Even if you've never flipped burgers for a living in the real world, you can still be a winner with Burger, a game that tasks you with preparing and serving food on the fly and on the clock.
In the game your main task is to organize the ingredients needed to properly serve order sets. Completing an order requires you to follow the shown ingredient sequence, and the player must complete as many orders as possible within the given time limit. The first mode of the game, career mode, uses a "day" as a level, giving you a preset time and an earnings limit within which to clear the stage. It's good that it starts with only a few basic options here, but it seems to take forever for the game to gradually increase its pacing.
The more exciting second mode of the game is the time attack mode, which is easily unlocked after playing career mode for three game days (not real time). In this mode all ingredients and items are already unlocked and all you need to do is complete as many orders as possible. Each completed order will increase your time limit a little bit, allowing the player to continually rack up points until the time bonuses are eventually lost. The game has a few social-sharing options, which you can use to share your achievements or records with your friends.
While the game is quite entertaining, the gameplay might eventually become too repetitive for some, despite the wide variety of available items and ingredients. There are no other gameplay variations except for the shifting button options. Still, if you just want an entertaining way to pass time, Burger isn't a bad choice.