Lunch Rush HD
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  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Lunch Rush HD 

Snowy the Bear is ready to take on the competition with the help of his pal Browny. Get in the game and play through 60 days to win the annual contest in Lunch Rush HD, the addictive time management game. If you've ever wanted to be in the restaurant business, this is your perfect opportunity. Try your skills at keeping the customers happy by delivering the best service.

This active, one-step-ahead game keeps you on your toes and makes you laugh as you take orders, serve food, collect cash, clear tables, and make your customers smile. The business grows every day and the hungry masses return for more. Do your best to please the patrons, earn money, match colors, and execute combo actions to improve your digs and earn highest achievements.

Live the dream of restaurateur when you play the free trial version of Lunch Rush HD or download the full-unlimited version today!

  • Jump in to fast-paced, simple gameplay for hours of enjoyment.
  • Play through 60 levels in the unfolding story of the Restaurant Contest.
  • Choose Nonstop Play Mode for awesome upgrades and even more fun.
  • Buy, renovate, upgrade, and run your very own restaurant.
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Reviews of Lunch Rush HD
 | Added on: June 27, 2013
 
"Lunch Rush" is just a re-packaged version of "Snowy's Lunch Rush" released a few years ago. Nothing at all has changed except the title. The title also says it's in HD, but aside from that. there's no way for me to tell what's HD on my several year old monitor. Lunch Rush is pretty much a carbon copy of the Diner Dash games. You seat customers, take their orders and serve them. Over and over. I liked the DD games and the original Snowy's Lunch Rush and while I should have therefore liked this game, it was just a re-release of an old game that brought nothing new to the table. I played the hour but will not purchase since I already own the original game.
 | Added on: June 27, 2013
 
Not sure why this extremely old game is being introduced as "new" here now. It offers only a sad ghost of good TM. It echoes the earliest Diner Dash games but without the good organization and coding. I'd prefer to replay the earliest in the Delicious or Dash series than playing this again. I played it years ago here and it was the same game minus the HD. HD isn't what this game needed. It needed less clicky, more interesting gameplay. I'm getting desperate for a decent new TM game but this ain't it, kids.
 | Added on: June 27, 2013
 
This game was too easy. It is cute, but definitely not worth purchasing
 | Added on: June 26, 2013
 
very repetitive game, but that doesn't take away the fun of the game for me. the challenge of matching colors, and seating the impatient customers quicker makes for some fun game play. love the graphics and the music.
 | Added on: June 27, 2013
 
In case you missed it a few years ago, Snowy's Lunch Rush has been "reissued" as simply Lunch Rush. Too bad there aren't any NEW TM games being released.
 | Added on: July 3, 2013
 
I think this game is a bit outdated given some of the other TM games released. Its basically DD but not even as exciting as that.
 | Added on: July 27, 2013
 
The game was ok. Pretty easy. An easy version of Dinner Dash. The game would have been a lot better if you could design the cafe how you wanted.
 | Added on: June 27, 2013
 
This old game is back again HD. Can't say I see much difference, but no matter. I love this game and have played it many times in its un-HD version. Typical restaurant--taking food orders, delivering, collecting money and picking up plates. There is also a drive-thru and a telephone so people can make reservations. It's kind of sexist that all the snazzy reservation people are men, at least in the first part of the game; I haven't finished the whole thing yet. It's not too challenging except occasionally you'll get a level that you think is impossible for Expert, but you keep trying and realize that you don't get the same gameplay each time you try again. There's a cat in this one that I don't recall from the original, and I haven't figured out yet if he does anything but meow when you click on him. This is a great game for adults and children. It loads fast and runs really smooth. Somebody ought to bring Snowy back to life in brand new games. He's so cute.
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