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How to Recognize Wanted Criminals in Godlike Burger

  • The article explains how to recognize and deal with wanted criminals in Godlike Burger, a game where you run a space restaurant that serves burgers made from alien customers.
  • The article provides tips and strategies for identifying and killing different types of wanted criminals, such as bombers, thieves, assassins, hackers, and bosses, using traps, sauces, weapons, and the environment.
  • The article also answers some frequently asked questions related to wanted criminals, such as how to deliver their bodies to the police, how to access the black market, how to lower the police suspicion, how to unlock new planets, and how to complete quests.

Godlike Burger is a hilarious and dark game where you run a space restaurant that serves burgers made from alien customers. You can kill your customers in various ways, such as using traps, sauces, or your trusty meat cleaver. But be careful, some of them are wanted criminals who will try to rob you or attack you. How can you recognize them and deal with them effectively? In this article, we will explain how to identify and handle these dangerous aliens in Godlike Burger.

How to Recognize Wanted Criminals in Godlike Burger

How To Identify Wanted Criminals

Wanted criminals are aliens who have a bounty on their heads. They are marked with a red exclamation point above their heads, and they will also appear on your journal with their name, description, and reward. You can access your journal by pressing J on your keyboard or clicking on the book icon on the top left corner of the screen.

Wanted criminals have different behaviors and abilities depending on their type. Some of them are aggressive and will attack you or other customers if they see you holding a weapon or a body part. Some of them are sneaky and will try to steal money from your cash register or supplies from your storage room. Some of them are explosive and will detonate themselves if they get too close to you or a trap.

Here are some examples of wanted criminals and their characteristics:

  • Bomber: A green alien with a bomb strapped to its chest. It will explode if it gets near you or a trap, causing damage to everything around it.
  • Thief: A purple alien with a hood and a backpack. It will sneak into your storage room or cash register and steal your supplies or money.
  • Assassin: A red alien with a knife and a mask. It will attack you or other customers if it sees you holding a weapon or a body part.
  • Hacker: A blue alien with a laptop and glasses. It will hack into your computer and disable your traps or appliances for a short time.
  • Boss: A yellow alien with a crown and a suit. It is the leader of the wanted criminals and has high health and damage. It will summon other criminals to help it.

How To Deal With Wanted Criminals

Wanted criminals are more difficult to kill than regular customers, as they have more health, damage, and resistance to some traps and sauces. However, they also have higher rewards, as you can get more money and prestige by killing them and delivering their bodies to the police portal.

There are different strategies to deal with wanted criminals depending on their type and your situation. Here are some general tips to help you:

  • Use your journal to check their weaknesses and strengths. Some aliens are more vulnerable to certain traps or sauces than others. For example, bombers are weak to fire traps, but resistant to electric traps.
  • Use your environment to your advantage. You can lure them into traps, lock them in rooms, or push them off the platform. You can also use objects like chairs, tables, or lamps to hit them or block their way.
  • Use your weapons wisely. You can use your meat cleaver to slash them, but be careful not to alert other customers or get too close to bombers. You can also use guns or knives that you can buy from the black market, but they have limited ammo and durability.
  • Use your sauces creatively. You can use sauces to poison, stun, confuse, or attract them. For example, you can use the love sauce to make them follow you into a trap, or the vomit sauce to make them sick and weak.
  • Use your night time wisely. You can use the money you earn from killing wanted criminals to buy upgrades for your kitchen, traps, weapons, or sauces. You can also relocate your restaurant to another planet if the police suspicion is too high.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Here are some frequently asked questions related to wanted criminals in Godlike Burger:

Question: How do I deliver the bodies of wanted criminals to the police?

Answer: You need to drag their bodies to the police portal, which is located in the parking lot next to the entrance portal. You will see a blue light above it when there is a body nearby. You will get money and prestige for each body you deliver.

Question: How do I access the black market?

Answer: You need to find a black market vendor, who is a shady-looking alien that appears randomly in your restaurant. You can buy guns, knives, drugs, or other illegal items from them using cash.

Question: How do I lower the police suspicion?

Answer: The police suspicion is a meter that shows how much attention you are drawing from the authorities. It increases when you kill customers, leave blood stains, or get caught by cameras. It decreases when you clean the blood, bribe the police, or relocate your restaurant.

Question: How do I unlock new planets?

Answer: You need to increase your prestige, which is a measure of how famous and successful your restaurant is. It increases when you serve burgers, kill wanted criminals, or complete quests. It decreases when you fail orders, lose customers, or get bad reviews.

Question: How do I complete quests?

Answer: Quests are optional objectives that give you extra rewards or challenges. You can find them in your journal or on the bulletin board in the restaurant. They can range from killing a specific alien, to serving a certain number of burgers, to surviving a disaster.


I hope you enjoyed reading this article and learned something new about Godlike Burger. This game is a fun and challenging simulation of running a space restaurant that serves burgers made from alien customers. You can encounter and deal with wanted criminals who have different behaviors and abilities, and use various traps, sauces, weapons, and strategies to kill them and deliver their bodies to the police. You can also access the black market, lower the police suspicion, unlock new planets, and complete quests to improve your restaurant and prestige. Godlike Burger is a game that offers a lot of replay value and humor, as well as some dark and twisted elements. If you are interested in playing this game, you can find it on Steam. Thank you for reading and have a great day! 😊


This article is for informational and entertainment purposes only. It is not affiliated with or endorsed by the developers or publishers of Godlike Burger. The game is still in early access and may change over time. The information and strategies in this article may not reflect the current state of the game. Please play responsibly and enjoy the game.

Alex Lim is a certified IT Technical Support Architect with over 15 years of experience in designing, implementing, and troubleshooting complex IT systems and networks. He has worked for leading IT companies, such as Microsoft, IBM, and Cisco, providing technical support and solutions to clients across various industries and sectors. Alex has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the National University of Singapore and a master’s degree in information security from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is also the author of several best-selling books on IT technical support, such as The IT Technical Support Handbook and Troubleshooting IT Systems and Networks. Alex lives in Bandar, Johore, Malaysia with his wife and two chilrdren. You can reach him at [email protected] or follow him on Website | Twitter | Facebook

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