|a game by||Taito|
|Editor Rating:||6/10, based on 1 review|
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|See also:||2D Platformer Games|
If you've ever wanted to get back at your food, now's your chance. In Panic Restaurant, Taito's action game, you can chase those calories away!
This side-scrolling, action/adventure keeps you hungry for more. The graphics are cute and clean, and the music isn't spoiled. You have to shake 'n' bake your way through a six course meal that means six tough, food-fighting levels. It will take you awhile to reach dessert in this mega meal. Luckily, the endless continues keep you shovelin' it in.
- Forgo the folk and the power-up in Stage 3. You'll need to keep the saucer to fight the Barbeque boss at the end of the level.
- To beat the angry frying pan boss in the first level, stand to the far left of the screen. You'll be able to repeatedly clobber him on the head with your frying pan and he won't be able to harm you.
You play a stout Marioesque chef with standard moves (run, jump, hit, and duck). Your recipe to success is to fight your way through the dreaded Panic Restaurant on your way to fight the Ohdove boss. Armed with your heavy duty skillet, you must beat back a mob of angry food- on-the-move. Along with other delicacies, the pizzas are peeved, the baked chickens are running wild, the toast is "popping" mad, and the hotdogs are hot on your trail. You can pick up other whack-'em-up kitchen utensils along the way, such as Spoons, Forks, and Saucers. The Saucer's your best choice for long range food blasting. However, one hit is all it takes to lose any recently acquired weapon. Then it's back to the ol' frying pan.
Crunch the cups before venturing onto the burner. Be sure to time it just right or you're fried.
Panic Restaurant gives you that Thanksgiving Day feeling -- you keeping wanting more even though you're stuffed. If you're hankerin' for a good meal deal, make a reservation at Panic Restaurant.
Download Panic Restaurant
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
- P-200, 32 MB RAM