Reviews by MrCookieCrisps

Pet Shop Hop Icon
Does work on 10.13 High Sierra
by MrCookieCrisps, - Feb 18th 2019

Got in the mood for the classic 'Dash' series (Diner Dash, Shop Hop series, etc,) and decided to try all of the demos even if some say they're not supported by 10.13+ anymore.

The first two games I tried unsurprisingly froze my Mac, but when I tried this game, it ran very well, with a few, minor graphical bugs; game cursor + Mac cursor overlayed to each other and a quick resolution glitch when starting the game. Neither were or are game breaking, so for any 10.13 High Sierra users out there, this game is still playable and enoyable if you like these types of games.

Wouldn't recommend anything over 10.6 Snow Leopard (besides 10.3) unless another user says the coast is clear on other 10.7+ versions :)

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Dress Shop Hop Icon
Game does not work on 10.12 High Sierra
by MrCookieCrisps, - Feb 18th 2019

Was going through all of the 'Dash' games (Diner Dash, Cooking Dash, etc,.) And saw a lot were bugged due to new Mac OSX updates. Decided to demo the ones that say are still compatible and see how they do.

While some games may have non, game breaking flickering, this one totally just freezes my Mac in a 800x600 white screen. Had to hard lock my Mac to get out of it.

Recommended to use 10.11 El Capitan - 10.5 for this game.

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Cooking Dash - DinerTown Studios Icon
Does work on 10.13 High Sierra
by MrCookieCrisps, - Feb 18th 2019

Just like Pet Shop Hop, this game, too, can still be played (at least on a High Sierra Mac) even with no compatiblity support.

Gameplay wise: More of the same of the first Cooking Dash, with a couple new mechanics/designs. If you liked the first one, you'll like this as a part 2.

I'd recommend this for 10.13 High Sierra owners, but nothing above 10.9 Mavericks to be safe.

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Soap Opera Dash Icon
Broken, but not unplayable for High Sierra
by MrCookieCrisps, - Feb 18th 2019

Granted, the store page says this game is only supported by 10.5 (Leopard) to 10.8 Mountain Lion. If you can deal with strange flickering moment (only happened to me once,) the resolution staying in a 800x600 full screen window, game crashing when you try to go into windowed mode, and Mac/game cursor overlapping or adding a line of dots below them, this game is still very solid, as it's much more challenging than the other 'Dash' games.

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