After his precedency, George “Dubya” Bush moved on to his next great pursuit in life—selling hot dogs to hungry New Yorkers. Of course, having been president and all, that meant that business would not be slow, especially considering that old George Dubya has the tastiest dogs in all the east. In Hot Dog Bush, a fast-paced simulation/management game, you spend the days as our former president bringing hot dogs to the hungry mouths that so crave them. Drop the bun, grill the dog, slap some ketch-up on it, or other condiments, and then hand it out to a hungry patron of the dogs.
Your goal is to get the food to the customer as quickly as possible, and then collect the cash. The longer you take, the less they pay—capitalism at its best. Ultimately though, this is a mouse-driven click fest. Things will start out easy enough, but as you progress, the customers will ask for more and more complicated orders, and if you mess it up—or take too long—they sure won’t be happy.