Flash Dating
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 2000 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 500 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 128 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Flash Dating 

Join an eager matchmaker as she makes dreams come true in this engaging new challenge. Sammy, the top matcher at the local Sock Factory, is sure that she's destined for bigger things than socks. Join Sammy as she sets out to bring people together with her new company, Flash Dating. Pick the right location, set the mood with music, and have refreshments ready for an evening of matchmaking fun. Help break the ice with jokes, keep the conservations on track, and watch as your clients (hopefully) discover true love. Featuring 50 challenging levels, 10 unique locations, and a huge cast of characters, Flash Dating is a romantic adventure in fun.

  • Unlimited Play
  • 50 Challenging Levels
  • 10 Unique Locations
  • Huge Cast of Characters
  • Fast, Frenzied Fun
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Reviews of Flash Dating
 | Added on: July 25, 2009
I really enjoyed this game, but once I reached the month of June in my wedding calendar, I couldn't get any farther! It was disappointing because I was really enjoying the game. I have played a lot of time management games, and this one had a good idea behind it, but because of how hard it was to pass, I just had to delete it!
 | Added on: December 21, 2011
I couldn't get into this game like I can with so many Time Management games. The gameplay was extremely easy; not challenging at all. I don't know; I actually got bored playing it so never had the will to even finish the game!
 | Added on: August 9, 2010
This game could have been a lot better, in my opinion. You play Sammy, who organizes flash dating experiences. At the beginning of each level, you are given "hints" (which truly are nothing more than direct answers) Wedding-Dash style as to the likes of the couples involved for venue, what to serve, type of music. Why are they giving us the answers? You then score points for getting it correct. Next, you play the actual round of flash dating - three couples - who switch partners three times over the course of the night. You can tell the couples jokes, serve them drinks & then clear their table, bring them roses or sweet dishes at their request. Sometimes the couple requires help finding topics in common, which means they flash a topic on the screen then cycle through other topics, you have to click on the right one. After the dating round, you go to the matchmaker screen. You have no more than 3 couples to match up. They smile biggest for the correct match. When you're done, hit okay and be graded. Well, duh, once you match one couple, your next choice is between two, then next couple - there's only one result left. Again, feels like there is no thinking to be done at all. Even during the dating round, you are simply responding to requests - there is no challenge to OFFER them anything to maybe make their chances go up in making a love connection. Also, the longer a couple is left alone, they will naturally form a bond. In the end, there really shouldn't even be a choice as to who is the best match as all three couples hit it off fantastically with all three dates! This was a great theme for a TM game, and executed properly, could have been a smash hit, in my opinion. The one other thing I want to comment on that was driving me NUTS was the unresponsiveness of the buttons. While you are actually playing a round, everything is fine but in between rounds, when you have to hit "play" or "ok", you sit there for what seems to be way too long, wondering if the game is frozen or didn't register your click or whatever. After a long time, it DOES kick in but what's up with that delay? (I have a very high end computer by the way). Anyway, I would like to see this theme redone properly by another developer down the line but for this particular version, I'll pass.
 | Added on: July 16, 2009
fun and very addictive game. its also a different game (rather than food or clothes, etc). can be tricky and very very frustrating
 | Added on: August 11, 2009
If you just can't get enough of the time management style, this game could be for you. There's even a different sort of setting for you to enjoy. Unfortunately, for me, the setting makes little difference. This game is more action than management, meaning that all success rests on clicking -- there is very little decision making involved. The game play elements are not combined well, in my opinion. I found the main elements thin and unchallenging. The additional elements are nothing but quiz-style recap of what you just saw or heard. There is no real variation. The only difficulty in the game as a whole is how fast you can or cannot click on the rising number of tables. I give it two stars. I had no technical problems with it and I appreciated that they used a different sort of storyline, but I felt it ranked as only 'fair' next to other, more complicated and/or charming time management games.
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