For anyone who’s ever worked in hospitality or fast food, you may be pleased to know that a new cooking simulator has been announced that will finally let you show customers how you really feel. Developed by Liquid Pug and published by Daedalic Entertainment, Godlike Burger is a unique take on the cooking simulator formula where you not only have to serve your customers but murder them as well.
You play as an aspiring chef whose main goal is to make the most unusual and tastiest burgers in the entire universe. With your flying restaurant space-ship, you’ll travel from planet to planet, gaining fame and recognition as you go, tempting more and more aliens to come and try your delicious burgers. It sounds like a dream come true for some people, but the only downside is that the burgers you make are actually the aliens you serve.
Similar to games like Overcooked, each day will bring you customers that need to be managed accordingly. Each customer will have different preferences on how they’d like their burger to be cooked or what ingredients to be included. After they’ve finished their meal, you’ll then have to decide whether or not to let them leave or to murder them and use their body for your next batch of burgers.
If you decide you want to turn them into minced meat, then the game gives you several different ways to brutally murder your customer. You can go about it the old-fashioned way by hacking them up with your trusty cleaver, or you can build a range of traps and lure your customer into one of them. For example, you can put a laxative into someone’s burger and boobytrap the restroom to take them out discretely Hitman style.
When the day is over and there are no more customers to serve, you will then be able to manage your restaurant and prepare for the following day by making “sauces,” upgrading your kitchen appliances and traps, and restocking your ingredients.
If you’re interested in trying out Godlike Burger, you can do so right now by downloading the demo on Steam. Liquid Pug is one of the hundreds of developers taking part in the Steam Games Festival which includes free demos for interesting indie projects, livestreams, and Q&A’s. Godlike Burger’s demo is currently only available on PC via Steam with the full game launching at some point in Q2 this year. However, you can show your support by wishlisting the game on Steam.
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