Cinaberry was kind enough to answer a few questions for me after winning the Dairy Dash Challenge.What is the 1st TM game you played?
a. The first TM game I played was Diner Dash- Flo on the Go
What's your favorite TM Game?
a. My favorite TM game is Dairy Dash
Other than a current challenge game what TM game did you enjoy the least?
a. Gosh, I didn't know this question would be so difficult. I like all TM games, but I guess if I have to pick a least favorite it would be Parking Dash.What other types of games do you like?
a. I definitely do not enjoy HOGs though I will play them if there is nothing else available. I do enjoy some strategy and role-playing games, but I mostly stick to TM games.
When chaining in Dairy Dash what order do you take things to the barn? Does it make a difference?
a. I don't think it matters what order things go to the barn but I always start with the products the characters are closest to. In my mind, I figure that was the fastest way. lol
Is chaining more important than happiness level?
a. While happiness level is always important, I do think chaining is more important. In Dairy Dash I often found myselfsacrificing an animals happiness in order to make a longer chain.What tips do you have for playing TM games?
a. The thing I focus the most on in TM games is finding the pattern in each level--whether it be when customers arrive or when animals wake up or when babies need a diaper change. I play the level over and over until I figure out the best pattern possible (or at least one that is good enough for me because I'm sure there is always a better one) that will maximize points. I'm not sure if that makes sense to anyone else or if that is just the way my brain works.
My only other tip is to color match and chain as much as possible and never give up!
What features (color matching, swapping, etc.) do you like most in TM games?
a. I enjoy the color matching and swapping of TM games but for me the pull of TM games is the fast-paced nature of them; the whole idea of beating the clock.