Dairy Queen management summed up in children's PC game
Screenshots courtesy of Big Fish Games
Overworked and sticky Dairy Queen managers will get a kick out of this. Their lives have been simplified into a super fun and silly kids computer game. Making dilly bars, dealing with finances and bossing immature teenage girls around is just as easy as a click of a button.
The game, DQ Tycoon, debuted at Target today.
DQ Tycoon was developed by Burnsville, Minn.-based GameMill Entertainment and Raleigh, N.C.-based Spark Plug Games in partnership with Edina, Minn.-based American Dairy Queen Corp, according to Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal. The game sounds fun and all, but we'd be really enticed to buy it if employees were allowed to fill up the store's utility sinks for sexy bath time. Just like KFC!
Photo courtesy of Bump Shack
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