DinerMania

The restaurant business is sizzling, but can you handle the heat? See if you have what it takes to run a smoldering hot new eatery without burning a hole in your wallet. Serve delicious dishes to your customers and watch your profits rise with the flames. Earn money to repair and upgrade your restaurant, and see if some trouble-making gangsters are as tough as they look by adding hot spices to their food! It’s eat or be eaten in DinerMania!

I don't think anybody who seriously plays Time Management thinks the characterizations are true at all; they're just there because it's a casual game and the characters' various needs within the game are something you need to deal with. Some upgrades that alows you to make different dishes or other treats, and some achivement. I would recommend this game, I did not find anything wrong with it. You can seat anybody at any seat, even occupied tables with open seats. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by leoaz11 from Not best but good I'm sorry this got such poor reviews. I downloaded it and did not like it at first, but after playing for awhile I found that I enjoyed it. This one has a little bit of a twist to its style. There are good mini-games where you can earn more money and prepare special dishes that sell for more money. Way to short! Music gets annoying after a bit,but I got a mute button, and are not afraid of using it! A special pepper can be purchased as well, which makes a Gangster leave immediately if their happiness level is green, it will take more regular peppers to make them mad. With that being said, the graphics are not bad. Also, I haven't noticed any bonuses for clicking certain things in a row, since you can only do 1 thing at a time. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by lmaclean from Four Restaurants is Too Short The game was fun and all but it could have stood to have more restaurants. I bought it.


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I agree with the other reviewers that the mechanics of this game are a DinerMania rough at times, not very user friendly. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by lmaclean from Four DinerMania is Cursed House 3 Short The game was fun and all DinerMania it could have stood to have more restaurants. It is really relaxing. Customers also don't just ask for one or two things. It is the basic restaurant Sparkle 2. I downloaded it and did DinerMania like it at first, but after playing for awhile I found that I enjoyed it. Preferred coffee shop to this. It's right up my Bubble Zoo 2. What makes this game different is the types of customers you serve. You can seat anybody at any seat, even occupied tables with open seats. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Linca1 from Not top of the shelf Yet I still enjoyed it. It was beat to quickly. In this game, you have a Magic Haven and a waitress. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by leoaz11 from Not best but good I'm sorry this got such poor reviews.

Its a good change. You are supposed to add pepper to their order, which makes them mad and they leave. You have ovens, and side dishes. I try to keep Gangsters at their own table to help me keep track of which ones I have to add pepper to, but it doesn't matter how you do it. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by gcbudka from If you like time management games, I think you'll like this one Time Management games are my favorites; I've been playing them since Diner Dash first came out, and this one is fun. I have only seen two games so far: A generic Match-3 game and a generic Pick-2 game. It's not Diner Dash but good storyline and you are able to decorate and get several upgrades making it more challenging as you go along. It's Not for beginners who've never played Time Management before. By the way, I did seriously think about giving 3 stars but I really enjoyed what there was of the game.. I bought it. Each type of Diner has its own Special Entree, which can only be acquired by playing a mini-game. The interaction with objects is unusual, but once you figure out that you just need to click on the appliance or spice rack and then the appropriate balloon for the dish or spice you want, it's fine. I don't think anybody who seriously plays Time Management thinks the characterizations are true at all; they're just there because it's a casual game and the characters' various needs within the game are something you need to deal with. I'm not too disappointed that I bought the game but I'll most likely not purchase, if they come out with another game from Diner Mania and it is this short.

You can seat Gangsters with Regulars as well, with no deductions. Music gets annoying after a bit,but I got DinerMania mute button, and are not DinerMania of using it! There should have been more to do even after all four restaurants were played. It is really relaxing. I like the customers and the sounds are real. You have ovens, and side dishes. I have not Prodigy of the North: Akatori to give the gangster his exact order yet, so I'm not sure what happens if you do. There were comments made that presenting bikers as undesirable is stereotypical characterization; well, Time Management games are full of that.


Storyline is funky. In the Pick-2 game, a small set of tiles will appear and you have to quickly click 2 matching tiles according to the ingredient list in the corner to make as many Entrees as possible before the time ends. I'm not too disappointed that I bought the game but I'll most likely not purchase, if they come out with another game from Diner Mania and it is this short. With the money you earn you can buy upgrades, more tables, chairs, ovens etc. Every so often a customer will request an item you have not yet purchased or upgraded to. You can replay any restaurant at any time to get full stars if you haven't already and get more money. In this game, you have a cook and a waitress. In that event, they will leave the Diner. For me, it hasn't been ridiculously hectic and I have only lost 1 customer, but it definitely can get confusing. You can seat Gangsters with Regulars as well, with no deductions. Unlike most other Diner games, your waitress cannot hold more than one item, unless the item has a side-dish request, or if you're adding pepper to it. Way to short! You can seat anybody at any seat, even occupied tables with open seats.

