Summary: I think of the Diner Dash games like I think of resturant chains - you know what you are getting, and it's never bad but it's never great either. That's pretty much where I stand on Cooking Dash. And Garden Dash. And Dairy Dash.
notAyesperson "Always in search of good books", Amazon
8 March 2010
Summary: This is a very fun addictive game. All you do is cook food for customers until they start running out in frustration then you lose stars. The more stars you lose the closer you get to losing the round.
Summary: The game's not enjoyable for me since I can't get very far, no matter what strategy I try. It's more frustrating than fun. I wish it was longer (more levels). I like it because although strategy had to be experienced/learned, it was not too dificult to understand/master to the level where I was...
Summary: This game was wierd. I intended to review it last night, and complain that I got through about 35 of 50 levels in one evening, without too much trouble. But then today, I'm having trouble even passing the last 10 levels or so -- I still haven't completed the game because I have to keep replaying so...
Summary: I was hoping for more. It's fun but I had high expectations. The medals aren't something to strive for since you get them just for finishing levels, unlike the Delicious Dish games where the medals can be given for obcure things.