Summary: when we first got this game, i rushed through and got all the recipes as soon as possible. i ended up with way too many things to juggle at once. the recipes would get cold as i try to finish them. i restarted the game, this time only buying a few recipes when i absolutely needed them. it was way easier like that and i was able to finish. hope this helps!
Summary: I bought this game a while ago, and it is very addicting. It starts off very slowly and quite easy but as you progress it gets quite difficult to fill all the order and not make any mistakes especially when some dishes have up to 10 ingredients, but overall I would recommend to anybody.
Summary: My wife and I have been teaming up to conquer this game together. We are about 25% through the game and it has been pretty competitive. Your job is to prepare various burgers, fries, and milk shakes for customers. You can have anywhere from 2-4 different orders depending on how fast you are. As time goes on, you unlock new recipes. This game is fun, fast paced, and cool for a "party" or just to play by yourself.
Best time management game ever, long-lasting appeal
19 October 2010
Summary: I actually bought this game twice. I bought it, beat it and traded it for another game. Then I bought it again - it's that good! I love time management games, and this one tops both Cake Mania and Diner Dash. It's a simple concept - running a restaurant - but it gets increasingly addictive as the amount of ingredients multiply in the higher levels. Good, clean fun - and definitely a game you can pick up again and again.
Summary: I have no idea why I love this game so much. Probably for the same reason I loved waitressing on a Friday night. Absolute chaos, but in my mind I had everything under control. I knew exactly what I needed to do and planned the shortest route to get everything accomplished. I find that rewarding. This is a brain game. You get into a groove, a train of thought, like a machine. Not everyone could do this game.
Good way to kill time, but not as great as Diner Dash or Cake Mania
Nadeen B. Beckett, Amazon
31 October 2009
Summary: I've liked this and it gets tough the further you go! But the graphics are pretty small so it makes it hard to see what you're doing. It also doesn't give you options to hop around to different levels. All in all I'd recommend it though!
Summary: Not sure about everyone else....but I'm on the easiest level and ..........whew!!!! It is definitely challenging! You have to make burgers as ordered (which is nice and easy at first) and as you progress, there are MORE burgers and ingredients added that have to be put on in a specific order or else your food is wasted and your customer leaves. And that isn't the end of it!!! Not only do you have to remember HAMBURGER recipes......
Summary: I got Burger Island from the recommendation on Amazon because I had purchased Diner Dash and Cake Mania 2. It's a little different from the other 2 games, you are actually making the food instead of serving. As stated before it does get a little difficult when more items are added to the recipe and some things are so close that you hit the wrong thing. (ex, when making fries you hit bacon when you want ketchup) I would watch out for that.