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Tuesday, October 17, 2006
Diner Dash 3: Flo on the Go is the latest in a series of restaurant simulations developed by GameLab and Playfirst. It's now possible to dress Flo in all sorts of outfit and apparel before sending her out to take on each assignment.

As usual, the game involves serving customers in the shortest time possible before any of them runs out of patience and leaves your establishment in anger. New challenges have been included to break the monotony, though turning off the lights in an attempt to hinder progress is more of an inconvenience rather than anything else.

This production isn't not going to attract new fans but it'll delight those who favored the first two.

Name: Diner Dash: Flo on the Go
Developer: Playfirst
Category: Puzzle
Type: Demo
Size: 10MB