Diner Dash 5: Boom - Open-Air Diners
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.
The plot of Diner Dash 5
has Flo’s diner leveled by a particularly brutal breakfast rush, but a
contractor who’s addicted to Flo’s hash browns offers to help her
rebuild it. So your buddy Hal rebuilds the diner as you go through the
game, helping him out by serving meals in a variety of open-air
Unlike the previous games you can't cusomize the Flo's outfits while going through the game. What you are customizing here is an entire customized diner for the game’s final chapter.
Core gameplay in Diner Dash 5 is
pretty similar to prior games in the series. You need to match groups
of customers them with the right table, take their orders, deliver
their food, and give them the check without taking too long.
The customers have different personalities as always, but what they have in common is that they all don't like to wuit for too long and leave when their patience is lost.
So use the combo opportunities wisely so that you could get the most out of what you have.
The game is split up into five chapters, each with a set of 10 levels set in a different location.You can spend the money you
earn serving customers on a variety of power-ups for Flo and her
open-air diners, including valuable helpers, so you have a reason to
care about making as much money as you can in every level.
Diner Dash 5 also introduces Bonus levels at the end of each chapter. You don’t have to play these.Diner Dash 5 also
introduces some social features that are sure to make the game more
competitive among groups of friends, though it drops the multiplayer
mode introduced in Diner Dash 4.
The game is definitely worth trying. That's what the trial versions are for, aren't they?
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