The One With A Little Bit Of Dash

Ever since My Baby bought me an iPhone, I got myself hooked up with time management games. Are You Alright?, Sally’s Salon, Sally’s Spa, Aroma Coffee, Beauty Resort, Betty’s Resort, Jane’s Hotel, Turbo Subs, Creamy Ice, Jean’s Boutique, Nanny Mania and Frosting are few examples of time management games I have downloaded from the App Store and installed in my 32GB. My gratitude goes to My Baby’s credit card and his green light in approving me to swipe the Platinum for the games from USD0.99 to USD2.99 each. More often than not, I do get usual nagging from him because changing the phone looks similar to my NDS Lite. My Baby occasionally says I am a sucker in some aspects. For one, PlayFirst.

So to my readers, if I am away for awhile from A Good Life, that does not mean I am dead. Most probably, I am busy with the recent Playfirst game – Hotel Dash. Technically, I put the blame on My Baby for showing me Hotel Dash was in the top 25 games in the App Store last night.

So as you can see, I am far from over…
My very first Playfirst game was Cooking Dash. I met Flo for the first time. Any chance I had, it seemed I could not get enough of Flo…
My second of the Dash franchise was Wedding Dash. Quinn is as the wedding planner, and Flo makes few cameo appearances.  I have not yet finish the whole game. I must say guests arrangement is more disputing than dealing with customers.
I am stucked at Venue 3 Level 2…How Quinn would wish they were more civilized *Sigh*

So close to the the top of the wedding cake, but so so many encumbrances. Patience is a virtue, they say…
Diner Dash is more difficult than Cooking Dash. Although Flo does not need to cook food like in Cooking Dash, but serving customers with specific requirement does make your heart beat million times faster. In comparison with Cooking Dash, Flo needs to handle larger crowds of customers in Diner Dash. Having special features in Flo, for example, extra hands to bring extra plates of food to the customers do help, but still the short of breathe in playing this game is beyond words. Not mentioning the arrival of food critic in Diner Dash. Flo does need an extra oxygen tank in Diner Dash…
An unlocked restaurant…
Another unlocked restaurant…
Two unlocked restaurants and few more steps to achieve Flo’s walk of fame…
If you were the same species like me, I highly recommend strategy time management games of the Dash series. Despite more or less your sanity being dared, these games are very addictive. Achieving zero customer lost and fishing each level with expert, you want more and more adrenalin rush flows in your system.
But there is a secret garden, she hides…
~Nani Mansor~
 

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