Great Burger Cooking Games
Burger Bustle is an interesting game that belongs to the Time Management genre, and will keep you amused for a long time. You will assume responsibility for a bistro and quickly serve some tasty food to all your customers so that they keep on coming back. You can earn some great rewards and unlock some incredibly useful upgrades in the game that will all help you to work more effectively. You will have to make sure that you’re always ahead of all your customers if you want to maintain the pace of the game.
In Burger Shop 2, you have to re-establish your own restaurant empire by using good Time Management skills, as well as adding more twists to all your own menus to lure in some additional customers, whilst you discover the real truth about what actually happened to your first chain of restaurants
Flipping burgers isn’t a pretty task, but boy can flash making it entertaining. Take and make your customer’s orders to earn notoriety and tips for various functional upgrades in another incredible offering from the Papa’s series of games
Papa Louie is back with yet another time-management simulation based around a specific foodstuff: this time, the humble taco gets the Papa’s work-over, delivering yet another meaty portion of entertainment that has been so indicative of Flipline Studios’ series of restaurant-based games.
I am rarely as impressed about pizzas that I cannot physically eat in real life as I was with those in Papa’s Pizzeria. Create the orders of your customers from scratch by managing your time and baking, slicing, and sprinkling your way to record tips.
“Those wings don’t have enough BBQ sauce on them” is something a customer should never be saying to you if you’re doing your job sufficiently well in Papa’s Wingeria. This time management game issues you with the responsibility of running an eatery that serves chicken wings, and their preparation, assembly, and serving to the customer is your priority. In Papa’s Wingeria, you are the restaurant.
Before discovering the Sara’s Cooking Class games, my view on food-based games in general was rather dim. I mean, why would I turn to a food-based flash game to satisfy a real-world hunger? It just didn’t make sense to me, and I went about my life cobbling together real food for my actual hunger whilst my flash-based famine of food games continued. My intrigue was too great to manage, however, and after sniffing about SpilGames’ offerings for quite some time, I folded like cheap, low-budget paper and started with Sara’s Cooking Class: Berry Cheese Cake; one berry cheese cake later, and my view had performed a one-eighty. These were more than just shallow cooking games: they were actual, interactive recipes. This application to real-life cooking now meant that the flash-based Sara’s Cooking Class games could now be of actual worth in satiating my real-life hunger. Needless to say, my hunger prevailed and I’ve been sautéing with Sara ever since (in the culinary sense of course; no funny business).
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