As odd as this sounds Burger King has entered the video game business with a collection of three games exclusively for Microsoft.
Pocketbike Racer: A racer game featuring a number of Burger King mascots (including the King, the Subservient Chicken, the Whopper Jr.) and former host of E!'s Wild On series, Brooke Burke. Five levels will be included, as will multiplayer races for four people on the same Xbox or Xbox 360, or eight people online over Xbox Live.
Big Bumpin': This game also features a lineup of BK mascots and pits them against one another in vehicular competition, but this game isn't a race so much as a bumper-car ride. The game features a number of theme-park settings and on-track hazards like saws and bottomless pits, as well as bump-pumping power-ups. Big Bumpin' will also have four-player action and online multiplayer support.
Sneak King: This takes the stealth action genre and puts it to a creepier use than usual. Players (as the King) hide and tiptoe silently to sneak up on unsuspecting people and surprise attack them with a Burger King food banquet. Gamers will have to sneak up on people in a logging yard, a construction site, downtown, and the suburbs, and they will be graded on their performance "based on how elaborate the delivery is executed."
The three games will be playable on either the Xbox or Xbox 360. They will be available from November 19 through December 24 at participating Burger King locations for $3.99 with the purchase of a value meal. All of the games are rated E for Everybody.