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    MGL 28 - Game 7 ~ BurgerTime ~ [FINISHED]

    Peter Pepper Picked a Pickle

    MGL 28 Game 7 ~ Burger Time



    Nominated by gamers: bigredbird and RMacauley

    ROM: BTime (Data East Set 1)

    Game Story:
    The object of the game is for Peter Pepper to assemble four giant burgers without messing with any pursuing hot dogs, eggs or pickles who appear in later stages. Peter Pepper has to climb up ladders and walk across ramps to get to each of the burger ingredients which include buns, beef patties, lettuce leaves and sometimes tomato slices and cheese slices. Eat the yummy ice cream!

    Score Submissions:
    Please make a new post for each score you post, with your score as the first line of your post, along with a screen shot showing your score and initials.
    This game finishes Sunday 24 July 2016, 7pm Sydney time, Australia.

    Please make sure your settings are as above. No continues are allowed when submitting a score and must be played from the beginning of the game. No cheats allowed!

    GAME 7 ... Watch out for that evil egg!



    Final Results ...



    Congratulations to RMacauley for winning Game 7.



    Last edited by OOO; 24th July 2016 at 06:12 PM.

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    Oh crap. I have played this game a little but apparently RMacauley has played it a little too... thinking more about it though... this game will be just like all the others and I'll cop a floggin'

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    Once again I do like this game it's different and fun and I enjoyed it BITD......but it rewards those who learn patterns and play it EXACTLY the same each time....I don't want to play the exact same game again and again so I will just bumble about getting pickled

    Interestingly DKong had original cabs of both QBert and Burgertime, but like me I don't think he was interested in committing the patterns to memory.
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    It's a great game and another fine selection for this MGL but I'm a bit with Rat on pattern play. Nowadays with enough processing power if I was writing games, aside from the fact I don't have the skill, I'd place a pattern detection algorithm in and stuff up the pattern bots.

    But good luck to those who can grind out a huge pattern score anyway, nothing wrong with it for the game, the time and the way to play, just my view.

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    I'm with @Rat on this one. This is one of several games that got spoilt for me when I found out that pattern play was required for really big scores. I think I watched an INP after the last time we played it of someone's score from MARP, probably Rob's I'm guessing. No doubt there is skill involved, but I'd rather jam my testicles in a vice that do the patterns (and that's assuming I could do them anyway), looks very tedious to me. Each to their own I guess. Still don't mind this game, but I'm no chance of getting very far in this one.

    For the record, I think Q*Bert is patternable but there are still enough randomness about it - but I'm not 100% on this. Either way, with Q*Bert I haven't got around to looking at pattern play, I just adlib it which is probably why I can't marathon it....yet...

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    I have not had a game yet but I can hear the background music....


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    Quote Originally Posted by John73 View Post
    For the record, I think Q*Bert is patternable but there are still enough randomness about it - but I'm not 100% on this. Either way, with Q*Bert I haven't got around to looking at pattern play, I just adlib it which is probably why I can't marathon it....yet...
    I was going to ask this actually, I assumed QBert was patternable but really that is an uneducated guess, I will put this up for further discussion in the QBert thread as I am interested
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