Casual game sequels tend to look and play similar to its predecessors, but PlayFirst's Wedding Dash 2 takes the cake, if you can pardon the pun. Despite a few minor additions, this game is virtually identical to the original. To some time management fans this will be just fine, but to others, including yours truly, there is little here to justify the cost. Yes, it's fun and frantic and hard to put down, just like the first Wedding Dash, but those expecting more might decline the invitation to this affair. Think I'm harsh? Download the playable demo to see for yourself and post your comments at the bottom of this review.
Quinn, a bridesmaid-turned-wedding planner extraordinaire, is approached by a brash billionaire at the start of Wedding Dash 2: Rings Around the World, who says he's been following her success and invites her to compete against other wedding planners in a new reality TV-style contest to see who's best. The winner will have the honor to plan his daughter's exclusive wedding.