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DescriptionMr Bush, president of the United States of America, is daydreaming in his Oval Office. The player needs to help him collect imaginary pieces of evidence about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq by bouncing a beach ball towards the pieces. The game is shown from a fixed, non-scrolling side view and Mr Bush can move left and right, and jump to get the ball in the air. Extra points are awarded for collecting a piece while bouncing against the wall or the ceiling. The player starts with 5 lives and each time the ball hits the floor, a life is lost.
The game's theme is a jab at the US administration's motivation to start the Iraq War in 2003, for which the rationale was the presence of weapons of mass destruction, while no evidence was found after the invasion.
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- Daydreaming in the Oval Office -- Product page on the developer's website where the game can be downloaded, free of charge.
Sciere (228102) added Daydreaming in the Oval Office (Windows) on Jul 02, 2007
Billy Murray (performer - recorded 06 February 1906), The song is in public domain.The score screen background is based on a photo by:
Thomas Hawk, Photograph under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 -license.The following public domain photographs are used::
Paul Morse (20061011‑5 p101106pm-133jpg-772v.jpg), OvalFloor.jpg, United_States_Bill_of_Rights.jpgPhysics model is based on tutorials by:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bB-Q4ce3m8&NR, Experimental Gameplay ProjectDadreaming in the Oval Office uses:
SDL, SDL_Image, SDL_Mixer, SDL_RotoZoom