Love Baking Life now try Diner Life

 

“Our restaurant game, Diner Life,  is increasing in value in a genre that has recently shown a decline, we are clearly doing something our users can connect with,” stated Noel Boland, CEO of PlayDemand Ltd. “Following EA’s decision to shut down their declining game Baking Life later this month, we have invited former players and other gamers who enjoy the restaurant themed genre to give our new look Diner Life game a try, and many are noticeably enjoying the experience.”

This success could be a result of the extensive modifications the PlayDemand team has made to Diner Life. New quests, immersive storylines and an improved tutorial have made the game more engaging and user friendly.

 In addition, user interest has been maintained via the regular introduction of exciting and unique features including fried dragon wings for Chinese New Year, anime-inspired hair for diner patrons and even a mob of dancing zombies! Users are encouraged to Play Diner Life to discover how to unlock these quirky features, and then share them with friends.

Diner Life has enjoyed substantial growth over the past few months, and PlayDemand aims to continue adding new fun and engaging elements, many of which have been requested by users in forums and short polls.

Play Diner Life at:

https://apps.facebook.com/dinerlifegame/

PlayDemand Ltd develops and publishes games for people to enjoy together on social and mobile networks. Fast growing company PlayDemand Ltd has already created several Facebook titles including Pub Life, Jewel Story and Bubble Raider. PlayDemand Ltd is based in Manchester, United Kingdom. For more information please contact press@playdemand.com.  


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