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Happy's Humble Burger Barn doesn't look like a very happy burger barn

You might have guessed from the grime that Cooking Mama this is not: A new trailer for Happy's Humble Burger Farm shown during the Guerrilla Collective stream today shows off the "quality control" system at the restaurant. It's Happy herself: A bipedal cow monster.

It's not quite the misdirect you get in Doki Doki Literature Club, as an example, but I do always enjoy sinister turns in mundane settings. This one might be a bit too Five Nights at Freddy's for my tastes, though I do really like how the burger explodes with pixel-somethings when you throw the top bun on. Maybe I just want a sincere PS1-looking fast food game without any horror game twist?

A free "alpha" version of Happy's Humble Burger Farm has been on Steam for a while, but there's also a listing for a full version for the PS1-style fast food simulator—it's releasing "soon," though we don't know when exactly.

The alpha demo, which released last October, is only a 5GB download if you want to give it a go. 

There's also a version on itch.io, which the devs say was "made in a little under a month." Somewhat confusingly, the version of Happy's Humble Burger Farm on Steam is described as a sequel to Happy's Humble Burger Farm on itch.io, but they're both called Happy's Humble Burger Farm.

Say it three times fast: Happy's Humble Burger Farm, Happy's Humble Burger Farm, Happy's Humble Burger Farm. 

We're just at the start of what's going to be a packed E3 weekend: For what's ahead, here's the full E3 2021 schedule.

Tyler Wilde

Tyler has spent over 1,200 hours playing Rocket League, and slightly fewer nitpicking the PC Gamer style guide. His primary news beat is game stores: Steam, Epic, and whatever launcher squeezes into our taskbars next.