This is a quick list of all the ephemera the church found while researching the history of the game that is burgertime. We make absolutely zero claims about whether these ROMs, Emulators or Apps work and won't screw up your machine. We suggest doing some research on your own to verify them before you install anything. If any link is broken (as links become in internet time), please send us mail.
Sandwich, (Salada). A new upright arcade clone of Burgertime. Someone sent me this flier in the mail.
One of many, many MAME emulator sites for the Windows OS
MESS: The Multi Emulator Super System is a free emulator which emulates a large variety of different systems.
HP49 Burgertime Emulator. Wow. Burgertime on an old HP Calculator. Original version by AXL
HP49 version and HP39/40 version. Get the emulator at
The ZX Spectrum by Sinclair was one of the most successful British computers ever made. It had a 3.54 MHz Zilog Z80A CPU
and 16K / 48K RAM and 256 x 192 pixel resolution with 8 colours. And it Had Mr. Wimpy! The ROM can be found at http://www.users.zetnet.co.uk/atari_shack/emul8.htm or here and emulators can be found at http://www.darkmazda.com/emu/spectrum/. An excellent site about the ZX Sinclair is at http://www.nvg.ntnu.no/sinclair/. Thanks to Hitman at Retro-Remakes. More links are in our Guest Book.
MAC ATTACK (Bytebusters 1986), Produced in license by Eaglesoft
This game takes place at Freddy's Fastfood Counter and can be found in MSX-games .ROM, .DSK and BLOADable- Format at http://www.geocities.com/EnchantedForest/Dell/4898/games.html
Mac Meat Gone bad
MAC VERSION: Bad meat. Arcade throwback to shoot-em-ups of yesteryear serves up some simple, frantic fun by combining the gameplay of 'Space Invaders' with the look-and-feel of a bad-ass 'Burger Time': combat spoiled steaks, T-bones, meatballs, and germ-flingin' hot-dogs the old-fashioned way -- douse 'em in mustard!
MAC VERSION: Yes, there is a Mac Version of the Multi Arcade Emulator and you can get it at one of these web sites.
Linux and other versions: BurgerSpace
Burger Time Warp - looks cool. http://www.cdworld.co.uk/craig/bt.html
MAME Bootleg called Cook Race:
Arcade's Greatest Hits: The Midway Collection 2 (Windows 95) - Released 1997
The PC version of Burgertime in Bedrock - the Flintstones
Burgertime in Bedrock - the Flintstones version for Gameboy.
Burgertime in Bedrock - the Flintstones european version for Gameboy.
Pages that have a perspective on burgertime.
The church does not advocate any of these ideas in regards to burgertime, but we give them to you as you foment your faith.
Article on WILKINSBURG, Pa. shootings in 1982 attributable to burgertime http://www.whatever-dude.com/posts/120.shtml
pontifex maximus replies to this article: Uh, it was the EMF from the monitor. Duh.
Dave' Wavs. ftp and get some burgertime wavs.
Nokia ring tones for the game
A review that is particularly weird and looks cool. http://www.fossilweb.com/Nintendo/burgertime.htm
Tales of Hoffman. Hoffman plays video games and sometimes has psychotic episodes. http://www.leisuresuit.net/Webzine/articles/hoffman_34.shtml
Classic Games Ads. We like this site.
Joust God and J.D. Lowe discussing high scores.
A Joe Ellis Review of burgertime on ClassicGaming.com
Another great review, Scott Patrick. http://www.geocities.com/arcadeclassics.geo/BurgerTime.html
Old School Beat Issue 1 review of burgertime http://www.krofunk.com/burger.htm
Translate or read this. http://mamefans.metropoliglobal.com/museo/burger.htm
The giant list of classic video arcade programmers. http://www.dadgum.com/giantlist/index.html
Some discussion about how scary burgertime can be http://www.classicgaming.com/mailbag/mail100.shtml