|05-13-2009, 02:21 AM||#1|
Counter Logic Posting
Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: South Florida
Hell's Dining Room
Hellís Dining Room Ė Winner of the Pavilion Minigame Contest
Hellís Dining Room is a (slightly irreverant) cross between Diner Dash and Simon.
Youíre a waitress working under the irritable Chef Ramsey (yes, THAT Chef Ramsey) for seven hectic nights, in a restaurant frequented by demons, monsters, and ugly American Stereotypes alike. Remember their orders, juggle their needs, and serve them before they grow impatient.
Earn gratuities to increase your Rank. Will you claim your rightful place as a "Dining Room Deity", or be branded as a "Darwin Award Winner"?
This is the enhanced version of Hell's Dining Room, the winner of the Pavilion Minigame Contest. After four months of adding features and fixing bugs (and, admittedly, procrastinating a bit), this Action/Puzzle game is finally available to all RPG Maker 3 owners.
You are a waitress working under the venomous Chef Ramsey in a restaurant frequented by demons, monsters, and ugly American stereotypes alike. You will juggle the needs of up to ten unique guests, remembering what appetizers, entrees, and desserts that they order and dishing out their meals before they become impatient.
Serve a customer the correct dish, and you'll earn a gratuity. Give an entire party good service and you'll score some sweet bonuses!
But get even one dish wrong, or let a guest go hungry, and the offended patrons will ATTACK you after the meal! You have to fight them off in a quick but challenging RPG battle, using skills and items you earned from other guests to pummel your unhappy customers. If they defeat you, it's Game Over!
Your goal is to earn as much money as you can in seven dinner services--assuming you can survive that long. The more cash you earn, the higher your Rank. Will you claim your rightful place as a "Dining Room Deity", or will you be branded as a "Darwin Award Winner"?
Real-Time Gameplay: Customers' statuses change in real-time as you move around the Dining Room. Customers cannot be served while they are still eating, but make them wait too long once they finish a course and they will turn on you. Things get chaotic, and you'll need equal parts planning and quick thinking to pull through!
Never the Same Twice: A set of "random number generators" dictate what customers order, what rewards you earn for good service, and so on. These change with player decisions as well as with time, so you are practically guaranteed a different experience each time you play!
Power-Ups: Besides money, items, and skills, you can also earn a variety of Special Dishes for exemplary service. These give you an "out" in case you forget someone's order, and they have a variety of different effects on gameplay. Plus, it's just amusing to watch a guest dash outside after they realize there's a laxative in their dessert!
Tons of Personality: Finally, I didn't forget to just have fun with it. Instead of faceless entities, you'll serve a group of interesting, vibrant characters. Among the guests you'll meet are rivaling siblings, a salaryman demon (and his wife, a wealthy lady who fancies herself God's gift to the world), the extremely fiery Bobby Flay, the world's least charismatic Treant, a precocious grade-schooler who "knows karate" (according to her, at least), the intriguing (if somewhat disturbing) Burger King, and more!
You'll find Hell's Dining Room on Slot 3 of your memory card.
I don't use ESRB Ratings, but please be aware that Hell's Dining Room contains moderately strong language and some coarse humor.
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Last edited by Wavelength; 05-11-2010 at 11:50 PM.
|06-08-2009, 04:38 AM||#2|
TBS - Tough But Sweet
Join Date: May 2008
Location: Ann Arbor MI
Re: Hell's Dining Room
I haven't played this, but it sounds similar to Dungeon Wardens Waitressing mini game, does anyone know how they compare?