Hotel Dash: Suite Success - Elevating Quinn's Business
I believe that the idea of having the series with the characters known so very well by the gamers is really great. Every time a new a game is released you know that you are going to play it just because how could you possibly miss that when you know them so well and for so long.
Dash series is one of those game series. You just can't miss it. And you probably won't want to miss this new release Hotel Dash: Suite Success from PlayFirst.
This time you are to follow Quinn's desire to expand her wedding business by offering honeymoons.
Quinn is going to conquer new lands so to say. She wants to offer honeymoons as part of her services. But it isn't going to be easy be sure.
Hotel business isn't that simple and it sets lots of challenges before the girls.
The game can be played in two modes: Story Mode or Endless Mode. The former one gets you on track of the story with goals to reach in order to precede in the game.
The endless mode is all about you trying to survive for as long as you can. And it will definitely satisfy the more experienced players' hunger for the challenge.
You are going to take the guests to the rooms they need. The color-matching principle works here perfectly and allows you to get the points.
You can also earn stars for upgrading rooms. These stars can be used to upgrade one VIP-room in every hotel, but unfortunately those upgraded VIP-rooms have no influence on the actual gameplay.
Elevators connecting different floors are the main new feature of Hotel Dash: Suite Success, which Flo, Quinn and the other guests have to use to move inside the hotels.
On top of that Flo is privileged when it comes to using the elevator, so that guests have to wait for it on a regular basis. Fortunately you can also upgrade a cart for Flo which enables her to carry up to six things at the same time to shorten her ways as much as possible.
She is also responcible for many things in this game, such as carrying their suitcases, delivering food, towels, or pillows, checking out, or making wake up calls. Apart from that there are also disasters to avert, which will be familiar from the Wedding Dash series, and those disasters are actually the only situations where Quinn is brought into action.
All in all the game is full many interesting features and offers fun turns in the life of the characters.
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