BurgerTime Party! introduces enemy foods

Meet Misters Hot Dog, Egg, Pickle, and Doughnut.

BurgerTime Party!

G-Mode Corporation has introduced new the enemy foods that will stand in chef Peter Pepper’s way in the newly-announced BurgerTime Party!.

Get the details below.

Mr. Hot Dog

BurgerTime Party!

A returning enemy character whose connection to Peter Pepper can be said to be the strongest. Since it does nothing other than chase after him, its movements are easy to read.

Mr. Egg

BurgerTime Party!

An easy-going fella that does things as it pleases. It trifles with Peter Pepper with its tricky movements. While it smiles like the sun, it is actually rather scary…

Mr. Pickle

BurgerTime Party!

A strong-habited fella that will want to use a ladder if it comes across one while running, but will start running again before reaching the bottom. Its thin body is lovely as it runs and sways back and forth.

Mr. Doughnut

BurgerTime Party!

A guest appearance from BurgerTime Deluxe for Game Boy. Its new “dash” technique is almost impossible to dodge from directly in front, and has even gotten some screams out of the development staff.

BurgerTime Party! is due out for Switch via the Nintendo eShop in 2019 in Japan.

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