Cashier games are a fun way to practice your ability to work under pressure while dealing with hasty customers. You can practice your addition and subtraction skills as you are trying to calculate the correct amount of change. Cashier games are simple online flash applications but can be difficult to find, as they constitute a very small game genre.
"SpongeBob Krusty Cashier"
Assume the role of SpongeBob SquarePants (at 211games.com), who became a replacement cashier (as the role belongs to Squidward Tentacles). Your duty is to guide Spongebob's finger over the buttons and do the operations displayed on the cash register. As you advance to higher levels, the operations become more and more difficult. Do not let customers wait in line for long and don't make many mistakes; otherwise, Mr. Krabbs (the shop's owner) won't pay you at the end of the day.
"Ca$h Out" by MrNussbaum.com (at mrnussbaum.com) puts you behind the cash register to provide your services to animal customers. Before you start the game, you can choose between three difficulty levels. The animals tell you exactly how much change you owe, then your only task is to click on the correct bank notes and coins to accumulate the amount.
"The Change Game"
"The Change Game" by the BBC (at bbc.co.uk) resembles the aforementioned cashier games, as the main purpose is to handle money. However, this time you must follow the entire process, from receiving the money to making the mental subtraction with the amount displayed on the cash register and giving back the correct change. After you have dragged the change to the customer's palm, press "Enter" on the cash register to move on to the next customer. As this is a British flash game, you have to work with denominations of the British pound.
Fast Food Cashier
Cooking Games' "Fast Food Cashier" (at cashier-games.cooking-games.biz) is different that the rest of the genre's titles, as your virtual job does not involve handling money. Instead, you must check the customer's order and press the corresponding buttons on your keyboard, as displayed on the cash register. For example, the milkshake corresponds to key "5" and the burger to "2." Therefore, when a customer wants two burgers and a milkshake, you press 2, 2, 5. Customers are extremely hasty, so you must press the buttons quickly to avoid losing them.
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