Betty's Beer Bar Review

Bettys Beer Bar: Better than Expected

Submitted by Joelle3800 on Sun, 2009-10-18 14:40.
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The lowest price: 17.95$
You can buy it at RegNow for that price.
Decent Graphics, can find cheap full downloads, nice storyline, nice screen layout, also has demo available, very easy to use.
I had to purchase the full game because it was so addicting!!!

The opening screen of Betty’s Beer Bar shows a picture of her to the bottom, sitting on a chair, and wallowing in loads of cash. It may seem a little strange, like what does that have to do with a bar? But that it because Betty is working very hard so that one day, she may be able to have her own private bar down in the Caribbean rather that in her old place with all her very odd customers. The beginning screen also has three playing modes that you can choose from, Story Mode, Speed Challenge, and Free Play. There are also several little gadgets at the bottom that may come in handy. They are High Scores, Photo Album, Options, How to Play, and of course, Exit.

Just like in the description, Betty is working at a low-end bar on her own, with some real characters. They appear to be normal people…that is until the lights go off. When the light reveal who they really are though…werewolves, aliens, vampires, you name it, but Betty just goes right on serving them.

At the bottom of the game screen, there is the Sales bar that shoes how close Betty is to getting the quota in tips and sales for the day. It also shows some useful tools that they player can choose to help them pass the level. One of those is a “coffee pill” that she puts into all of their drinks, and it keep them all from passing out, no matter how many drinks they have.

To play the game, Betty must greet the customer, get their order, get their drink, and then go back and take away their dirty dishes. She takes them to the sink, washes them, and then the whole cycle starts all over again. And she is serving more than one person at a time, too. This game is a little challenging, but it is more about working out a system that works for you. After you figure out what works, this game is very easy.

This game makes me think of Diner Dash 2, but with a little more better graphics, and an improved story line. It has an interesting setting, and I liked it surprisingly. I thought that it was going to be a boring game, but it turned out to be pretty addicting. I would choose this game over Diner Dash any day!

Oh-and one more thing. There are a few websites that sell a download of the full game really cheap. The place where I went sold it for only $7! For a game like this, I think that it is worth it.


This game is more than what I expected, and was better than most serving games. To the creators, thumbs way up!