5 /5

A DOS game was developed by - and then released by Scott Ramsay in 1988, the game was called QikServe. Now you can relive the memories by playing it online here.

QikServe description

Uncomplicated arcade game, dedicated to the everyday life of the foreign worker and catering establishments, known as quick service restaurant. That is, before us is a poor cousin Tapper.

Our hero in a chef's hat and the clown's big red nose have to rush between the four hands, which slowly at first and as you progress faster move buyers. Each of them has their own preferences in the meager range of institutions: hamburger, soda or fries. Waiter-cashier must quickly run up to everyone and give what you want, and one person may not be limited to any one product and want, for example, to wash down the potatoes. As soon as one of the visitors gets to the edge of the hand, he will have a tantrum that will result in the loss of one of the six issued initially attempts. Accordingly, the greater the number of clients time to serve, the more points you get.

There is nothing surprising in the fact that such an unassuming game is not popular and is now relatively rare, but in our collection it will find your area.

Have you ever wondered what kind of video games were played in the good old days? Try playing QikServe online now and we are sure you will not stop playing again.


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