Wedding Dash 2: Rings Around the World
“Wedding Dash 2: Rings around the World” is the second edition of the Wedding Dash series. Once again, you’ll be representing Quinn, a young famous wedding planner who is taking care of a wedding just when a helicopter drop in uninvited. Mr. Bigger, get off the chopper and place an offer she can refuse: join in to compete with other four wedding planners in a TV-show, organizing luxurious weddings worldwide. The winner gets to plan Mr. Bigger’s daughter. The first wedding to plan is at Niagara, so you’ll be flying within the next three hours!
As the previous edition, Wedding Dash is a fun game which, with all the aesthetics of a comic, will make you experience the greatest distress, including decisions and even some disasters that may occur in a wedding planned in a rush. Quinn will need your help to meet the guests, plan locations, select the catering and organize the reception for all to work out as her friend has dreamt. But in this tour you will also have to avoid some disasters, keeping up to the guests expectations, calming some weeping aunt, stopping the fights of the bridesmaids, putting out fires in the chef's table and many other fun situations, but that can ruin the whole party!
The whole game is framed around the wedding party, but there are available two different game instances: Career Mode and Endless Reception Mode. In the first, you can make a practice of the event and will include tutorials, in the comic-style dialogues, which will guide you in your task.
In the Endless Reception Mode you have to act like a real wedding planner and confront the challenges of the real party, you'll see that this is where the game is really demanding and will test your speed, coordination and strategy skills to meet the demands and get points. As you lower your performance, guests will be angry and you will lose your points quickly. While it's a simple game in terms of aesthetics, the whole environment is very pleasant and enjoyable.
Although the tasks are somewhat routinely, the speed it requires makes the challenge anyway interesting. Another advantage we can mention is that it includes aid for you to get familiar with the entire game before you play. On the other hand, one disadvantage to mention is that you cannot choose the level from which you want to start but you have to start from scratch every time you play.
You can try this game for 60 minutes before you buy the licensed version. If you like it, you can buy this game for only 19.95 dollars, right from the Oberon Media Game Center, on the Web.
About system requirements, here’s a list for you to check out:
- Windows Vista, XP
- Pentium IV 1.2 GHz processor or faster
- 256 MB RAM
- 800x600 minimum screen resolution
- Sound card recommended
- 18 MB available hard drive space
- Easy to learn how to play the game using the help
- Affordable price
- Very entertaining game
- Only available in English
- It’s not a multiplayer game
- Use on network is not supported