Wedding Dash 4-Ever
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 10
  • 1.2 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
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Wedding Dash 4-Ever 

Make plans to live happily ever after in Wedding Dash 4 - Ever Deluxe, the dazzling new challenge from the hit wedding series. Quinn's mom is in town to help plan her daughter's wedding, unaware that it's been called off. Unfortunately for Quinn, she not only needs to explain her decision, but also deal with her mother shaking up Quinn's home, her business, and even her love life!

  • join Quinn in a fabulous new time management episode
  • host 10 deluxe weddings in 5 trendy venues
  • seat guests, serve them, and deal with Bridezilla and Groom Kong
  • play mini-games like running a conga line and hunting for hidden objects
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Reviews of Wedding Dash 4-Ever
 | Added on: January 25, 2016
the game is wonderful i love it there is no problems le to hard but the levels get a little to hard sometime
 | Added on: August 29, 2015
Beautiful game, some characters to manage.Collectibles very well hidden. Musics are too short, the kisses are too fast to be seen. I had a short hard time at level 3.8, a bit more at 4.8. The REALLY hard time is the 5th place, I did flirt bonuses I could but it's not enough. Tips of flirt bonuses are SPOILER: Derek Janet, Chloe towards Kyle... I've read Mai Ling with uncle (Hal?)
 | Added on: April 12, 2015
I finally got to play this game! I love this game as much as the other 3. This game had some of the same characters; while adding more. They were eating faster than the other Wedding Dash's Games. It was challenging in the firecracker level. I loved every bit of it! I just think that it should have more flirt bonuses, and a way to calm down the ones that is standing in line. I hope after 5 years they will come up with another one that way Quinn can finally get married. Try this game! I promise you it is addictive! Overall I give this game 5 stars. THANKS GAMEHOUSE PLEASE COME UP WITH ANOTHER ONE!!!!
 | Added on: September 15, 2010
I love the Wedding Dash games, and this is no exception! Very fun, with the time management elements you have known and loved, with some little hidden objects thrown in, and fun minigames. The story is cute and fun, and collecting the gifts is great too. :)
 | Added on: September 17, 2010
I like the whole series of wedding dash, diner dash, and cake mania. Of the three games, wedding dash has always seemed the easiest and continues with this game. But just because it is easier than the other two, it is still a great game. I love the story line and they changed in up just a enough to keep it from seeming like just the same old game. While the guests are still exactly the same from the other wedding dash games, the game now has the bride and groom having to be seated and fed and mingling with the guests. Also the having to pick the correct menu/decor choices before the level begins has been eliminated. Instead, you have a very easy HOG. The trick to the HOG is to find them at the very beginning so that you don't forget about them by the end, because if you move the last guest to the dance floor without having found everything, you can't find it before the level ends. Also there are some other mini games, that while not too difficult, do make you think and use some logic to play. Also, they allow you to skip these games without penalty. Overall a great sequel to a great franchise.
 | Added on: October 18, 2010
Finally got to play .... I knew I would not be disappointed - LOVE the new game . I think the new ideas they came up with for this are great - the dealing with the tray servings, the conga line, the ceremony seating (I am really enjoying this), the bride & groom mingling, the new catastrophes, I love the new characters - while I love the older games, I want them each to be somewhat different but still enough the same without losing the gameplay or overall feel for the game. This was perfect! There is a slight learning curve with getting used to the tray servings but I like that it's a new challenge to conquer. I would imagine the game gets quite daunting at higher levels with all that you have to manage (more things than before). I'm really enjoying myself - kudos to the developers on a job well done! By the way, I disagree with the Gamezebo reviewer who says this is just more of the same - I think they changed just about everything they could (without developing a different game entirely, which is not what anyone wants from a sequel). Just my two cents.
 | Added on: September 27, 2010
I really like the Wedding Dash games and all the cute characters. It's another fun game in the series, but I do miss picking out cake flavors and such before the actual game-part, and I'm not a fan of the hidden-object incorporation.
 | Added on: March 16, 2011
This game was a lot of fun, but I do enjoy the way that the other ones were better than this one. I liked being able to pick out the decor and going back and forth for the plates as opposed to the hidden object and platters of food that this new one had. Overall, it was as addicting as the others, and I enjoyed playing it, I just liked the others better.
 | Added on: October 21, 2010
I was very happy to see a new Wedding Dash, but I was a little disappointed in this one... I have to say I didn't care for the third one either though. The first 2 are definitely the best in the series and I wish they would go back to that setup. The artwork for the blonde and daughter is very different for some reason and not very attractive (I know this isn't an important item, but hey.) Adding the missing item part makes the game seem more child-friendly but the seating and conga line parts are good additions. I would like to see the other characters from the first 2 games added to this one.
