In this corner we have the original Flo dashing her diner and in the other corner we have Quinn dashing her weddings. Lets get it on!
Wedding Dash is a spin-off of the Diner Dash series. You play as Quinn a wedding planner that deals with drama of weddings. Not only do you have to feed the guests, but you also have to break up fights, and keep depressed aunts happy. The game features 50 levels, 10 guest types, and 9 wedding mishaps to overcome.
Diner Dash Flo on the Go is one of the many sequels to the Diner Dash series. This time around Flo goes on a cruise and is forced to use her table-server talent once again. It features five restaurants, nine costumer types, and tons of designable outfits.
Both of these ladies have worked very hard on the Nintendo DS. But if only one can be crowned champion, I’d say its Quinn. While they’re both perfectly suitable titles for their intended audiences, I did think that Wedding Dash featured more obstacles to deal with simultaneously. The amount of clicking and dragging that you’ll have to do in these games is crazy. It becomes both mind-numbing and stressful as you try to keep up with the game’s increasingly difficult pace.
If there’s one thing that I’ve learned from Wedding Dash it’s that getting married is a pain.