The Restaurant Game

The Restaurant Game 1.8

Take command of a restauarant

The Restaurant Game is a nice, free Windows game, that belongs to the category PC games with subcategory Strategy (more specifically Real Time Strategy). With The Restaurant Game, you'll definitely have to make use of creative strategies to boost your chances of winning View full description

The Restaurant Game is a nice, free Windows game, that belongs to the category PC games with subcategory Strategy (more specifically Real Time Strategy). With The Restaurant Game, you'll definitely have to make use of creative strategies to boost your chances of winning

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The Restaurant Game is a slick game that needs less space than the average game in the section PC games. It's a game often downloaded in countries such as Austria, Philippines and United Kingdom.Since we added this game to our catalog in 2007, it has obtained 25,439 downloads, and last week it achieved 4 downloads.This game is available for users with the operating system Windows 2000 and former versions, and it is available in English. Its current version is 1.8 and was updated on 3/19/2007.

The Restaurant Game is a restaurant simulation where you play as a customer or waitress. This game is a research project at the MIT Media Lab that will algorithmically combine the gameplay experiences of thousands of players to create a new game.

The Restaurant Game

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The Restaurant Game 1.8

User reviews about The Restaurant Game

  • sigmund.bland

    by sigmund.bland

    "gr8 m8 i r8 8/8"

    its ok like th but giltchy. More.

    reviewed on September 21, 2014

  • adila.sone.elf

    by adila.sone.elf

    "Okay...."

    The installation process goes well, but I wasn't able to open the game. Although I already click once again, it was said... More.

    reviewed on July 9, 2013

  • darkmoonshadow

    by darkmoonshadow

    "WTF"

    I couldn't even play the game. It installed perfectly but when I clicked on the game itself it opened and then minimized... More.

    reviewed on July 11, 2007