IBM Personal Computer Burgertime 1982

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IBM PC BURGERTIME 1982. From Mattel's Video Game Catalog, "Finally owners of IBM and Apple personal computers can have a little fun. With a new line of entertainment software, Mattel Electronics becomes one of the first video game manufacturer to make software that's compatible with the IBM Personal Computer and the Apple II, Apple II E and II Plus. So you can turn your IBM or Apple computer into an advanced video entertainment system. With fast-paced action, super quality graphics and realistic game play. Our most popular games are now available. Including BurgerTime, the sensational arcade game."

The IBM version came on a 5 1/4 floppy and weighed 18KB It had CGA graphics (red, blue, white, black) and PC sound.

Title Burger Time
Developer Mattel Electronics
Publisher Data East
Year 1982
Genre Arcade
Requirements Dos
Note : Vector Correction

Packed size 18.4 kb
Files 1
Size 34.4 kb

Download the game here. Other IBM PC emulator sites are at

From the History of Media Technology
"The IBM PC model 5150 was announced at a press conference in New York on August 12, 1981 and became available for purchase in early Fall 1981. This is the computer that as manufactured by IBM and in clone form became the defacto standard for business use for the remainder of the decade and beyond. The base model retailed for $2880 and included 64 kilobytes of RAM and a single-sided 160K 5.25" floppy drive. Adding a hard drive or increasing the memory could drive the price up considerably. The IBM PC was powered by a 4.77 MHz Intel 8088 processor."

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