History VideoGame / BurgerTime

29th Mar '17 11:05:28 AM Superjustinbros
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* NoPlotNoProblem: There doesn't seem to be any motivation for Peter at all here other than building hamburgers and ice cream as quickly as possible.

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* NoPlotNoProblem: NoPlotNoProblem:
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There doesn't seem to be any motivation for Peter at all here other than building hamburgers and ice cream as quickly as possible.possible.
** Averted (again) by some sequels which give the chef an ultimate goal, such as stomping a competing store that are sending it's minis to sabotage Peter Pepper.
29th Mar '17 11:03:36 AM Superjustinbros
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** ''Ice Cream Factory'' ads Mr. Milk, Mr. Donut, and Mr. Strawberry.

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** ''Ice Cream Factory'' ads Mr. Milk, Mr. Donut, Donut (who returns in the UsefulNotes/GameBoy ''Burger Time'' as a giant), and Mr. Strawberry.
29th Mar '17 11:02:25 AM Superjustinbros
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29th Mar '17 11:01:50 AM Superjustinbros
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Data East released two obscure follow-ups for arcades. ''Peter Pepper's Ice Cream Factory'', released in 1984, took away Peter's pepper shaker but let him crush enemies with scoops of ice cream before throwing them onto cones; it was rarely seen until it appeared with the original game on the CompilationRerelease ''Data East Arcade Classics''. ''Super Burger Time'', released in 1990, remixed the formula by introducing a much younger protagonist, even bigger levels of different sizes, new enemies that could now be combined with the burgers, and {{Boss Battle}}s.

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Data East released two obscure follow-ups for arcades. ''Peter Pepper's Ice Cream Factory'', released in 1984, took away Peter's pepper shaker but let him crush enemies with scoops of ice cream before throwing them onto cones; it was rarely seen until it appeared with the original game on the CompilationRerelease ''Data East Arcade Classics''. ''Super Burger Time'', released in 1990, remixed the formula by introducing a much younger protagonist, even bigger levels levels, burgers of different sizes, new enemies that could now be combined with the burgers, and {{Boss Battle}}s.
29th Mar '17 10:59:06 AM Superjustinbros
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* NintendoHard: The original duo of arcade games accelerated in difficulty pretty quickly, with ''Ice Cream Factory'' requiring immense skill, mastery of it's confusing control scheme,and reflexes just to pass the first level.
29th Mar '17 10:55:51 AM Superjustinbros
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Data East released two obscure follow-ups for arcades. ''Peter Pepper's Ice Cream Factory'', released in 1984, took away Peter's pepper shaker but let him crush enemies with scoops of ice cream before throwing them onto cones; it was rarely seen until it appeared with the original game on the CompilationRerelease ''Data East Arcade Classics''. ''Super Burger Time'', released in 1990, had 16-bit quality graphics and some new gameplay elements like {{Boss Battle}}s.

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Data East released two obscure follow-ups for arcades. ''Peter Pepper's Ice Cream Factory'', released in 1984, took away Peter's pepper shaker but let him crush enemies with scoops of ice cream before throwing them onto cones; it was rarely seen until it appeared with the original game on the CompilationRerelease ''Data East Arcade Classics''. ''Super Burger Time'', released in 1990, had 16-bit quality graphics remixed the formula by introducing a much younger protagonist, even bigger levels of different sizes, new enemies that could now be combined with the burgers, and some new gameplay elements like {{Boss Battle}}s.



* AnthropomorphicFood: Mr. Hot dog, Mr. Pickle, and Mr. Egg are in hot pursuit. The sequel retained Mr. Hot Dog and added Cheap Cherry, Bad Banana, and Mugsy the Mug o' Root Beer.

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* AnthropomorphicFood: ActionizedSequel: ''Ice Cream Factory'' is notably more faster paced and gives Peter Pepper the ability to jump and do flips off the edge of the screen.
* AnthropomorphicFood:
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Mr. Hot dog, Mr. Pickle, and Mr. Egg are in hot pursuit. pursuit in the original.
** ''Ice Cream Factory'' ads Mr. Milk, Mr. Donut, and Mr. Strawberry.
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The sequel retained Mr. Hot Dog and added Cheap Cherry, Bad Banana, and Mugsy the Mug o' Root Beer.



* EndlessGame: As with most Golden Age arcade games, ''Burger Time'' just keeps looping through the same stages, and the enemies eventually get ''ridiculously'' fast.

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* EndlessGame: As with most Golden Age arcade games, ''Burger Time'' just keeps looping through the same stages, and the enemies eventually get ''ridiculously'' fast. Also played straight with ''Ice Cream Factory'', but averted with certain sequels/remakes.



* NoPlotNoProblem: There doesn't seem to be any motivation for Peter at all here other than building hamburgers as quickly as possible.

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* NoPlotNoProblem: There doesn't seem to be any motivation for Peter at all here other than building hamburgers and ice cream as quickly as possible.



* PowerUpFood: Somehow this replenishes pepper supply.

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* PowerUpFood: Somehow this Grabbing collectable food that appears (mysteriously) replenishes pepper supply.Peter's Pepper count by 1 or stuns enemies in the original game and ''Ice Cream Factory'' respectively.
9th Mar '17 12:20:24 PM Allronix
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* PepperSneeze: When a mook is hit with pepper, it's temporarily stunned, presumably due to a sneezing fit.
16th Feb '17 10:24:17 PM bt8257
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Peter Pepper is chased by food enemies; besides using his legs, he can fire his pepper shaker at them to briefly stop them in their tracks (pepper supply is limited, but you can replenish it by grabbing prizes like ice cream cones and ketchup bottles). If an enemy is atop an ingredient when it falls, it will fall farther; enemies can also be squashed between falling burger parts.

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Peter Pepper is chased by food enemies; besides using his legs, he can fire his pepper shaker at them to briefly stop them in their tracks (pepper supply is limited, but you can replenish it by grabbing prizes like ice cream cones and ketchup bottles). If an enemy is atop an ingredient when it falls, it will fall farther; enemies can also be squashed between falling burger parts.
25th Nov '16 4:25:24 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* AnthropomorphicFood: Mr. Hot dog, Mr. Pickle, and Mr. Egg are in hot pursuit.

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* {{Acrofatic}}: Pete can move pretty fast for a fat guy, although he slims down in the home versions.
* AnthropomorphicFood: Mr. Hot dog, Mr. Pickle, and Mr. Egg are in hot pursuit. The sequel retained Mr. Hot Dog and added Cheap Cherry, Bad Banana, and Mugsy the Mug o' Root Beer.


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* NoPlotNoProblem: There doesn't seem to be any motivation for Peter at all here other than building hamburgers as quickly as possible.
24th Aug '16 5:33:06 AM LadyJaneGrey
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Peter Pepper is chased by food enemies; besides using his legs, he can fire his pepper shaker at them to briefly stop them in their tracks (pepper supply is limited). If an enemy is atop an ingredient when it falls, it will fall farther; enemies can also be squashed between falling burger parts.

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Peter Pepper is chased by food enemies; besides using his legs, he can fire his pepper shaker at them to briefly stop them in their tracks (pepper supply is limited).limited, but you can replenish it by grabbing prizes like ice cream cones and ketchup bottles). If an enemy is atop an ingredient when it falls, it will fall farther; enemies can also be squashed between falling burger parts.
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