Coffee Rush 3
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 10
  • 800 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Coffee Rush 3 

Keep local coffee houses from falling to a corporation in Coffee Rush 3 Deluxe, a fun new brewing adventure. The residents of Bean Town are in trouble once again. They love coffee, but all of the tasty options are being driven out of town by the return of the heartless Smokestack Coffee Company. What can you possibly do but continue to fight the good fight and run the greedy fiends out of town.

  • fight the good coffee fight in this fun 3-of-a-kind and time management blend
  • play 100 all-new replayable levels with a unique 3-Star rewards system
  • swap coffee beans, milk, sugar and other ingredients to serve waiting customers
  • purchase over 100 upgrades and also decorate your store
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Reviews of Coffee Rush 3
 | Added on: December 14, 2011
i cant believe all the negative reviews! i personally like this game! and i like it better then coffee rush 1 and 2! i like th upgrades you can do to the outside of the shop however its not very hard.. i like the game!
 | Added on: December 16, 2011
I'm also rather surprised by the really negative feedback for this game. I'm actually enjoying it. Yes, it is very much like the first two games, but there are some differences, such as special bonus tiles that require a bit of extra thinking to reach. I find the game relaxing (even with the odd angry character, like Smokestack). The only thing I think some people would consider as negative (and it's not an issue for me) is that it is fairly easy to get really high scores on each level. If you have enough donuts and cupcakes on hand, and you can keep getting all the candy and ice cream tiles (to improve patience and score), you can sit on one last character for quite a long time. This allows plenty of time to boost the score. So in that way, the challenge of getting a high score only requires a bit of patience. The exception to this is one of the recurring non-customer levels, which is timed. Perhaps, to increase the enjoyment for all players, the makers could consider offering different experience modes in future games (Normal and Advanced) with a time limit once the last order is filled for the people playing in advanced mode. Having said that, if you enjoy Match 3 games, I can't see any reason why Coffee Rush 3 shouldn't appeal. I've played the previous two versions, and I found this one just as enjoyable.
 | Added on: December 12, 2011
DISCLAIMER: I just played the demo. I didn't like Coffee Rush or Coffee Rush 2; so since this game is EXACTLY like the first two, it should come as no surprise that I didn't like this one, either. If you haven't had the "pleasure" (and I use the term VERY loosely) of playing either of these games before, I'll fill you in on the plot (the plot in all the games are the same): the evil Stackhouse Coffee has run all the other coffee places out of business while dragging the name of good coffee in the mud. It's up to you to remind the poor citizens what REAL coffee is like and run Stackhouse out of town. The graphics are cartoony and not in a good way. The gameplay leaves much to be desired. You have to collect coffee beans, whipped cream, sugar, and for some reason I can't fathom, lightening bolts to make drinks for you customers. There are NEVER enough sugar cubes and you get impatient looking for matches and so do your customers. What could have been a fun game turns into an exercise in utter frustration. If you want to play a wonderful 3-match game, skip this one and download Heroes of Hellas 3.
 | Added on: December 12, 2011
Robert Heinlein once submitted a book in the hope of getting out of a book contract. In kindness all I can hope is that this a similar tactic. Unfortunatley for the developer this was accepted and the only option is to strain to write an even more rubbish game. A TRIAL OF SISYPHUS. Having enjoyed the franchise very much, because of its clear need for strategy, this is a bowl of mud. It is so easy to get the top level,so long as you have half a day, it is almost impossible to fail.
 | Added on: December 12, 2011
I thought there might be some improvements in game interface and fun factor with the third version of this game, but I was wrong. It's more of the same matching in order to get what you need to serve the line of customers, serving them, and doing the same thing over again. The game doesn't respond well to clicks, but it is fast which in this case is not necessarily a positive. There's no strategy involved and until you get to the end of the line of people, it's just like playing a simple match 3 because you can match anything and will be filling some orders. In addition, you have to click on other things, like money and treats on the board in order to get enough to pass the level. Overall, this game requires the player to fight to get the game to respond and there's little gratification at the end of it. With so many good time management and match 3 out there, I won't waste my game time on this one.
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