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Cover art of the Macintosh/Windows retail edition.
|PlayFirst, Glu Mobile, Zoo Games|
|Strategy, Action, Casual|
|CD, Digital Download, Game Card (NDS)|
|BlackBerry, iOS, macOS, Mobile phone, Nintendo DS and Microsoft Windows|
|North American Release Date(s)|
September 4, 2007
September 26, 2007
June 30, 2008
January 27, 2009
August 12, 2009
November 13, 2009
|Awards | Changelog | Cheats | Codes | Codex |
Compatibility | Covers | Credits | DLC | Help
Localization | Manifest | Modding | Patches
Ratings | Reviews | Screenshots | Soundtrack
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The player plays as Quinn, a hopeful wedding planner. In every level the player assists the couple in selecting all the details such as the food, the honeymoon etc. Once the couple has taken their vows, the player has to look out for obstacles that can wreck their perfect wedding party. There are two modes in this game, similar to Diner Dash: "Career Mode" and "Endless Reception". In Career Mode, the player must pay attention to their clients' wishes (the bride and groom) for the food, honeymoon destination, flowers and cake. The wedding planner (Quinn) must also prevent the bride and groom from seeing any of the disasters that could or are happening at the wedding. In the Endless Reception mode, the player can make the reception last as long as possible without the bride getting angry and turning into a bridezilla. Once the bride turns into bridezilla, the game ends.
Sequels[edit | edit source]
Wedding Dash 2: Rings Around the World[edit | edit source]
In this sequel, there are some changes from the original. The player alternates between Quinn, the wedding planner and Joe the photographer. Besides having to keep the bride and groom from seeing any of the disasters that could or are happening at the wedding, the player must also have the photographer take pictures of the guests as well. In the "Endless Reception" mode, the player must make the wedding last as long as possible before the groom gets angry and turns into Groom Kong. Once the groom turns into Groom Kong, the game is over.
In this sequel to Wedding Dash, Quinn is invited by Mr. Bigger, the owner of hotel chains around the world to participate in a competition to see who is the best wedding planner, so that he or she will plan Mr. Bigger's daughter's wedding. In this game, we go to 5 scenic locations around the world. The 5 locations are the Niagara Falls, the Amazon Rainforest, the Arabian Desert, an ice resort in Finland, and the royal resort in Thailand. Quinn finds out one of the competitors is cheating and that her photographer, Joe has fallen in love with Mr. Big's daughter.
Wedding Dash: Ready, Aim, Love![edit | edit source]
In this Wedding Dash, drawings have changed a small bit, and now you have a budget to stick to when choosing decor and cakes! In this game, Cupid has several people to shoot before the end of the year or he's out of the job. Along with this, Quinn decides to help Cupid in order for him to shoot Joe, the photographer, so he'll propose and Quinn can finally begin planning her OWN wedding! At the end of the first ten levels, Cupid reveals that he's been trying to shoot Flo for months. But at the end of 4th level Quinn gets sneaky and rejects Joe although she still loves him. The game ends with Flo falling in love with a Ham!
Wedding Dash: 4-Ever[edit | edit source]
With the wedding between Joe and Quinn off, Quinn is planning the next reception when her mother stops by. She doesn't know that the wedding has been called off, and plans to help Quinn with her wedding. Can Quinn break the news to her?
In this game, you'll also get to help with the seating at the Wedding Ceremony, and lead the after-reception conga line! You'll also have to help the newlyweds find things they've misplaced, and in return they will give you a small token of their gratitude: a wedding present.
Wedding Dash: Bash[edit | edit source]
Wedding Dash Bash is now available for play in Facebook. It is already in Beta stage. This is the first PlayFirst game that was made in Facebook.