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Diner Dash Reviews (iPhone)

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Pocket Gamer UK (Sep 15, 2008)
Although this version doesn't really add to the established canon of Diner Dash conversions, the reduced cost and more suitable platform make it a simple joy that's very easy to recommend. A must for anyone who's never played it (at least on a pocket platform), and a blessing for anyone who's found themselves unable to put Flo away on either the DS or mobile, Diner Dash on the iPhone is the equal of any other popular puzzler currently heating up the App Store.
148apps (Oct 28, 2008)
I enjoyed this game and do see myself going back to it. It’s something that you can pick up quickly and doesn’t require a huge time commitment either.
AppCraver (Nov 14, 2008)
Diner Dash is fairly repetitive in nature but it is nevertheless very addictive and with its hand-drawn comic-style graphics and its suitable soundtrack, it offers great game fun for the entire family. The controls are easy and intuitive and the storyline as well as the gameplay make Diner Dash a great game with substantial replay value.
Slide to Play (Sep 05, 2008)
We hope that the developer can clean up the presentation in a bit in an update, because Diner Dash is a great game otherwise. If you enjoyed playing it on another platform, you certainly won't regret spending $9.99 on it in the App Store. If you haven't tried it before, and you like fast-playing puzzle games, we recommend giving it a shot.
IGN (Sep 15, 2008)
Diner Dash is a good game without question. It's still quite playable and Flo's cartoon look still works. But there have been so many sequels since this 2003 original that have added extra features to the series that it's inexplicable to ask customers to pay full price for a five-year-old game.