Stephen Spielburger has hidden five secret burgers amongst his cinematic works. You, as hopeful “Bunters” (Burger Hunters) must delve into the digital worlds of Spielburger’s movies to discover the burgers. If someone finds all five secret burgers, it is said that they will gain Stephen Spielburger’s greatest treasure.
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I've said this before and I'll say it again, one big reason why I love Trapped Puzzle Rooms' games is HUMOR. They've done it again here. From when we pressed "play" on the intro video, they've already put a big smile on our faces. I'm not going to lie, the smile did dissipate a little as we were faced with some of these challenging puzzles, but using the hints to move along definitely helped. The videos and the puns embedded in the puzzles always bought the smiles back. They served as awesome relief moments before we have to head out to battle other puzzles again. The great thing about this game is that you can stop at any time or solve one DVD per day and come back to take it on another day. It's really easy to set up and repack with the DVD boxes. I mean if Speilburger's treasure is that easy to be found then we'll all be rich right?
Much like early Weird Al, [Trapped Puzzle Rooms] have made light-hearted, food-themed satires of some blockbuster hits. … The game is overflowing with the same irreverent writing style that won me over with Taco Twosday.