Ears and Burgers 4+

rabbits + burgers = love

Crescent Moon Games

Designed for iPad

    • 4.9 • 35 Ratings
    • $0.99



You're looking at a unique cooking game full of capricious little rabbits and huge stacks of food.

These weird little buddies are eager to taste the delicious human food: hamburgers, sandwiches, pizza, sushi, and tacos. And, of course, the more the better. They are real gluttons. And, to be honest, quite sensitive as well. So, please, do not even dare to add the wrong ingredient. Because the consequences will be unpredictable. No kidding. You are officially warned.

What to do?
- make the highest food tower
- complete the craziest recipes
- visit astonishing locations with its unique cuisine
- explore all the rabbits' emotions and reactions
- overcome all the challenges and weirdness

Simply put:
- an outstanding art style & animations
- satisfying visual and sound design
- classic cooking gameplay with the depth
- bonus levels, challenges and bosses
- 5 locations with its unique cuisine
- a pile of collectible items

Get your portion of this weird fun!
Play it.
Please, please, please!

What’s New

Version 1.5

performance improvements
bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

Archeleron22 ,

Fun game and cute animation

I love the little details in the game, just started playing but I really enjoy it.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for playing ❤️

LordSmapy ,

Very cute and well made

I’ll just start with saying this is a fun game. The description and pictures don’t do it justice on how much there is for this kind of gameplay.

If you like the game Kawaii Kitchen, you’ll most likely enjoy this too, as they have very similar gameplay. So if you’re not sure, try that game first since it’s free - then when the ads annoy you come get this one.

The game play is simple. A bunny hops up and has an order. You tap the buttons to put down an ingredient at a time until you finish then he hops off. It sound simple, but as time goes on, the bunnies start to mess with you. They’ll have orders and thought bubbles that alter the order. For example they’ll think “no lettuce” and even if the order has lettuce, you need to make sure not to put it on. There are also days where the buttons for ingredients swap around to keep you on your toes. This is the reason I prefer this gameplay over Kawaii Kitchen. There are boss levels too that can be deceptively difficult. You earn money and gems to buy new levels and plates for the bunnies to carry.

There are also daily quests you can strive for to get bonus coins/gems.

I’ve only played up to about 80% of the first area (burgers) but I felt is was enough for a solid review.

The music and art are also pleasant. I very much like the music. There’s also a lot of vibration from the phone while playing which bothered me at first, but I ended up finding it amusing once I got used to it. There’s a setting to turn it off if you don’t like it.

Overall this is a great little game to play while in a waiting room, or just chilling on a work break. It’s not super hard but it’s not so easy it will put you to sleep. You definitely have to pay attention in later levels.

If I could add anything it would be a little something extra to work towards. You can buy plates, but I don’t really notice them since I’m so busy looking everywhere else on the screen. Something like hats or even different bunny colors to buy would be cool. My husband watched me play for a bit and legitimately thought another animal would randomly appear with a really hard order. It doesn’t happen but I thought I would mention his comment.

I played this on my iPhone 11 Pro Max with iOS 14.4.2 and on my iPad Pro with iPadOS 14.4.2 and didn’t see any bugs or issues. I started it on my iPad and while it worked just fine, I felt that the UX felt better on the iPhone and started playing it there. It didn’t carry over my data, but I didn’t care.

Developer Response ,

Whoa! That's a super amazing and very detailed review. I really appreciate it. Thank you so much ❤️

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