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  • Summary: Dead Hungry Diner is all about big combos, spells, monsters fighting monsters and finding your flow within the monstrous mayhem!
    Help Gabe and Gabby, patrons of "The Dead Hungry Diner", as they feed the creatures of the night buckets and buckets of juicy Brain Berry goop!
    Dead Hungry Diner is all about big combos, spells, monsters fighting monsters and finding your flow within the monstrous mayhem!
    Help Gabe and Gabby, patrons of "The Dead Hungry Diner", as they feed the creatures of the night buckets and buckets of juicy Brain Berry goop!

    (Well... that's the easy part!)

    Do you know what happens when you place werewolves near vampires?

    They fight!!! And you don't want fighting when you have so many other things to take care of...
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  1. Jun 15, 2012
    75
    Dead Hungry Diner is a pretty good indie game, despite the very simple main concept. In fifty levels you won't get bored one single time. With just an endless amount of minor additions that you get while playing through te game, Dead Hungry Diner strikes the right chord.
  2. Jun 27, 2012
    70
    Its ambitions may be modest, but there's no doubt that Dead Hungry Diner succeeds in delivering an intelligent and entertaining experience that's worth of your attention.
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  1. Jun 22, 2012
    9
    Zombies are an almost obligatory inclusion for games released these days but Dead Hungry Diner from Black Market Games does things a littleZombies are an almost obligatory inclusion for games released these days but Dead Hungry Diner from Black Market Games does things a little differently. Instead of slaying the unrelenting undead, you have to feed them instead. This unenviable task falls into the hands of Gabriel & Gabriella, orphaned twins from the village of Ravenwood. With your help these two have to keep the zombies (and other creatures of the night) fed to prevent them from snacking on the good people of Ravenwood.

    Dead Hungry Diner is a fantastic game and definitely one of the best I have played in the casual genre. Having three stars to aim for per level provides a challenge for both newcomers and veterans. Attaining one star should be within reach of anyone but for that lucrative third star, you had better be busting out some mean combos and seating your customers like a pro. It might not last for much longer than five hours (if you are good) but that is five hours of solid gameplay with no filler.
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