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Like all the other reviews, I’d have to agree with the complaint of having to start over each time and the amount of ads placed in the game. Every time the screen wants to change you basically have to watch another ad. I played Burger Time as well, and I don’t remember it being this difficult. It makes you not want to play once you get pass the excitement of being able to play a game you once enjoyed when you were younger. This is due to the fact that you can’t get pass level one because of how often you have to restart! There is no continuing where you left often unless you watch videos or use your cheese which isn’t an option every single time.
This game should be titled ‘The Ultimate Crime’ because it should be a crime for the amount of ads you must endure over the course of game play. In all the years I’ve played games on the iPhone, this one takes the cake in terms of how many ads you’re forced to watch. You shouldn’t be interrupted each time you die by ads. Either the developer is desperate for ad revenue based on the other subpar games they offer or they just like for players to suffer. The common complaint also seems to be that unlike Burger Time you have to start over on the level if you die rather than where you left off at. There is the occasional time where the game will give you the option to watch a video ad or sometimes use the cheese you collect in the game to start where you left off at. But again, give players the option each time or just always allow one to start where they left off like in the original game. For now I’m deleting this app because it’s just plain frustrating.
Arcade type games are supposed to be challenging, but fun in the process while giving the player the reward of making it to the next level after figuring out how to make that happen. Making it the next level on this game is ridiculously difficult. In addition to that the “Video Rewards” don’t work. To me it makes this an App unfinished. I mean if you are going to make a game that is this hard to play then at least enable the Video Rewards so the player has some chance of continuing gameplay. Being stuck on level one after a time loses its luster and makes the player want to delete the App. C’mon man!
I got this game because it reminded me of a childhood video game I enjoyed very much. I literally just downloaded it yesterday & it opened ok the first few times but then started crashing. Then I tried opening the game through the App Store & that worked one or two times, but now even that isn’t opening the game. I’ve contacted the developer, nimblechaps & am waiting for a return email. I agree with op about having to your cheese because of all of the crashes. It’s frustrating because I just want play the game!
I won’t play much due to the amount of money to shell out to keep playing. I die and want to keep going but I have to keep buying lives. Nothing like turning your personal phone into a paid arcade. Let me buy the game and then give me unlimited opportunity to play. Sell me cheese if you must but give me other chances to win cheese. And I’m the adult with the credit card in the fam. No way my kid gets to play. I could play for hours if I didn’t die and have to wait 20 minutes to accumulate lives. I have no idea why games think I should quit playing their game....or pay them...$1 a time for only 5 lives!
Developed by the Nimble Chapps,
who have also released the following apps Ultimate Burger .
Ultimate Burger has 672 user reviews.
Ultimate Burger has an average rating of 3.1.
The latest version of Ultimate Burger (1.6) was released on Jul 16, 2019.
You can download Ultimate Burger here:.
The chubby little chef has arrived to serve you delicious burgers with the aid of Nimblechapps. But there is a catch here. There are a few enemies here trying to stop him from serving you these mouth-watering burgers, are you going to let that happen? The chef needs a kitchen
hand to help him make as many burgers as possible. Come, join the quest and help him make the burgers.
The objective of the Ultimate Burger game is to help a chubby little chef run up, down, and across floors in order to create a burger, while it’s still being chased by the enemies like red chilli, bird, fork, and rat. These enemies can be dodged away or crushed by a falling ingredient. You can also manipulate them towards an ingredient and cause it to fall on them.
In order to achieve a higher score, you must lure more than one enemy to an ingredient before dropping it on them. The movements of all the enemies are different. While the Chilli will move slowly, the Bird will have a fast movement. The Fork will move vertically, while the rat will move from left to right.
To defeat the enemies and get through these levels, there are a few power-ups at the offer. You can buy extra lives, get sneakers to run faster, freeze all your enemies, pause enemies using a pepper spray. You can also slow down the enemies using time travel or be invisible by using a cap. Apart from these collectibles, there are in-app purchases as well.
This Ultimate Burger game consists of 10 levels, where only the first level is unlocked, and you will have to unlock the rest. Different levels come with a different number of burgers to be put together with difficulty increasing at every level. This will make it difficult for the chef to reach for all the ingredients. Once the chef prepares the burgers in all the levels, you are taken back to the first level.
Have fun stacking up the burgers!
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