Betty's Beer Bar Review

beety's beer bar

Submitted by riiko23 on Fri, 2011-05-13 04:45.
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With good reflexes and a sharp mind, Betty will earn enough money to leave her original work place
Your task is to serve the customers as quickly as possible;

The service industry can be a pretty hectic working environment, as you'll find out in Betty's Beer Bar, a quick game of concentration and reflexes that mixes the classic arcade game Tapper with the ultra-obscure import PlayStation 2 game Yoshinoya. You play as Betty, a small-town gal looking to make her fortune selling suds to a wide variety of cartoony drunks. You'll see robots, hit men, police officers, and elderly grannies, among others.

Meet your sales goal for each level, and you'll get to continue. If you don't, the game's over. The main story mode of the game doesn't take a long time to beat, but there's also a time trial mode to keep you busy once you're done with the story mode. Though the game isn't particularly complicated, and the in-game animation can be a bit off-putting at times, the game's frantic gameplay mix of reflexive action and concentration makes for a fairly addicting experience. Those who like their games fast and fun would do well to give Betty's Beer Bar a shot.


Betty’s Beer Bar is a easy sim game with all the usual busyness associated with these kinds of play. It starts out slowly with a good tutorial for you to get used to the outline of the game. The characters are all a little depressed looking and are very demanding when they do not get their beer. If you do not mind the theme, get working on helping Betty buy her dream bar serving mango martinis in the setting sun of a tropical island.