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The game is quite easy to find and is well worth the effort to do so. If you want to see how vintage arcade games were translated to a vintage system, this is the perfect example of a great port that maintains the arcade feel and the style of the home console. Just remember that a bit of time with Burgertime could mean some unpleasant dreams, the likes of which your psychiatrist, mother, girlfriend, and restaurateur would be ashamed.
Even though this game is a classic, the Atari 2600 version in particular hasn't aged well, and I, for the most part, don't understand what the big deal about this game ever was anyway. It's reasonably entertaining, certainly, but it's no Donkey Kong or Space Invaders in my opinion. Those of you who are fans of the game would do better to get a version of this game on a more powerful system, but this version has all of the core elements necessary to make the game fun.
Burger Time is a nice effort, but falls way short on the graphics. The basic arcade elements are present and the sound is good, but the blockyness makes it a tough version to love.
This has got to be the most unpleasant version of Burgertime I've ever played. I think I hate it. It's slowly paced, the controls stink, and the graphics are truly appalling.