Conclusion: Indeed, the story more or less resolves itself by game's end, which should arrive about four hours after you started. Identifying the culprit ourselves would have been a nice touch, but a "whodunit" this game is certainly not. Instead, it's a lite adventure snack between heavier gaming meals, which seems suitable given its Diner Dash origins. Is that fulfilling? Probably not, with its threadbare story, laughably easy quests, and repetitive puzzle sequences.