Very addicting! I will say it would be cool to have some sort of upgrade system to make their patience go down slower and help them eat faster. Also, I find it funny that their reaction to being too hungry is to throw all of their food away. I made it past level 3 but I'm not going to attempt level 4, without an upgrade system it feels like it would be nearly impossible for me to manage. I hope to see another version in the future! Maybe something along the lines of The One Fork Restaurant DXX Super Ultra Sparking Dining Apocalypse...or something.
wow, original, simple, fun and addictive.
i guess that it also fits on a Tablet device so try uploading it to the app store, and who knows u might get something from it :)
Thanks for your review!
The game is actually already available on Android (free, no IAPs, no Ads, no Permissions) on Google Play:
(or simply search for "ludoscience" on Google Play)
I hope you'll enjoy the Android version too :)
Cute setup! The faces are always charming whether they're cheerful or miffed, and as game-over screens go, a food fight is among the more humorous ones. The music has some rhythm and some bounce, so that's nice for a restaurant. And the pace starts slow but goes to rapid-fire juggling, which always draws my focus.
It's a game of good clean fun. My one speed bump is that the Close Call medals are some kind of super-hard mode. On my first run, I hadn't seen any strategy in delaying service, so I didn't go for those medals until after I leveled my restaurant up to LV5. I can't find a reset button, so now I find myself burning multiple clocks by accident in my efforts to burn one clock on purpose. "A Risky Life," indeed. Even so, this is nice!
Make it so you can buy stuff with pts like slower pat and Faster eatting something like that.
Super simple and really fun, easy but at the same time quite fast-paced