Avenue Flo: Special Delivery
Great fun, would recommend playing the first game in the series first
I loved the first game, and I even loved this one better (#although had glitch problem!).
This game is a fresh change on an adventure game. If you go everywhere, talk to everyone and go back and forth numerous times, I don't think you need a walkthrough *.
It's mini games are harder, than the first one, and overall more challenging, than the first ( but also more fun and enjoyable.)
But if you have played the first game, this comes like a natural progression.
Some of them, I think could have been programmed better - the 'making baby food' game, clicking on the squares was frustrating as clicking on the next one, cancelled the last square out.
The scrabble game, picking up and placing tiles was fiddly.
I loved seeing my cookies cut out, after finishing it (nice touch).
I thought in the first game, the bottles and butterflies were too easy, and I got more bottles than I needed. Well, did they ratch up the hardness in this game!
But I would prefer it that way, than making it too easy. They could have given a hint button in the normal play, even limited would help you out with the last ballon/bottle.
*It's the only part were I think you may need the walkthrough, there was always just one bottle I couldn't get, even though I went through every screen numerous times
#There was a glitch were I was picking up items in baby store downstairs, it wouldn't recognise I had finished, so had to replay all the game to pick up the laptop last. Very frustraing as it was near the end.
November 19, 2011
The Follow Up
I really liked this sequel. I didn't buy the game - yet -, but for what I saw it was awesome. I have the feeling that it is shorter than I'd like, but the price is just perfect. I mean, that's what I pay to play some stupid arcade games for an hour at Hot Zone. I love the voice-overs, and Flo is a surprisingly good singer! The game isn't really challenging, but I was never a sucker for mind puzzling challenges. The level of challenge, in my opinion, was excellent. Some people probably would've liked something a lot more challenging, but I guess that it depends on your mood, actually. When I want something relaxing and that I can play without thinking a lot, this is definitely the game.
January 27, 2012
This is the sequel, so don't even think about getting this w/o Ave Flo!
The graphics are excellent, and it can be considered one of the better 'adventure' games out there.. [Y'know, the kind where there are mini games and you'll have to keep walking back and forth]
You've got to find balloons and bottles [as compared to Ave Flo, where one finds butterflies and bottles instead] and they made it a lot harder this time round, because the balloons can blend into trees, hide behind cars, buildings etc. So always be watchful, because it was a huge pain in the neck to keep walking around just to find that one balloon [and bottle].
You don't have to keep using the subway too, just the times where you've got to go to the next area [as compared to Ave Flo, where Flo needs to go back to the first map from the third and so on].
They crafted it very much like the first one, so the plot line can get a little monotonous. And it makes you wonder if Quinn's really just a manipulative friend who only succeeds with Flo's help. -.-
The mini games are okay, not too hard, and it's great for bonding with your younger siblings / nieces and nephews who are still kids.
January 3, 2012
Think it's the best game i ever played. I loved it! It's great for children ages 9-12 .
March 21, 2012
Let's Hear it for Flo
Flo gets to save Diner Town yet again! Turns out Vicky and Tony are ready for their first baby but as usual, things go wrong and its up to Flo to save the day yet again. This game is just like the first one. It's load of fun and you get to interact with all of the characters in Diner Town. If you're a huge fan of Flo, I highly recommended it.
March 9, 2012
i had a wonderfull time playing this game, hopefully a new game like this soon.
April 23, 2012
Sequels CAN be better!
After playing the first Avenue Flo, I knew exactly what to do.
I definitely reccomend playing the first game before this one:
Level of challengee
The tricky minigames are BACK
The ability to skip a level in minigames
Some of the dialogue was weird like "the dryer ate my socks"
The Dessert Game really tricked me
Some tasks took forever to do
Some of the sounds really annoyed me
I do reccomend this game, but only if you play the first one
May 2, 2012
This is an enjoyable game, the character Flo and the rest of the characters make the storyline worth reading/listening to, whatever you prefer. The graphics were good. This game is not extremely easy and thats good, especially the mini tasks make you work for the solution and that challenge is fun.
February 5, 2012
Here's All of Dinertown
An entertaining game as you try your best to fix the disasters of Vicky Big?s baby shower. They?re actually Quinn?s problems, but since you are her best friend, they're your problems. And Vicky?s poodle is feeling dejected and will be attending a puppy party next door to the baby shower to cheer her up.
Many of the characters in the Diner Dash and Wedding Dash games are incorporated into the game in various capacities (much like Avenue Flo). You can interest with the characters as often as you want and the dialogue will reflect what is happening. Graphics are colorful; voice overs are good. Your task list will tell what needs to be done, but now how to do them. You?ll have to figure it out as there is no hint system. You will have to gather butterflies and bottles and it is sometimes difficult to find that last one. The game isn?t timed, so you have plenty of time to keep looking or to take a break and find them as soon as you come back. I never get tired of playing the Flo games.
July 29, 2012
I enjoyed this game and wished my trial was longer.
July 15, 2012