 | Added on: September 17, 2010
I was very excited to see a new Wedding Dash game come out. I have all of them. I like them better than Diner Dash. I love Flo, and I am glad she is in the Wedding Dash game. But if you are not a huge fan of Diner Dash, try the Wedding Dash series instead. And if you already like the Wedding Dashes, you will like this one too. There are 50+ levels in all, with extra levels such as a conga line and a reception, where you can earn some extra points to buy upgrades. 5 wedding venues, with 10 weddings each. You have to start over with buying upgrades at the beginning of each of the 5 levels (they don't carry over), but you should be able to buy all the upgrades within each level. I do miss that there is no "Endless Mode" in this game. I used to like playing that mode until "Bridezilla" and "Groom Kong" blew up!! :) Instead, you have a choice of playing regular or firecracker modes. If you are a seasoned time management player, or a Wedding Dash fan, I would suggest going straight for the firecracker mode. It is fast paced and challenging... but not extremely tough. An added element is a hidden object game in all 50 weddings. I almost forgot to look for the hidden objects each time! There is nothing to remind you to look for them while you are in the wedding game play, so don't forget to find the hidden objects! You need to complete 47 (I think) out of 50 hidden object games to play the final wedding of Quinn (although there is some twist about Quinn's wedding but I am not there yet to find out the whole story). In summary, it is close to the other Wedding Dash games, but with enough twists and new challenges to play, to make it a different game and not the "same ol' same ol'".
 | Added on: December 24, 2012
I really enjoyed the challenge of this game-until I got to level 50. I tried both modes for weeks and weeks, to no avail! That was 4 mos. ago. Haven't played it since. I tried the forum for help and got no response whatsoever. Other than that, it was fun, but what's fun about not being able to complete a game?
 | Added on: September 17, 2010
this game is much like the other wedding dash games, but somehow that's ok. seating guests in the specific places-beside or not beside a specific person/moving the bride and groom to different places they want to b/moving the bride and groom to the arch so they can kiss when a guest requests it/serving the guests/moving them to the dance floor/fixing problems when they arise. if u complete a specific task at each wedding u get a gift 4 Quinn's wedding (that she's cancelled but not informed her mom)-that was cool seeing the scene come to life. and of course having Flo serving the guests just makes the game better-love that Flo!!! by the time the hr trail limit was up, i had bot all the upgrades available. that was kinda wierd-i wanted more. all in all a good game in this series...
 | Added on: January 9, 2012
While this is by far one of the easiest in the series, I still enjoyed the gameplay, storyline and the graphics! The introduction of new characters was a plus as well as a twist in the original gameplay; I really enjoyed shifting everyone around! I am looking forward to another game in this series; please don't tell me that this will be the last we hear from Quinn and her wedding planning days!
 | Added on: September 22, 2010
if you enjoy playing dinner dash games this is a super followup, i love the gameplay, its easy and real fun to play
 | Added on: January 9, 2012
 | Added on: July 9, 2012
If you like clicky games and you like the Dash producers style, then I recommend buying it.
 | Added on: September 15, 2010
Well this sure put a bright spot in my evening when I saw there was another wedding dash game to play as this is my all time favorite for TM games. What a great follow up to the others. The game play is somewhat the same as far as seating, feeding, and putting the guests by who they want to sit by and then getting them out to the dance floor but what's a little different about this one you don't choose the menu and honeymoon location like in the others. Also speaking of the food as Flo from Diner Dash is in this helping Quinn along with Quinn's mom and she can carry more food as it starts out with 3 and then you can upgrade as you move along in the game so this one seemed easier to keep up with than the other Wedding Dash games. The bride and groom also seemed to be more involved than in the other Wedding Dash games as they will ask to sit at certain tables and by certain guests. Also seems the guest along with bride/groom want to move around more, that is change who they are sitting by in this game so you really have to pay attention. Also in each level there is a mini HOG where you have to find just a few items for example: One couple met in college so you have to find six books which isn't too hard. I also enjoyed the mini games seating the guests and the conga line. You can play this in casual mode or if you want a faster pace the firecracker mode which I didn't even try the firecracker one cause I'm sure it would be too fast for me. This is a definite 5 stars in my book all the way. Give it a whirl and see what you think. THANK YOU GAME HOUSE :)
 | Added on: December 19, 2011
Really Really FUN! I love the little stories and how the food and deco and other items. I love games that use characters that you have played with earlier
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