2014/8/17: Intellivision: Burgertime, Super Chef BT

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2014/8/17: Intellivision: Burgertime, Super Chef BT

Postby VideoGameCritic » August 17th, 2014, 1:43 pm

Here's an updated review of Burgertime (the original was very short) and a review of its enhanced homebrew, Super Chef BT.



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2014/8/17: Intellivision: Burgertime, Super Chef BT

Postby Teddybear1 » August 17th, 2014, 2:40 pm

Thanks for the Intellivision reviews - always great to read!  Burgertime for Intellivision is just outstanding.  My only gripe was that it is just seven levels!  And when I had finally learned about the existence of Super Chef BT it was too late.  Sold out.  And I have yet to see it pop up on Ebay and can only imagine the bidding war for it.  If anybody who owns this wants to sell it, read my reply on the "Most....Expensive.....Game....Ever..." thread.  I might make your day!

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2014/8/17: Intellivision: Burgertime, Super Chef BT

Postby mbd361 » August 17th, 2014, 5:34 pm

I have fond memories of "Burgertime" on the next door neighbor's Intellivision when I was a kid. He had an Intellivision and I had an Atari.

"My only gripe was that it is just seven levels!'

Then this must be the easiest version of BT if you can make it that far.. Playing the arcade version on MAME, I'm extremely lucky to make it past level 2, let alone level 7.


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2014/8/17: Intellivision: Burgertime, Super Chef BT

Postby Leo1 » August 17th, 2014, 6:42 pm

If you own a Cuttle Cart III or plan to buy the new LTO Flash multicart, or just want to play it in your favorite Intellivision emulator, the rom image for this excellent hack was released. 

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2014/8/17: Intellivision: Burgertime, Super Chef BT

Postby Teddybear1 » August 17th, 2014, 9:47 pm

I think most would agree that the Intellivision version is quite a bit easier when compared to the Colecovision, NES and the 2600 ports.  Man, that NES version is particularly brutal.  I always thought the 2600 edition was pretty good and underrated by many.

The Intellivision BT is easier but a lot more fun and like the Critic pointed out - there are more distinctive-looking levels.  Level 7 is especially tough and unless you have plenty of pepper in reserve nearly impossible to finish.

Someday I might look into a Cuttle Cart or emulation but until that day comes I'll keep looking for a  good old-fashioned cartridge of Super Chef BT.


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