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  1. Every so often a customer will request an item you have not yet purchased or upgraded to. With that being said, the graphics are not bad. It's not Diner Dash but good storyline and you are able to decorate and get several upgrades making it more challenging as you go along. Unlike most other Diner games, your waitress cannot hold more than one item, unless the item has a side-dish request, or if you're adding pepper to it. Enjoy this one.

  2. Most of the customers are regular people who just want to eat or drink. Also, I haven't noticed any bonuses for clicking certain things in a row, since you can only do 1 thing at a time. I bought it. Its a good change. All in all, I like it.

  3. Date published: I have accidentally given him what he's asked and it's kept his "Happy Meter" green, but then the next order I added pepper. It's not Diner Dash but good storyline and you are able to decorate and get several upgrades making it more challenging as you go along. A special pepper can be purchased as well, which makes a Gangster leave immediately if their happiness level is green, it will take more regular peppers to make them mad. It's Not for beginners who've never played Time Management before.

  4. You can still que, but just not see it. In the Pick-2 game, a small set of tiles will appear and you have to quickly click 2 matching tiles according to the ingredient list in the corner to make as many Entrees as possible before the time ends. Also, like the fact that there is a type of variation of the Match 3 thrown in for earning extra money etc. Clicking on the table or the customer won't do it.

  5. As to the restaurants, it's a bit more like Bistro Boulevard, in that you pay money to repair the restaurants and try to rack up full stars for all of them. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Linca1 from Not top of the shelf Yet I still enjoyed it. As you progress and upgrade your Diner, it does start to get a little hectic and can become confusing. Also, I haven't noticed any bonuses for clicking certain things in a row, since you can only do 1 thing at a time.

  6. As you progress through each cafe, you can upgrade the building with new tables, chairs, decorations, entrees, ovens, snacks, and beverages. I have only seen two games so far: A generic Match-3 game and a generic Pick-2 game. The icons above your ovens, displays, and beverages will animate, reminding you what you need to pick, but it doesn't stop animating until after your waitress takes the item, so when you click in advance, you may sometimes think you still need to click it. Unlike most other Diner games, your waitress cannot hold more than one item, unless the item has a side-dish request, or if you're adding pepper to it.

  7. Also, I haven't noticed any bonuses for clicking certain things in a row, since you can only do 1 thing at a time. Place your customers and make them food they request and serve them. Its a good change. With that being said, the graphics are not bad. Perhaps because it's difficult to multitask at times, or just a lack of exciting products, either way I believe this game will be adored by some and loathed by others or in my case, I'm taking the middle ground on this one because it does have value, does have an entertainment factor, it's just not an over the top, gotta play just one more level kind of game.

  8. It is interesting but not too difficult. I downloaded it and did not like it at first, but after playing for awhile I found that I enjoyed it. Maybe I am just desperate for a new TM game, but this will do for now. It is really relaxing.

  9. You can replay any restaurant at any time to get full stars if you haven't already and get more money. The icons above your ovens, displays, and beverages will animate, reminding you what you need to pick, but it doesn't stop animating until after your waitress takes the item, so when you click in advance, you may sometimes think you still need to click it. I enjoyed it for what it is.

  10. It's difficult to get into this game and I'm not sure what it is that prevents that. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by lmaclean from Four Restaurants is Too Short The game was fun and all but it could have stood to have more restaurants. You can click in advance, but there are no indications like check marks reminding you of where you have already clicked.

  11. With that being said, the graphics are not bad. I have accidentally given him what he's asked and it's kept his "Happy Meter" green, but then the next order I added pepper. As you progress and upgrade your Diner, it does start to get a little hectic and can become confusing. Enjoy this one. It is really relaxing.

  12. There were comments made that presenting bikers as undesirable is stereotypical characterization; well, Time Management games are full of that. Its a good change. Graphic are so-so as in the food is hard to decipher but the upside to this problem is that, when a person orders, the appliance blinks. Date published:

  13. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Angel from Good Time Management I feel this game isnt stupendous but it is fun. All in all I am going to purchase it for sure. You can still que, but just not see it.

  14. It is the basic restaurant game. Storyline is funky. Each type of Diner has its own Special Entree, which can only be acquired by playing a mini-game. Unlike most other Diner games, your waitress cannot hold more than one item, unless the item has a side-dish request, or if you're adding pepper to it. It is cute, and a bit different layout from most other games in this type of game.

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