Summary: Tried the demo of this game last night. It is very similar to Fairy Godmother Tycoon and in some ways, it's less of a game, in other ways it's more. Your character must compete against another food entity in the same town. Your goal is to steal all the customers away before they monopolize all the business. Like FGT, you must sell products to the public and you have various forms of advertisement and research at your disposal.
Summary: 3 stars (sorry, cannot add stars, edit stars or delete review.) Hm. I am done playing, but somehow was missing any decent ending. Ovrall, notmy kind of game. Too much time wasted adjusting prices for whatever, then no actual game play because you only watch people streaming in and out of the restaurants. I ended up just restocking ingredients with one click, leaving all prices as sales... and getting bored the whole time.
Summary: The game is ok. There are 5 places where you need to beat Grub Burger. For each place, you have 7 types of customers who you need to feed at least 50 times in order to beat Grub Burger. The first 3 are not that hard, I didn't even need to do market research on the customer's favorite ingredients; but when you reach Thyme Square & Champagne Falls, it can get difficult since you would need to feed the customers 100 times; the market research, menus, decors, advertising,...
Summary: Dinertown Tycoon is basically the second tycoon-type game I played and wasn't so hard understanding. To me, it is like playing a cartoon, very simple, easy and just plain relaxing. Different genre to entertain. I enjoyed playing Dinertown Tycoon.
Summary: Yes, I liked Fairy Godmother Tycoon. No I did not like this - I got to Flo's Diner level and was bored to tears. I mean, maybe it gets more challenging later, but as it was I wondered, can you even lose this game? And then, yeah - like someone else wrote: all you do is click on coins once you set up stuff. & Not too tough to set up stuff because you get the "News" telling you, 1. what's hot, 2. What price to price at, 3.
Summary: I really did like this game. I'm so tired of the DD games. It's always the same concept, just a different location. But I like how you had to manage money, get customers, buy food, and various other things. I enjoy games like that anyway so seeing it done this way was really neat. I wish the upgrades were better but overall, the game was fun and refreshing for this series.
Summary: This is alot like Fairy Godmother Tycoon, so if you didn't like it, you won't like this. I loved FGT, and played it through twice, so I loved this take of the dash series, which has been, well, kind of sad lately. There are tons of upgrades and recipes to buy, daily goals to meet, advertizing to buy, research to invest in, and of course, customers to serve and satisfy.