Hard to play I love the Delicious Emily games and was very excited to play this new installment. I play my games on an S5 which has a fairly big screen. It would be very helpful if the screen of the game would fit the full screen like it does on Emilys honeymoon game otherwise it makes it very hard to select the different types of tea that my customers want cos it's too small to select. There also needs to be a difficulty select so that I can try to complete the game on hard after the normal level.
It's shorter than the more recent ones, but it was really great to be able to play through the beginning of the story — and of course the game itself is super-fun! …and some of the mouse-finding is very tricky…. The initial load time is SLOW, but the game is VERY stable and you can just leave it in memory and keep coming back to play more when the time is right.
Too expensive! I love the delicious games, but compared to the newer games, this is too short, too easy and has no challenges. Therefore far too expensive! If it was half the price it might be worth it.
Read the reviews or be disappointed. I saw the game and was happy to pay the £7.99 just purely cos I'm a fan. But I really wished I had read the reviews. The game is old and tired. Yes I know it is an old for pc game that has been updated but it was not worth the price tag. Only giving it 3 stars based on the other games I've played which have been great.
Why?! Why does the Posh Restaurant have to be so hard? I shouldn't be stuck on day 3 because too many people are coming in at once and exclusively ordering crepes which I can only make 2 at a time!
Waste of money I just paid 9.99 for this game and can't get past the name screen. It won't let me enter my name to even start the game. Please fix this!