Pitch to me a game where you play as a hamburger and make me unironically excited to play it.
no extraordinary abilities that a hamburger wouldn't normally be capable of
You start off in Africa and try to avoid being eaten by starving children. Then you learn about evil cults spreading all over the continent and defeat black-garbed ninjas who are skilled in explosive weapons. You blow up their hideout which is inside a giant cube and become a hero but you find out you were tricked into helping yet another evil cult defeat their rival so you must take care of them as well. You take out a large bag of shiny coins and empty the bag out in front of their castle. While the guards are distracted you then sneak inside their ventilation and place your time bomb. You then take out a second coin bag and empty it out in the center of the castle and make your way out. You activate your gas bomb but their weakness prevents them from leaving.
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There are many
Obviously you need to play a game where you are a burger. You start off plain and stuff. Your job is to use your telepathic powers to convince people (via minigames I haven't worked out) to place condiments on you. You need to tell the right people (gourmet chefs and shit) to do it to get more points and to actually be a tastier burger. You can still get a pleb to do it (ketchup and regular toppings) but you get more points for convincing a gourmet chef that you need to be delicious. The mini games involved are scaled on difficulty based on how advanced the cooking skill of the individual is.
The OG uploader was shit.
Specifically for you.
okay here's my game:
after a nuclear war, the world is in ruin. america has fallen. the president is dead. the only thing that can save the world is this hamburger. you have full control of the hamburger, but can only do things that a real hamburger can do. It's a stealth action game with party-style multiplayer.
all you can do is move the camera around the burger. the story is about the people who come eat the burger at the same burger joint, all you ever glean from their lives are what you hear them talk about while eating. you can even have several character arcs to juggle so you don't get bored.
Not a game but in this day and age except "Overwhelmingly positive" on steam and a herald of great story telling so long as the writing is interesting. Just look at stanley's parable.
Next you travel to a nation filled with toxic fumes that damage you over time unless you are in a restroom with a working toilet. Their gods are corrupted and their holy river is covered in filth. You must also deal with their muck golems that wish to destroy you for mocking their dark bovine gods. You manage to break down all the working toilets and construct a suit of armor and you dive under their river and extract their dark god's sacred artifact: a black crystal. You take the black crystal and you begin the trek to the sacred shrine. This is a troublesome burden as you slowly begin to get corrupted and you must resist the urge to squat down and release your inner evil. You make it to the sacred shrine and place the black crystal in the golden bidet and you destroy the crystal forever.
Unfourtunately this appears to be an animu-only fetish, but I would love Tali slapping a hamburger onto her helmet in confusion.
I guess Street Fighter counts? But I think it's from the anime.
You guys do know, burger time exists.
Just do a sequel that takes cues from DK Jr. You play as Burger Jr. rescuing your burger dad from the evil asshole chef.
Tap into that indie retro arcarde game market. and AMERICA
You play as multiple hamburgers being served to Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, pol pot, ect. You must synthesize fatal poisons in yourself in order to take out the greatest threats the world has ever known. Then just cram in spacechem gameplay for each level.
> You're probably wondering how I got here. Well, we're going to have to go back a bit...
> The first thing to understand is, I'm not this chump holding the hamburger, I /am/ the hamburger.
> *Flashback to mob scene, a fat fedora mearing gangster is shouting at the camera*
> "I'm gonna make mincemeat outta ya!"
> *Angle changes to a weaselly looking fellow in a waistcoat*
> "I'm telling you boss, it wasn't me! It was La Rouche!"
As you make your way out of the sacred temple the final boss appears as the true devil that took many forms to deceive all men and turn them against each other. You fight with all might for liberty and justice for all. You make a lethal blow but eventually you succumb to your wounds. As you lie there dying you think of all the lives you have saved and all the things you had to sacrifice in order to do so. You wake up to the sight of the ocean. You are way above the sky, being held by eagles. "Where are you taking me?" you ask. They reply "A place where every man is free to believe what they want and live how they want. You have more than earned your rightful place. They call this America".
