Diner Dash 2 Game Summary:
Are you ready for a second course?
In this second installment of the addictive game Diner Dash you are going to play the role of Flo who is committed to rescue her friends' restaurant from the ambition of Mr. Big. Diner Dash 2 is the exception to the rule where second parts are never better, you will become addicted immediately to its frantic action packed levels.
As Flo you'll have to work quickly and accurately getting customers to their seats, taking their orders, delivering their food & drinks, and finally collecting tips. But, do not panic, you'll find tips and advice to fulfill your tasks step by step during the first level. Upgrade the restaurants, expand them as much as possible and help Flo to save her friends' restaurant in this amazing sequel of Diner Dash!!
Diner Dash 2 Features:
5 All New Restaurants
30 Action Packed Levels
Style/Decor Each Restaurant
Play and Share with your friends
Diner Dash 2 Requirements:
Download Size: 9.42MB
Requirements: DirectX 7.0
Tested: Virus Free
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Diner Dash 2 Game Trivia:
A diner is a particular type of restaurant which is usually a prefabricated building often with a stainless steel exterior layer, they offer a wide range of foods and 24-hours service.
In 1872 appears the first recorder diner, a horse-drawn wagon that offered hot food for the Providence Journal's employees in Providence, Rhode Island.
In 1887 began the commercial production of diner wagons by Thomas Buckley in Worcester, Massachusetts
The first patent for the diner was given to Charles Palmer in 1891 who built them until 1901.
From the 1950's to the 1970's over 600 diners were established by Greek immigrants in the New York area.
Diners have been depicted in cinema and TV as a symbol of the 1950's prosperity and optimism in films like The Blob, Happy Days and Diner or TV shows like Alice.
Two diners: Poirier's Diner and Munson Diner appear in the list of the National Register of Historic Places, both of them built by the Kullman Dining Car Company.