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Full Version Features
The free trial includes unrestricted access and allows you 60 minutes of play; which just got me started. The full version includes 40+ levels of gameplay, 4 different chains, 5 different types of customers, two modes of play (Career and Endless Shift) and high score tracking. At only 10MB, itís not a hard drive buster, nor will it clog up your dialup line for too long. And at $19.99 its not a wallet buster either: cheap enough to warrant casual play throughout year.
- Appeals to rest of us (non-hardcore teen gamers)
- High repeat playability
- Easy to use, navigate
- No multiple player support
- Little high score competition (score posting available on publisherís website)
A busy restaurateur provides a nice change of pace to card and puzzle games for those of us who arenít interested in shooting up aliens, goblins, or terrorists for 12 hours on end. Definitely high repeat playability, even after beating Career portion of game. Low price and download size are a real plus. Lacks in competition and multiple player support, however this only matters if youíre interested in such things. One of my top 10 games of year.
Storyline: 8 Ease of Use: 9 Playability: 7
- Publisher: PlayFirst
- Full Version Price: $19.99
- Download: 10 MB
- Windows 98/2000/Me/XP
- Processor: PIII 600 MHz
- 128 MB RAM
- Free hard drive space: 12MB
- Video Card
- Sound Card
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