PlayFirst Announces Diner Dash: Grilling Green for iPad

Tue, Apr 6, 2010

Casual, iPad

PlayFirst has announced that their flagship game franchise, Diner Dash, has come to the iPad in the form of the platform exclusive Diner Dash: Grilling Green.

Diner Dash: Grilling Green was designed specifically for the iPad, and contains new features that take advantage of the tablet’s multi-touch capabilities, allowing you, as Flo, to serve and cook dishes simultaneously using the new “Touch Cooker 3000,” which serves as a gesture-based cooktop, allowing you to flip, chop, stir, pinch and otherwise prepare your customers’ orders.

In a Diner Dash first, two players can jump into the levels at once – one jumps behind the counter to do the cooking, while the other performs Flo’s traditional duties like cleaning tables and taking orders. All of the above is presented in a fun storyline that sees Flo wishing to bring a bit of healthiness to DinerTown, by cooking healthy, eco-friendly food for her guests.

“The Diner Dash: Grilling Green App for iPad is a whole new world of time management gameplay made possible by the magical new iPad. The use of Multi-Touch enabled gestures creates a truly hands-on and immersive experience for players,” said Mari Baker, president and chief executive officer of PlayFirst. “We are only just beginning. You’ll continue to see PlayFirst innovation in updates to Diner Dash: Grilling Green and exciting future apps for iPad.”

Diner Dash: Grilling Green is now available for $4.99 on iTunes. For more information about the game, head over to its official website.

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