Manufacturer:  Bally Midway

Released:  1982

World Record:  8,417,500

Purchased:  July, 2004

Condition:  Working 100% - 9 of 10

 

 

Burgertime Restoration Page

 

 

Work done

Thoroughly cleaned cabinet inside and out

Installed T-Molding, kick plate and Leg levers

New Locks and keys

Reproduction "P" Pepper Buttons  

Reproduction Control Panel Overlay

Sanded/Painted Front and Coin-door

Replaced Monitor with new Wells Grardner

   

 

Burgertime Quick Reference

Burgertime Flyer

More Burgertime Info

 

Burgertime Sounds

Game Start

Death Diddy

 

      Update:  I've recently upgraded this cabinet with Arcadeshop's programmable PCB and rewired it with a JAMMA harness.  More details still coming...

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        Burgertime was the third game I purchased along with a Tron mini. I picked up both games with my buddy Mike.  It was a long day to Virginia Beach and back (about 500 miles) to get them but it turned out well.  The sellers didn't tell me about the three flights of stairs they both had to come down but we made it.  It was kind of weird also because the guy selling the games let his wife do all the talking and only made a short appearance during the whole time.  His wife helped us bring the games downstairs but he just watched as I almost threw up trying not to scrape their walls.  Anyway, while we were there, Mike picked up his first arcade game, Galaxian cocktail table.  The Galaxian didnít have any top artwork or glass and we couldnít get it to power up.  It looked to be in worse shape than it really was.  Later Mike found the problem was with the plug on the power cord.  Long story short, we hauled all three games back. 

 

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