Diner Dash (iPhone application) Reviews
Product Type: PlayFirst software for handheld and PDAs
Description:Manufacturer: PlayFirst / Type: iPhone Game
Newest Review: ... enough to do that you then try to obtain the expert score which is usually considerably higher. You have to seat customers ... more
Customer Diner Dash (iPhone application) Reviews (2)
by - written on 03/11/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I am good at the majority of games on the iPhone but recently I found one I am not doing to good at yet the concept it pretty simple. Diner Dash is a game which is about you rushing around a diner trying to serve customers as quickly as possible whilst trying to obtain a target score. You are present with different challenges each level and every restaurant requires you to complete 10 levels overall. You can try and obtain the score needed to advance and if you are fortunate enough to do that you then try to obtain the expert score which is usually considerably higher. You have to seat customers when they walk in and give them drinks if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/10, updated on 16/06/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I have been a number one fan of Diner Dash ever since I bought it for my Nintendo DS about 2 years ago. When I seen it was available as an iPhone app, I was slightly dubious about whether it would be as good but forced my boyfriend to download it for me to play and it certainly did not disappoint! Now, to get the app, you simple go on the 'app store' on your iPhone, go to search and put in 'diner dash' and there it is for a price of £1.79. Click this price and then that changes to 'buy now', so click again and type in your itunes password. Also, make sure you download this on wifi not 3G because 3G won't download anything over 10mb. Once you've entered your ... Read the complete review
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