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Polished games are especially good at the end of the holiday season, when you go through this period of going back to normal. Don't you just need something cozy and comfortable just before all of it is over? Death at Fairing Point: A Dana Knightstone Novel serves this purpose very well if you are a fan of the adventure genre. If not, go and find something from your genre. The story starts when Dana meets a ghost at a hotel where she is staying for vacation. The game will be more fun for those who a fans of the interactive adventures, rather than hidden object levels.
Mac version of the prompt-paced game. Restaurant Rescue is a sequel to Diner Dash game released by PlayFirst in 2005. Player's task is to serve all customers at a limited time, upgrading their restaurants and keeping their business running in the tough competition with the restaurant empire of Mr. Big. Tip: in order to manage with crowds of customers, create chains and be sure to match customers with their seats.
Diner Dash 3: Flo on the Go for your Mac PC is a sequel of a famous Diner Dash and Diner Dash 2 - Restaurant Rescue developed by Play First Studio. Flo and her friend Darla set off on a sea cruise. But as soon as Flo sets her foot on a shipboard, she loses her suitcase. To repay for her ticket and all lost clothes, she gets a job on the cruise as a waitress...System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.3.9 or newer, Processor: G4 800 MHz or faster or G5 or Intel, 20 MB available disk space, Minimum Screen Resolution: 800x600
Game developers should be thinking about making the gamers who love
particular game characters and particular game series addicted to them.
What will you do with the people if one day you stop making sequels?
Diner Dash 5: Boom is an example of such games. The game series are so
much a part of casual games world that having another sequel released
seems nothing but a natural thing to happen. The game will satisfy those
who are looking forwars to crazy cooking and serving.
While PlayFirst are mostly known for their dash games, now they offer
us a totally new genre
in the old good atmosphere of DinerTown - a tycoon game for Mac. Here you'll
have a possibility to
try your prediction and strategy skills and see whether you can compete
with the evil
corporation. You will start from Darla's Sidewalk Cafe and try to
conquer DinerTown's eaters back district by district. On the whole the
game is a quite addictive and interesting sample of tycoon genre, so if
like the genre - it's a perfect choice to try!
Pet lovers and fans of PlayFirst Dashes! Great news for you! Meet
Doggie Dash - a new fast-paced time-management from the developer! It
offers all the features you love so much and a ton of new ones you are
sure to be delighted with! Lots of amazing upgrades and funny sounds
make the game even more fun! Just try it!
Dr. Daisy Pet Vet - another funny title for Mac OS with a plot that blends Paradise Pet Salon(as you're going to work with pets) and Fever Frenzy(since you'll have to cure them). Daisy, the main heroine of the game is to complete her residence by working at Dr. Goodpaw's clinic and heal pets of all kinds before she becomes a professional veterianarian. Cartoon design, funny graphics and characters - this is all that makes this simple game so much original.
When it goes about sequels it is always a question of improving and overshadowing: will the second part be better than the previous or not? Drawn: Dark Flight is a continuation of a well known Drawn: The Painted Tower by Big Fish Game Studios. And though for me it is hard to judge whether the second game outbids its forerunner as I didn't play Drawn: The Painted Tower I can clearly see the worthiness of Drawn: Dark Flight.
First of all the storyline of the first part is told at the beginning of the second part. So the player who hasn't experienced the previous game will not feel confused. And what is more after having heard all the story from the beginning I somehow felt that I should try Drawn: The Painted Tower as well. As for the fans of the first game they've got an opportunity to play a new variant of adored game but with a new mission and puzzles.