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Burger Queen Review

By Andrew Nesvadba, on September 15, 2010


Burger Queen
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PROS

  • Simple fast-food management gameplay.
  • 'Tray' system to save up time consuming meals.
  • Easy difficulty progression.

CONS

  • Achievements not tied to a social platform.

VERDICT

Burger Queen is a standard fast-food management game with a neat twist to help keep things on the move while still throwing a few curve balls in to the mix.


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I'm sure there's no way that 'Burger Queen' is trying to reference anything other than the fact that the daughter of a man who owns a large fast-food chain is now taking control of the company, a 'queen of the burgers' if you will. Yeah, I'm sure that's what Crecat Soft meant.

If the App Store icon didn't give it away, this is a management style game of the fast-food variety and you'll need to ensure that all of your customers are served in a timely manner to make ridiculous amounts of cash for your company. Eventually you will be able to create various burgers, several beverages, fries and even desserts, all of which take time to prepare, so players will need to take advantage of the 'serving tray' system, allowing you to bank up prepped meals to keep ahead of the curve.

The visuals are cute and clean, with each customer generally sticking to a set variety of meals that make it easy to keep things organized. The serving tray system also reduces a lot of the stress in dealing with multiple customers, but it also makes things a lot easier than intended as food left in the tray at the end of the day doesn't count against your score so feel free to over-stock like crazy.

As management games go, Burger Queen doesn't try to break the mold, but its smooth difficulty curve and 'serving tray' system make this a fun and easy title to enjoy.

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