A game centered around a burger keeping its contents intact on its way to the mouth of whoever's eating it. You start with a patty and two buns and move up from there, some toppings are easier to keep in place than others. Additionally, the habits and and build of the person dining play a factor; say you're up to 50 toppings and struggling to keep up with whatever the progress condition is, well fortunately your current customer is somehow able to fit the whole sandwich into his mouth at once if you can survive his actual crab hands for the time it takes for him to shovel it into his mouth.
i was going to make a sequel where there is an evil conspiracy where gorillas and chimps have taken over the American government but you manage to lead an army of police officers and destroy their supply of bananas.
How are you supposed to eat that? You cant fit that in your mouth.
Its basically Pacman, but instead of Ghosts they are fat men. And instead of pellets to collect, it is grease drops. Pickles are the 4 power ups since people seem to hate pickles, and extra toppings for burgers replace the spawning fruits and key.
And every time you pick up pickles the fat men can be heard slightly screaming like a frog
Remember Ratatouille? Where the Rat orders the chef around? Well, it's like that, but with sacrificial burgers all trying to perfect their lineage. You start simple and work your way up, developing traits and toppings that help you fare in various restaurant environments. Do you, noble burger, tailor yourself and your heirs for a life in the fast food business, sitting pretty in the bellies of millions, or do you wish to transform yourself into a gourmet burger?
So, yeah, general concept of spore (evolutionary burgerology) but not shit.
it's a burger dancing game where you have to move the different layers of the burger around to the beat. but it's also like that octodad game where it's really hard to control making it fun like QWOP
onions/lettuce/tomato can be the treble
the cheese and meat can be the baritone
and the patty can be the bass
hardmode each part of the burger is an instrument and you have to play entire symphonies with your musical burger
Since whoever posted the image of just his folder is clearly a fucking faggot that won't share I did some research and found the burger loli.
Hamburgersan starts out as a lone meat patty and acquires condiments which grant new abilities through gameplay. Various unlockable cheese and bun skins through gameplay.
Sentient hamburger tries to avoid being devoured. Sees all of the other burgers meeting their doom and sets out to avoid the same gruesome fate.
Fries and drink are party members/assists
Like "I am bread" +meat
why is this getting me aroused?
A puzzle game where you use your delicious odor to manipulate people. Due to supernatural plot reasons, anything that eats you is eventually killed and turned into a hamburger. The goal of each stage is to be eaten by something specific so you can reincarnate as a burger made from their flesh and advance the deep and moving plot.
I imagine it playing like Ghost Trick, except as a hamburger. It would need an equally catchy name, I guess.
How about a game where you see everything from the burger's perspective, starting by being hand crafted by your chef god.
Then you pick your waifu of choice and watch as she shoves you into her mouth over and over until there's nothing left.
Sounds more like Stubbs the Zombie.
Only instead of an army of zombies, it's burgers.
You move by manipulating people into carrying you where you need to go, then have them eat you and become burger.
Vegetarians try to stomp you and your burgerethren.
Burgertime from the perspective of the burger. You're actually controlling the enemies on the stage telepathically to prevent yourself from being assembled, to delay your inevitable death.
Maybe it's a Wii U game. 4 players on wiimotes get to be the chefs, gamepad user is the burger and uses the touch screen to place traps and enemies. Fast paced action.
>No results for Sneak King
Fucking hell neo /v/ is real
3d platformer in which you play as a cutesy talking hamburger. Characters are fast food items. Villain is an evil milkshake.
In the game, you travel into other worlds through fast-food tie-ins (e.g. there's a tie-in toy promotion for an action movie and you go into the world of that movie).
You start out with very basic movement, and you gain additional moves by adding ingredients to yourself. E.g. you obtain a single slice of dill pickle and gain the ability to wall jump.
A sim game where you choose what ingredients you want your burger to include and the methods it will be made. The levels will include things like making your cow the tastiest it can be, vegetables fighting for the best places to grow, and bread making the baker the most focused to make it the best. The game ends with you being served and their tastometer will be posted on a worldwide scoreboard. After a year of release, the best burgers will be made into an actual menu for whatever restraunt sponsored the game.
