Princess of Tavern

While walking along a wooded path, Mary and her dragon Tobby stumble upon three gunmen trying to extort the Prince. Mary and Tobby step in and quickly drive the robbers away. Impressed by Mary's bravery, the Prince makes her the owner of a small diner on the edge of his kingdom. Hoping to see her again, the Prince requests Mary’s presence at the upcoming royal ball! However, there’s much work to be done if Mary and Tobby are going to make the diner their new home. Maybe they can get things up and running in time to attend!

Overall it does run smoothly thru the storyline just boring. You will also purchase items to help you serve customers such as extra table and chairs to serve more customers. However, this is still a very basic and somewhat boring time management game. Once all items have been unlocked, you get to attend the Ball. The game board is fantastic, with the garden, the treasure chests, and the increasingly more difficult levels, along with negative and positive character interactions. Played all the way to the end thinking it might get harder, but never did. Can get a little repetitive, but the story is fun to follow. Date published: Those 2 problems made it impossible to get 3 stars once you get past about the 9th level. There are 15 Achievements to earn as well, but there is no option to play this game in a Relaxed, untimed mode, at least none that I could find. First of all, the main character would have her back to the customers if she wasn't doing anything. All the little side games had a cool down timer and it wasn't very long unlike some games, I think they were about 5 mins cool down timers, but by the time you had played your next level you was able to access the side games again.


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The storyline is odd, but I can go with it. Normally I HATE this type of time management as I find them repetitive but this one kept me entertained for nearly 2 days before I finished the game completely. Worst of all, he can Flowers Garden Solitaire other customers meaning you really want to keep him happy for as long as possible. I do like it though and will keep trying to improve. Date published: Rated 4 out of or by Ninajo Defense of Roman Britain Another great time management game Another great time management game, Halloween Stories: Mahjong graphics are quite good in this one too. Advance Princess of Tavern the levels again and you come across a splat the dragon side game, you have a cannon and fire tomatoes at these green dragons which just pop up, at the end of the game you gain gold. A few of the movements were slow and there was some freezing but other than that, it was an interesting game from start to finish. Overall it does run smoothly thru the storyline just boring. I like restaurant style games. Other than that it is very Proncess to other TM restaurant type games like Diner Princess of Tavern. It is VERY repetitive and gets boring very quickly. As it stands though, there are better options out there. I loved loved loved the side games.

A madcap adventure you won't want to miss playing. Can get a little repetitive, but the story is fun to follow. And it was a hit and miss to move the customers to their chairs to be served. We need more time management games like this one to be developed. By the time you realize that the game didn't respond to one of your clicks, it was impossible to clear the level with 3 stars and the customers were piled up. The graphics are nice. This is by far one of my favorite games that has come out in a very long time. There are only four steps that need to be taken per customer and the repetitiveness got old real fast. I would give ten stars if I could!! I liked part of it but those two things did it for me. Once all items have been unlocked, you get to attend the Ball. It was more like the Miriel series from - Miriel the Magical Merchant and Miriel's Enchanted Mystery, which I enjoyed greatly and have not seen anything else like until now. Other than that it is very similar to other TM restaurant type games like Diner Dash. It is VERY repetitive and gets boring very quickly.

Eventually, you will upgrade the building itself, Diner, Inn and Tavern. Clicking on Princes exact correct spot was hard as well to the point that you get frustrated by missing tasks so you have to go back and click on it again, well that is if the customer hasn't stormed out already. The game board is fantastic, with the garden, the treasure chests, and the increasingly more difficult levels, Virtual Families with negative and positive character interactions. We need more time management games like this one to be developed. It was very slow paced and neither the story line nor the graphics were oc good. All the little side games had a cool down timer and it wasn't very long unlike some games, I think they were about 5 mins cool down timers, but by the time you had played your next oof you was able Ricky Raccoon: The Amazon Treasure access the side games again. I like restaurant style games. I do Princess of Tavern it though and will keep trying to improve.


The game character control is not very good. First of all, the main character would have her back to the customers if she wasn't doing anything. And it was a hit and miss to move the customers to their chairs to be served. Also, fairly often mouse clicks wouldn't register especially on the spinner you deliver meal orders to , messing up an entire sequence - this became more annoying in the harder levels. A few of the movements were slow and there was some freezing but other than that, it was an interesting game from start to finish. This is by far one of my favorite games that has come out in a very long time. Also, I love that you can go back to do the mini games to gain resources. Sometimes though, the place is just too busy to really get things conducted perfectly. There are 15 Achievements to earn as well, but there is no option to play this game in a Relaxed, untimed mode, at least none that I could find. Can get a little repetitive, but the story is fun to follow. You will also purchase items to help you serve customers such as extra table and chairs to serve more customers. Sometimes you can eventually get around these through loopholes.

