Presidential street fight: the gameFebruary 25th, 2011, Posted In Games,
Elections bore me to tears. They’re so dull, and so predictable. I mean it’s just a bunch of old, over paid men making promises that they can’t keep – EVERYTIME. Nothing new really happens, and yet they expect us to get all hyped and excited about another mong being given the reigns to the world? (President Bush anyone!?)
Except the 2008 elections where different, Obama emerged out of nowhere and took the world by storm. It was weird because this guy wasn’t ugly and he wasn’t fat. He was also black, but I didn’t care about that very much. Don’t get me wrong, it was a pinnacle moment in history, but to me the policies that you plan to implement are far more important than the colour of your skin.
Anyway I thought they should have done something slightly different for that election. Instead of debates, Obama and McCain should have been made to battle – gladiator style. Obviously this didn’t happen and it never will (pfft!), so I guess I’ll just have to be content with Presidential street fight: the game.
You start off by choosing who you want to play – Obama or McCain. Then your objective is to defeat the other candidate by blasting them with you’re err… strange gun that shoots coloured balls, picture frames and other random stuff. Be mindful of the wind gauge at the top though; as it’ll affect the distance of your attack. Other than that the game is very simple, there really isn’t very much else to say about it. Except maybe aim well, watch the wind and don’t die.
Rules for life really.