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WindowsGame Vortex (May 31, 2007)
So is Burger Island fun? Definitely. I must admit that it was rather frazzling when I started the game on Medium difficulty, so I backed it down to Easy initially. If you are thinking you have played Cake Mania and can jump right into Burger Island and whip its tail, you might not be correct. It takes a little time and adjusting to get into the groove, so don't give up. Just try it on an easier setting until you get the hang of it. Do yourself a favor and go download the demo. Chances are, you'll end up picking up the full game and for around $20, you can't beat it.
WindowsCasual Review (May 15, 2007)
Burger Island really is a charming and fun cooking game, plain and simple. The art is sweetly cartoonish, but what really gets to you is the audio: a soundtrack of groovy surf music and the drool-inducing sound effects of burgers sizzling and sauces splashing. All that’s missing is the Smell-O-Vision…but maybe eGames will save that for the sequel!
WindowsAdventurespiele (Nov 25, 2009)
In "Burger Island" sind Reaktionsvermögen, Merkfähigkeit und Schnelligkeit gefragt. Irgendwann lässt die Konzentration nach. Daher ist "Burger Island" ein echtes Gelegenheitsspiel, welches man immer wieder zwischendurch hervorholen kann. Wenn man den Ehrgeiz besitzt alle Rezepte bis zur Perfektion zu zubereiten, hat man mit diesem Casual-Game ein sehr langes Spielvergnügen. Die witzige Comic-Grafik und die lustigen Zwischensequenzen sorgen für Spaß bei der "Arbeit", zumal Patty niemals ihre gute Laune verliert.
WindowsGameZebo (May 12, 2008)
Hungry for excitement and adventure? Dig into Burger Island, the coolest electronic exercise in slinging food to unruly patrons we've spied in several weeks. Despite the frantic pace at which the game unfolds, and the inevitable onset of repetition, it's a surprisingly polished and gratifying experience that's sure to satisfy any craving for spastic, arcade-style fun.