‘Supper Stacker' is a game in which you play the role of a waiter. The game is going on in a beautiful and vintage restaurant in the outskirts of the town. The game requires you to correctly judge the timing of your mouse click therefore is intellectual in nature. Clicking on ‘help' in the main menu will provide a summary of the game regarding its objective.
The objective of the game is to catch and stack the food items falling from the top of your restaurant. As soon as you start the game, you will see many food items moving horizontally from right to left, then left to right and so on. They include coffee, cheese, hot dog, hamburger, corn, etc. You have to click at any point of the screen to make the moving item fall downwards. Be careful with the timing of your click as the item should land in the plate. When an item has been successfully placed in the plate, try to place the subsequent ones in the middle of the food item on top. In this way, you have to place the items one over the other without causing them to fall down.
You can spill up to twenty food items in the game. If you click and cause the item to fall in wrong areas resulting in wastage of such item, one spillage will be reduced. Also in the long course of game, the items already in the plate may tilt and tumble down resulting from misplacement of items. In such a case also, the remaining spillages gets reduced by the number of falling items.
On left side of the screen, a scale is shown with an initial value of zero to measure the height of the stack. Try to create a high stack of food items. Each time a new height is achieved, the scale will record that point and retain that measure until it has been exceeded. Try to maximize the measurement to the extent it is possible for the reason that it can be submitted online. So try hard to make your name displayed on top of the list.