The Kaitai Dismantlement series is one of the most popular point-and-click series of games ever featured on the site. We've taken apart a radio, a tea canister, a mouse, an alarm clock, a fan, and a hard drive, and found and disabled the bombs in each one. Perhaps it's time to take a break? Fetch a tasty and non-nutritious lunch filled with two all beef patties (well, one all beef), special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed...bomb? You're kidding me, right? No joke, welcome to dismantlement chapter 7, Dismantlement: Burger. Now this is just getting silly!
As with all of the dismantlement games designed by gam.ebb.jp, you only have a screwdriver and your wits to take apart your unhealthy meal before the bomb goes off. Clues are scattered around the tray which also includes a highly sugared drink and twice-fried potatoes, along with some interesting nutrition information. Is gam.ebb.jp making a jab about how consumption of too much of this stuff is a ticking health time bomb? Or are they just running out of ideas of things to dismantle?
Those who have played in the Dismantlement sandbox before will find Dismantlement: Burger a tad on the easy side. Compared to the quality and ingenuity of some of the others in the series this is... well, a bit of a letdown. Still fun to rip in and reduce something to its basic components, but if this is the best that they can come up with then perhaps they might want to go back to the drawing board and stick with what makes these games great: taking apart something you might actually do in real life, like an electronic appliance. Like Tea Canister, Dismantlement: Burger is strangely surreal, but at least this time around no music puzzles or reflex puzzles to drive you nuts.
Not the best in the series, then, but it's always nice to see a sequel to the Dismantlement Series, and Dismantlement: Burger is still a fun way to waste 5 minutes and hey, maybe it'll make you think twice about reaching for a calorie, sugar, fat laden lunch. How about something a bit healthier and less bomb-filled, like a salad? Unless they've got that planned for later down the line. Remember, junk food bad!