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Hot Dog Bush

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rated 4.07 / 5 stars
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Simulation - Job
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georgebush

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Dec 1, 2007 | 1:10 AM EST

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Ever wonder what President George "Dubya" Bush will be doing once he leaves the White House? Well, we wondered too and voted for him to run a hot dog stand, in the city that never sleeps - New York! In this totally addictive, deliciously fast-paced time management game brought to you by 2DPlay - Help the President cook and serve up sizzling hot dogs, burgers and fries to all kinds of customers. Start in the Bronx and move up to Wall St. while meeting daily cash goals. Chomp down on hours of fun game play in 5 different locations... AND we've super sized the game with a surprise location just for laughs! Uncle George wants YOU!!! So, don't forget to submit your high-scores and compete with other fast food fanatics around the world!

Reviews


PaladinCMLPaladinCML

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good junk food game

I liked the challenge of the game. It was a bit repetitive, but not so much so to make me loose interest not to want to finish. I think that it would have been more fun if there were cut scenes between the different locations. A good opportunity for some Bush in NY jokes. Overall, a very good job!



aaron-god-of-thunderaaron-god-of-thunder

Rated 3 / 5 stars

eh, seen it

just your average food serving game, you should add more to it to make it different, and more Dubaya'y



okaytuokaytu

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

i dont like him

i dont like him y should i make hot dogs for him i mean him
he sux balls but ur good nice game



DMBDMB

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow great game!

thats was a challenge and fun. but we all know bush could never make a hot dog! he is too retarded! LMAO!



PerfectStoryPerfectStory

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Amusingly hectic, but...

I liked the game's visuals and its overall feel, but there was something about it that just couldn't keep me interested. It would have been fairly difficult if the customers were less forgiving, but I never lost one. Granted, I only played up to about the middle of the Yankee Stadium stage; I just didn't feel like playing it anymore. Maybe it was the lack of music during stages? I think it might have been an improvement if you added grunts or sighs when a customer was getting impatient, or rewarded us with cutscenes now and again, like Pac-Man. It was amusing for a bit, but something just didn't sit right. Maybe it was that six-hour old hot dog...