burger games

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Play Games on Tablets at McDonald’s

McDonald’s is installing tablets across the majority of its UK restaurants, as part of an ongoing effort to be a step ahead of smaller businesses when it comes to ideas engagement and technology. How are you using gamification to engage customers?

McDonald’s customers will be able to play games, interact on social media and browse the web on Samsung Galaxy tablets; following an “extremely popular” trial during its ‘Experience The Future’ programme, the biggest operational shift in the fast food chain’s 41-year history.

Doug Baker, head of IT restaurant solutions and service at McDonald’s UK, said: “Technology has an important role to play… in our customers’ eating out experience, so the changes we’re making as part of the ‘Experience of the Future’ programme bring us closer to the way people live their lives today.”

“Technology has an important role to play in all walks of life, including our customers’ eating out experience, so the changes we’re making as part of the ‘Experience of the Future’ programme bring us closer to the way people live their lives today. We pride ourselves on listening to customers and providing an outstanding experience; innovations such as tablets help provide this experience and have been extremely popular with customers.”

Tech firm SOTI – which partnered with McDonald’s to launch the tablets – said the decision highlighted an ‘increasing trend’ of retailers using technology to offer unique customer experiences.

Contact Loyalty Games today to learn more about introducing custom mobile games for your customers to play, whilst at your restaurant or on-the-go.

 

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Games are for Casual Restaurants – that don’t offer knives and forks!

Mobile games are the best fit for casual restaurants and cafes that serve food which doesn’t require a knife and fork.

The following foods are typically the most suitable for a game:

  • burgers
  • hot dogs
  • frozen yogurt / ice cream
  • milkshake
  • pizza
  • doughnuts
  • burritos / tacos
  • dessert
  • cupcakes
  • wings
  • chicken
  • juice / smoothies
  • salad
  • bagels
  • subs / sandwiches
  • cookies
  • fast food
  • pretzels
  • waffles
  • meatballs
  • bbq
  • mac n cheese
  • pie
  • chocolate
  • soup
  • pancakes
  • crepes
  • candy
  • nuts
  • fries
  • wraps
  • ice pops
  • sushi
  • dumplings
  • noodles

Those foods are a great fit when served up in a fun and modern way, since the game then matches the perspective of the business; whilst their customers associate their brand with having a fun experience. Casual restaurant marketing ought to be more fun and engaging.

As for the types of food business owners; Millennials or those that play games are always the most receptive to the idea of creating a mobile game for their audience, since they are more likely to ‘get’ how a game will impact on their customers. 

Contact us today to learn more about creating a mobile game for your casual restaurant.

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Mobile Games for Burger Joints

Here’s why mobile games and burger joints are a great fit:

  • Burgers are fun and can be a challenge
  • People eat burgers socially without worrying about the consequences of eating something that’s never top of the list on any diet program
  • There’s an endless array of burger joints in any given city, making it vital for marketing to stand out in the crowd

With your own-branded burger mobile game, fully re-designed, based an already proven and previously ‘trending’ mobile game, you’ll do something your direct competitors aren’t by engaging your audience. Many that play the game will get addicted to it, enjoying the entertainment your company has provided in their spare time while competing to earn free or discounted food and drinks. You’ll set the rewards with input from our experience and can alter them at any time if you feel that you’ve been too generous or stingy.

For example, for those that achieve a high score, you might offer free fries to groups of 2 of more than spend at least $10 only on Monday-Thursday. Importantly, when a high score is achieved, the user will have to enter the restaurant to claim the prize quickly as the live game will disappear once the user switches off their phone or force closes the app. Resetting this live game upon claiming the reward ensures that it’s only redeemed once. The other form could be to offer a prize each week to the person at the top of the leaderboard, replicating the success of the mayor concept pioneered by Foursquare.

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