Thursday, 2 August 2007

Shoot to kill

An online game in China that allows players to eradicate corrupt officials has proved so popular its website has crashed, state media reports.

Since its launch eight days ago, the game, "Incorruptible Fighter", is reported to have been downloaded more than 100,000 times.

The game was devised by a regional government in east China to highlight the problems of corrupt officialdom.


"Incorruptible Fighter" allows players to get ahead by killing and torturing corrupt officials, while assisting the upstanding ones.

Perhaps we could have a similar game here. There would be something wonderfully cathartic about pumping such corrupt lowlife as Peter Mandelson and Keith Vaz full of holes. Virtual holes, obviously...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Why not the entire scum, ere, - labour cabinet, every imam, or whatever they call themselves, and every mosque.
Virtually, of course. (smile)