You play as every part of hamburger.
You can play as tomato, as cheese, as bread, as sauce and etc.
You have one full bar of how much expired each piece can be that you must deplete.
While a teen in loan slavery is making a hamburger, you decide which piece and how much it gets expired. Your goal is to deplete expiration bar, but so that customer wouldn't notice.
Teen's spit, or product being dropped in the process may come in play.
The fact that you got so angrily defensive only proves how unsure you are about whether or not they're a fruit or vegetable. Maybe you should do a little research next time before exploding and slapping out empty insults through your keyboard.
>The tomato (see pronunciation) is the edible, often red berry-type fruit of the nightshade Solanum lycopersicum, commonly known as a tomato plant.
>The U.S. Supreme Court settled this controversy on 10 May 1893, by declaring that the tomato is a vegetable, based on the popular definition that classifies vegetables by use, that they are generally served with dinner and not dessert (Nix v. Hedden (149 U.S. 304)).
>The US court decision having any legitimacy outside your meme country
The tomato is still botanically and scientifically a fruit. Not my fault your country wants to keep feeding your kids cheap shit in school so they have to pretend that pizza is a vegetable.
If the US court decides soft drinks are vegetable too, will they be?
Are you saying they're not? You only drink soft drinks with dinner, you dumb motherfucker. What kind of hamplanet drinks soft drinks with dessert? Oh, I know. A fucking Yurofat.
That was in the wiki article you posted. Never claimed I was from the US.
>getting butthurt in a joke burger thread on /v/
>getting mad and posting wikipedia as a source to support your autism
Yeah that's cool guys, but what about this tomato?
You play as a cow that was getting roasted alive for a large party but breaks loose. After murdering everyone attending you pass out. You wake up in bandages surrounded by hippies. They construct you an overly large bun outfit so that you can become the "Hamburger" a fucking god damn superhero who's out for revenge. As you progress through the game you slaughter countless ranchers and free thousands of your compadres but in the end there's no running from the future. At the end of the game you sacrifice yourself for the greater good freeing more of your friends. The end game screen is a regular hamburger getting eaten by some fat kid at Mickey D's.
Burgers are like a safe haven for me. I love them, I get away from the rest of the world that makes it hard to live in. I want to be a burger chef. The idea behind burgers is amazing and the detail and ingredients are absolutely amazing.
The first burger I ever ate was "All American." That's when I totally fell in love with burgers. They have great ingredients and the definition of love is out of this world in the taste. The savory onions made me cry and the melty cheese was extremely heart warming. I don't really have a favorite burger, but favorite burgers themselves. I totally love "Vegan" burgers too.
In other countries they have so much unique ways of making burgers. They capture the true essence of their culture and burger art itself.
The only burger actually dislike has to be some of the crazy ones. Those have heart warming emotion but it's hard for me to get into them.
I really don't like burgers anymore, but I can certainly appreciate them.
But I used to really love burgers, so I'll tell you what I used to think!
I think my first was Hawaiian burger. My next few were BLT and jalapeno. I always really enjoyed cooking shows with celebrity chefs and everything. I think american burgers are much, much better than japanese. Japanese burgers just gives off this fakey vibe, like they're trying too hard or something. I thought it was special because it is a beautiful art.
Assuming we are still on topic -
>You play as a burger in a dumpster.
>Homeless people pick you up and try to eat you.
>As the player you input a rhythm based/ QTE code to release a noxious smell.
>Every time the homeless drop you the game/QTE's gets harder.
You play as a burger that was made for someone's order. Your job is to escape unnoticed. It's not everyday that someone sees a moving burger after all
It gets tricky though. Depending on the time of day, there could be a lot of orders and your brethren are being sacrificed. It's tough, but you have to leave them behind. Maybe someone else can take your place, but you could also take someone else's place. There could be days where the shop is really busy so there's more employees, therefore more eyes in the kitchen.
I like it.
Why didn't an Osmosis Jones movie tie-in open body game ever get released.
Comfy as fuck in my opinion.