Lisa522 | Added on: July 27, 2010
This is a fun game but gets a little repetitious and not much challenge as you can continually use the podium over and over without penalty. It seems like you should only be able to use it to full effectiveness a few times on people before it starts having a lesser impact. The way the game plays right now, it makes it too easy, imo.
emilysmom | Added on: June 24, 2009
Another great Diner Dash Sequel! Flo on the Go is a lot more challenging than the previos Diner Dash games. Once you start clicking you can' stop!
freefox | Added on: October 19, 2012
I liked the other Flo games a lot, so I just went right on ahead and bought this one thinking it was the same...not really....I mean, the characters and the overall theme are the same, but there are some differences that I wasn't really fond of. The first one was that even though you got upgrades, you didn't have to buy them, they just let you pick one when you started a level, and they didn't really effect gameplay at all. The ones that did, weren't even ones you chose, they just gave them to you. So, if you were having trouble, you couldn't really purchase anything to help you out. Second thing that annoyed me, was that when you had trouble getting expert on a level, it would take you on to the next one, without giving you the option of replaying it. This was a problem, because you had to achieve expert on the next level over again, as just quitting it would result in losing your save....I don't know if I'm explaining that right, but a "retry" or "start over" button at the end of the level would've been great, but there's not one unless you just fail the level altogether. Anyway, I still liked the game overall, and the little storyline made me smile. I really enjoyed playing it, so I definately think it's worth the buy. Just thought the differences were worth noting.
ffwfire | Added on: November 15, 2010
Good game that I will probably forget playing next week. That is why I am writing it down. I didn't have a problem till level 50. I used a seating chart for that level. You have to match all the customers colors. I agree it was an easy game till level 50, but I don't like playing really hard games. Some games it takes forever to get past some levels. This game I bet in a day or two. I was playing it all day. It has 50 levels.
AllieCullen | Added on: December 20, 2012
Most time management games like this seem to be repetitive, but for some reason this one never does! A great way to incorporate Flo without another 'Diner Dash' per say.