Happy’s Humble Burger Farm (Not For Adults Kid Horror Game)


Survival horror has came a long way from Alone in the Dark, Silent Hill, and others, growing in popularity over the past two decades. Beginning as a strictly for-adults genre, it progressed into horror…for kids. Due in huge part to the massive success of Five Nights at Freddy’s, coupled with the boom of kid streamers, Happy’s Humble Burger Farm is another entry into the mix. The core plot follows an employee (played by you) working the night shift at a burger restaurant. While there you craft orders, clean, take out trash, etc. except things also get spooky. There are monsters, you can die, and yes, there be jump scares.


One plus is Happy’s Humble Burger Farm is packed with story and lore, some of which you learn by researching in your apartment. Its honestly probably the best part of the game. The graphics are expectedly dated, but on purpose; 90s polygonal FX with low detail. The controls are sufficient but the user interface is pretty confusing and could be simplified. Overall the game isn’t horrid for adults and you need to do some exploring and dig in, but it doesn’t feel like adult horror. My children, for example, loved Happy’s Humble Burger Farm. It will likely be successful in large part because of the jump scare/streamer/younger market. For adults, probably a pass for most.


Happys Humble Burger Farm Official Steam

Written by Bobby, Connoisseur of the Simulated Realm & Former Child

Happys Humble Burger Farm
Scythe Dev Team (developer), tinyBuild (publisher)
3 / 5