The LITTERÆ ECCLESIASTICÆ of church SISTER LAURA FOLK of the church of burgertime, MASSACHUSETTS PARISH.
Laura wrote the church early in the year 2002, (Y-20, CoB), regarding whether or not SuperNES, Nintendo 64 or PlayStation made a version of Burgertime because she wanted to introduce the game to her son Rand. Through her vigilant letters to the leaders of those WHO HOLD RIGHTS TO THE GAME she provided us with pertinent information regarding the game we so love. The game is available for Playstation on ARCADE'S
GREATEST HITS: THE MIDWAY COLLECTION 2. For her persistence and work, she has been knighted by pontifical decree with the title, SUPREME EPISOLæ CHEF PEPPERARIUS et QUæ
ALL WELCOME SISTER LAURA FOLK and her son RAND! Her correspondence follows.
ALL WELCOME SISTER LAURA FOLK and her son RAND!
Her correspondence follows.
Hello I was wondering if Super NES or Nintendo 64 made a "Burgertime"? I have the Atari version and just recently discovered that 8 Bit NES made a version, and was wondering if I had any other options?
Thank You so much take care,
5/3 - letter from Laura to rbaker
I was told you bought the rights to "Intellivision" games? I am a consumer and Lover of Classic Arcade games. I have done some research on one of my all time favorite games "Burgertime", and learned that Data East sold the rights to this game in the late 80's. I know companies such as Konami, and Namco have put out "collections" of their Arcade classics on discs for PlayStation, and was wondering if you were planning on doing the same for your "Classic Arcade Games"? Believe it or not there is a market for this sort of thing as there are a bunch of us 20 some-things out there who enjoy having a bit of our childhood back (Note: the retro explosion). If you no longer own the rights to this game and could point me in the direction of the Company who does I would greatly appreciate it.
Thank you for your time,
5/6 - letter from Laura to Keith Robinson intellivisionlives.com
The arcade version of BurgerTime was available for PlayStation on ARCADE'S
GREATEST HITS: THE MIDWAY COLLECTION 2. The collection came out around 1997
or 1998 on both PlayStation and PC.
We used to sell it on our Retrotopia.com website until it went out of print
Data East still owns BurgerTime. They licensed it to Midway to include on
the collection, as they had licensed it to Mattel in 1983 for Intellivision.
Most recently, they licensed it to another company for the
Flintstones-themed Game Boy cartridge "BurgerTime in Bedrock."
Intellivision Productions, Inc.
5/7 - letter from Laura to Ron F playstation.sony.com]
Do you still sell this game for PlayStation? If not could you tell me where I might be able to find it?
Thank you for writing us.
5/7 - letter to Laura from Midway
Yes, you can purchase it directly through us. Send a money order for $20 and a copy of this e-mail to:
Midway Home Entertainment
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