BurgerLand is a remake of the game called "BurgerTime" released by Bally/Midway and Data East in 1982 (for the coin-op versions).
The object of the game is for "Peter Pepper" the chef to assemble several giant burgers without colliding with any pursuing hot dogs, eggs or pickles.
Peter Pepper has to climb up ladders and walk across ramps to get to each of the burger fixings which include buns, beef patties, lettuce leaves and sometimes tomato slices and cheese slices. Armed with pepper he can throw on his enemies, he must avoid Mr. Hotdog, Mr. Egg, and Mr. Pickle.
Bonuses appear in the forms of coffee and french fries.
Classic theme (OpenGL)
Classic theme without background (OpenGL)
RetroRemakes theme (Software driver)
Here are the features of the game:
OpenGL enhanced graphics and animations (optional)
2 different themes : classic version and enhanced RetroRemakes version
Ultra smooth animations (burger parts bending and enemies)
Demoniac enemies AI
Support for both keyboard and joystick controls
Play the game either in a window or fullscreen
Support for a red/cyan glasses anaglyph mode
BurgerLand is Freeware. The minimal configuration needed to run the game is a Windows based PC (98/Me/XP/2k) with 128 Mb RAM. It is recommended to have an OpenGL hardware accelerated compatible graphics card (but the game works fine without). Click on the link below to download the game:
Download Burgerland (4.4 Mb)