You are a soda jerk serving root beer to patrons.
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You are a bartender serving Budweiser beer to patrons. You must serve everyone a beer before they work their way up to the kegs. You must also grab empty mugs before they slide off the end of the bar. Extra points for collecting tips. Bonus rounds involve locating the one beer that has not been shaken, and serving it. Written by Anonymous

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Catch a mug full of fun! See more »

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Comedy | Family | Sci-Fi

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December 1983 (USA)  »

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Root Beer Tapper  »

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In issue 71 of Your Sinclair magazine in November 1991, this game was voted the 68th best game of all time. See more »

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Referenced in Power Drive (1986) See more »

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Buffalo Gals
Written by William Cool White
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Beer!
14 September 2005 | by See all my reviews

Great game here! The object of the game is to serve beer down a table and there are different levels and its just so much fun. I have it on my 1985 Tandy personal computer. This game is just fantastic up against the boring and garbage video games of today. If you like those shooting games, if you think about it you'll enjoy this. You aim and fire, not a gun but a beer. One of your classic eighties video games. I think if they came out with a new version of Tapper I don't think it would be as good. You can't change Tapper. They'll change it to much and you'll never get use to it. They'll make it all 3D. I just wish they would put the original Tapper on CD-Rom for new computers since floppy disks are obsolete. Good thing I still got my Tandy!


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