30 years old (as of 2012), a bony resolution of 240 x 240 pixels as well as a proof of the golden era of the then so popular arcade games. After the game was released for the new market in 1982 by the developer Data East, no one foresaw that Burger Time would appear, among other things, for the Playstation 2, as well as for different phone models. Instead of a four-way joystick with a fire button, the arrow keys and the spacebar are more than enough for you to survive. In particular, the space bar will be interesting for you, if Mr. Hot Dog, Mr. Egg or Mr. Pickler set out to hunt you. With this button, you can sprinkle pepper on these evil contemporaries in Burger Time. This will make them be paralyzed, so you can just run past them without any injuries to you. For the entire duration of the game, you only have five units of pepper! Your main task is the creation of burgers, each consisting of two buns, a lettuce leaf as well as a piece of meat. Unfortunately, the respective ingredients are spread out over several floors, which make the climbing ladders required. Stay away from your opponents and walk across the single ingredient. Thus, you push it to the floor below. At the end, the burgers are ready so you can call: Burger Timer! Always make sure not to touch any of your opponents. Every touch is deadly and pulls a life from you. If you push one of the ingredients down while one of your opponents is underneath, you can crush him and cash in extra points. There are 100 extra points for each opponent hit, for each finished burgers you receive 500 points in this game. As an avid burger griller with the apt name Peter Pepper, tackling the increasing difficult levels should not cause you any major problems. If you want to know how many points have been added to your account so far, you just have to look at the top of the playing field.