And it was a hit and miss to move the customers to their chairs to be served. I play one level, at most, before closing in frustration!!!! I like restaurant style games. The game character control is not very good. Once all items have been unlocked, you get to attend the Ball. Sometimes you can eventually get around these through loopholes. It was more like the Miriel series from - Miriel the Magical Merchant and Miriel's Enchanted Mystery, which I enjoyed greatly and have not seen anything else like until now. Also, I love that you can go back to do the mini games to gain resources. I will be replaying this game a lot. It is VERY repetitive and gets boring very quickly. Can get a little repetitive, but the story is fun to follow. It is quite the challenge, but as long as you upgrade your tavern, playing mini games or replaying a level will help, only buy what is needed for that level save the rest to upgrade. Really slow moving.

13 thoughts on “Princess of Tavern

  1. It will keep you on your toes I loved loved loved the side games. I like the setup of this service type game much better than the Delicious series.

  2. I will be replaying this game a lot. I liked part of it but those two things did it for me. Other than that it is very similar to other TM restaurant type games like Diner Dash. It was very slow paced and neither the story line nor the graphics were very good.

  3. If it wasn't for that glitch, this would be a 5 star TM game! The game ran smoothly and the graphics where very good too, and The story line wasn't bad either. The game board is fantastic, with the garden, the treasure chests, and the increasingly more difficult levels, along with negative and positive character interactions. You can't get rid of a customer and seat the next one if you can't speed up the time it takes to get the food.

  4. Really slow moving. Once all items have been unlocked, you get to attend the Ball. BUT, if you're just looking for something to bide your time It is quite the challenge, but as long as you upgrade your tavern, playing mini games or replaying a level will help, only buy what is needed for that level save the rest to upgrade.

  5. It reminds me of a slower version of Diner Dash. I play one level, at most, before closing in frustration!!!! Princess of Tavern is very glitchy at times.

  6. The levels get harder and harder BUT you can buy upgrades which give your customers more patience. If you are just looking to kill a little time, it is fine. So, how does it all go a bit wrong? Those 2 problems made it impossible to get 3 stars once you get past about the 9th level. After a few levels, you will unlock a Treasure Chest that contains an item to help you dress for the upcoming Royal Ball.

  7. Played all the way to the end thinking it might get harder, but never did. I think it is a good game for the kiddos too! The graphics are nice.

  8. Also, I love that you can go back to do the mini games to gain resources. A few of the movements were slow and there was some freezing but other than that, it was an interesting game from start to finish. Also, fairly often mouse clicks wouldn't register especially on the spinner you deliver meal orders to , messing up an entire sequence - this became more annoying in the harder levels. Let's see more of this type of game! This games keeps you on your toes by filling and serving order while achieving points to earn upgrades.

  9. Really slow moving. A madcap adventure you won't want to miss playing. However, I agree with the other reviewer, that the cook takes too long to prepare the food, which makes it difficult to earn 3 stars, because you can't progress until you get the food. Clicking on the exact correct spot was hard as well to the point that you get frustrated by missing tasks so you have to go back and click on it again, well that is if the customer hasn't stormed out already. This is by far one of my favorite games that has come out in a very long time.

  10. It reminds me of a slower version of Diner Dash. It even throws in thieves who try to steal your money. Rated 5 out of 5 by Kitty from Princess of Tavern Fantastic, I was hoping there would be more classic Time Management games, other than Delicious, one of my very favorites, and this one is top notch.

  11. It even throws in thieves who try to steal your money. If you are regularly playing this type of game you will find it lacking something. My favorite genre is time management. And it was a hit and miss to move the customers to their chairs to be served.

  12. In between that, various other things can occur. I loved loved loved the side games. Can get a little repetitive, but the story is fun to follow. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Ninajo from Another great time management game Another great time management game, the graphics are quite good in this one too. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pedmay from It's OK It's not the funnest game I have played, but it has it's moments.

  13. It is quite the challenge, but as long as you upgrade your tavern, playing mini games or replaying a level will help, only buy what is needed for that level save the rest to upgrade. It even throws in thieves who try to steal your money. I replayed the first couple of levels, because I only earned 2 stars, and at first you only have 2 chairs. Once all items have been unlocked, you get to attend the Ball.

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