Cooking Dash is Back
Posted Thu, 09/30/10
More foody fun:
Game description from developer: Meet Flo and the rest of the Diner-Toons as youthful Diner-Teens, working their first summer job at Mr. Big's theme park restaurants. Serve sit-down customers, bag up food for Dash-Thru diners, revamp every restaurant in the park, while keeping your composure in this fast-paced Time Management game. Fun themed venues like the Log Jam and Spooky Shack will keep you on your toes in Cooking Dash 3: Thrills & Spills.
I've already purchased the collectors edition after having played only a few rounds. The game is great fun, and quite in line with those of us who enjoy all-things culinary but need a diversion now and then. There is added humor with the patrons, some of whom are impatient to be served. Watch out for the Barb the Businesswomen, Colin the Cacophonous and Sammy the Student. In addition, the new drive-thru window will throw you for a loop if you're not careful.
Click here to read a review of the game.
I finished the Jelly Roger, and now I'm onto the second restaurant (Log Jam Cafe) as of this writing. The levels known as Tree Tops, Spooky Shack, Deep Dive and Big Gold Rush are to follow. I guess I won't get much real cooking done today . . .
And don't forget the first two games in the series: Cooking Dash and Cooking Dash 2: Diner Town Studios.
As one can probably tell, I can't recommend the games enough.
*Postscript 10/01/10: I'm stuck on Level 20 in Log Jam Cafe. Help! **Postscript 10/02/10: Finally passed Level 20 in Log Jam Cafe. What helped me was using the "Birdcage" music as often as possible to keep people waiting in line happy. ***Postscript 10/06/10: Finally reached the Bonus Level, Big Gold Rush. ****Postscript 10/09/10: Finally finished all levels in Cooking Dash 3: Thrills & Spills! Now what?