games. Vicky and her hubby are expecting a baby, and its up to Flo to get things together. I was fortunate enough to play this both in demo and beta stages and I'm planning on buying it as it doesn't get boring.
Summary: This is another solid Dinertown adventure game. It's very similar to the first in structure and quality; in this game Quinn needs help and it's Flo to the rescue, running errands for everyone in town, whether it's a new kite string for the muscle man or retrieving a lucky sock for the tourist.