Summary: I have played many of these time management game and most of them have a fairly inconstant rate of acceleration at some point in the game-play that detracts from the enjoyment of playing them, but this game maintained a steady rate of acceleration throughout the entire game.
Summary: Diner dash is lots of fun and challenging. A normal time-management game, I like the "upgrade" option and the fact the game isn't easy to beat. Although it can be difficult to advance to the next level, it is still a fun game. I don't mind the challenge and the difficulty; these aspects hold my interest and bring me back to Diner Dash.
Summary: I like this game. It's a good way to pass time when you're bored, and it's definietly better than the other dash games. However, I'm stuck on Level 14 and I haven't been able to pass it- I've played it about 10 different times. I keep thinking the 6000 is too high, because I've done things really good and I still can't pass it. Other than that, it's a good game. I'll keep hacking at that level, but if I can't pass it I will be unloading it from my computer.
Summary: Somehow i find both Cooking dash games easier than Diner Dash. However both are still interesting enough:). I liked DinerTown Studios although i expected it to be a bit more challenging. Plus it's too easy to buy all the upgrades quite soon.. But i do like the fact that you can actually choose what you want to buy and not like in Diner Dash where there're a lot less upgrades! I found it a bit short ... easy to beat.
Excerpt: Cooking Dash: Dinertown Studios is a time management game released by Playfirst, and follows on in their popular Dash series of games - the most recognised being Diner Dash, but also including Garden Dash, Doggie Dash, Parking Dash plus many other sin offs without Dash in the title!