Version 1.1 is Here!

"Give Me a Beer, Bartender" is a remake of the 1983's arcade game "Tapper", developed by Marvin Glass and Associates and released by Bally Midway, but with cool 2020 3D graphics, a reality-defying FPS perspective and fun stuff added.

Try to serve as many beers as possible, without breking any glass. But most importantly, dont let your costumers take over the bar!

It also features some very cool easter eggs! Can you find them all?

  • How to play:

WASD to move, SHIFT to sprint (trust me, you'll need it), SPACE to jump (though it isn't really that useful) and left-click to interact with things (you can interact with stuff if your crosshair is highlighted in green or blue)

Click on the beer machine first, then on the table to serve a drink. Save as much empty glass as you can! 

If the costumers get too close to the end of the table, it's game over!

  • About:

Music from mixkit.co by Michael Ramir C.
Wood Texture from texturelib.com
Chair, Bullhead and Barrel Models from opengameart.org
Sound effects from freesound.org
Wanted posters generated from mobilefish.com
Images from pixabay.com
"PressStart2P" font from 1001fonts.com, other fonts provided by Unity

Unforeseen Creations (https://twitter.com/UnCr_dev), 2020

Updated 17 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux, HTML5
Release date 36 days ago
Authorunforeseen creations
GenreAction, Simulation
Made withUnity, Blender
TagsArcade, Cult Classic, easter-eggs, FPS, humour, Remake, Unity, Western, wild-west
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Mouse

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Give Me a Beer, Bartender Ver. 1.1 (WIN) 46 MB
Linux Version (1.1) 51 MB
Mac Version (1.1) 48 MB
Give Me a Beer, Bartender GameJam ver. (WIN) 42 MB

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ci gioco di continuo con i miei amici amici dell’ospizio, purtroppo nella nostra struttura di riposo non ci fanno uscire e questa è un’ottima alternativa ad un bar reale.

Cordialmente

Enzo