Burger Shop is a cooking Flash game that was developed by GoBit Games and released on October 9, 2007. The objective of the player is to serve the ordered food to multiple customers as soon as they can.
In this game, there is a conveyor belt that has a wide selection of food parts or empty containers, and in that case, the player will have to either fill the containers, combine the food, or both. For example, if a customer orders a regular beef burger with no additional ingredients, the conveyor belt will show the top bun, the bottom bun, and the beef patty. The player will have to click on all three parts of the burger to combine the food parts to be able to give it to the customer, either by clicking on the customer's bubble speech or right-clicking (the latter is faster). Moreover, there are containers coming from a wide variety, like fries containers, empty cups, and paper ice cream cups. In that case, the player will have to put the empty fries container in the fries machine, the empty cup in the cola machine, and/or the paper cup in the ice cream machine respectively. Such machines appear in the midst of the gameplay and not from the first level.
The customers who order food have a patience level. This patience level indicates how patient they are. It decreases with time but increases for each part of the meal that they get (unless if they order only one thing, then their patience level wouldn't increase). Any customer's patience level would significantly increase if they were given a lollipop. The higher the patience level is, the more the customers are going to tip the player. If the patience level for all customers with their full meal received was 5 stars, they'd give a maximum tip, and the player would get an additional hundred dollars for doing the level perfectly.
The burgerbot allows to serve the customers instantaneously and is best used when a customer orders a meal with 4 things in it, like a burger, cola, fries, and ice cream. The burgerbot will however need to charge after use to be able to be used again.