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Posted by Triforce on Sun, September 14th, 2008 at 09:22 - 7 Comments
 
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Features
- Music by will.i.am (Black Eyed Peas)
- 4 difficulty levels
- Randomly-generated patterns for extra replayability
- Rumble Pak support

Why?
I'm intrigued by the idea of a game focusing on one specific moment in time, and there's not many politically-themed DS homebrew games out there :)

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ZombiePuppy Brazil

  Sun, September 14th, 2008 at 15:22
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Huh.
In before shitstorm political discussion and USA haters.

Seems pretty fun, but the topic will scare LOTS of people away.
 
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pacman Netherlands

  Sun, September 14th, 2008 at 20:13
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Barack "hussein" Obama's preacher is a racist.




 
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samfreak United States

  Sun, September 14th, 2008 at 20:20
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lol, we need a good president, but we haven't seen one of those in a long time.
i don't think we will any time soon.
 
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BigD145 United States

  Sun, September 14th, 2008 at 21:47
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pacman on Sun, September 14th, 2008 at 20:13 [¬Ľ]

Barack "hussein" Obama's preacher is a racist.



I knew this one guy that was racist. I'm pretty sure I wouldn't put him on my cabinet if I were to be president.

Interesting homebrew, though.
 
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Smatchmo United States

  Sun, September 14th, 2008 at 23:15
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I'm intrigued by the idea of a game focusing on one specific moment in time, and there's not many politically-themed DS homebrew games out there


A much appreciated, nicely put together game, and I do hope we see more politically-themed games in the future.


My suggestions for a McCain game:

**Nintend[P]O[Ws]. (Nintendogs clone)
Players can own and torture interrogate their very own POW. This could really take advantage of the touch screen functionality.

**Craving Craving Mistress!
A Wifi multiplayer Hungry Hungry Hippos clone but with John McCain's 2nd wife (Cindy, not the 1st one who he cheated on and divorced while she was recovering from a serious, disfiguring car accident) instead of hippos where users must try gobbling up the most painkillers instead of marbles.



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XDelusion United States

  Mon, September 15th, 2008 at 03:46
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Now we just need equal representation I.E. something like this with the sayings of Ron Paul, Ralph Nader, Cynthia McKinney, Chuck Baldwin, and other unsung, anti-yes man, anti-consolidated media/government, pro-personal and national sovereignty, presidential candidates.

It seems silly to me to release a home brew in honor of one of those backed by corporate funding and international private interests. That's what Tell-lie-Vision is for.

But to each there own, it takes time for each individual to awaken to to life's sometimes harsh and ironic realities.

Nice app though! Would be interesting to see this adapted to the Saying of Jesus also!


As for a McCain game, I'm all up for the two above mentioned concepts, or we could just as well make that our of DOOM. Merely replace DOOM guy with McCain, and the demons with anything that is just, and right, and noble. For instance, McCain was one of the Arizona politicians who voted not to recognize Martin Luther King day as a holiday (though ironically he came out and made a public apology last year "i only wonder why, political marketing perhaps?"). So you could feature the likes of Dr. King, Ron Paul, hell even Jesus as the enemy because McCain and most certainly his 50% plastic, pill popping wife in no way remind me of Jesus or his teachings.

Oh yes, and we should most certainly feature the mentally and physically challenged as enemies as well, not to mention school children, as I noticed during my time in Arizona that McCain seemed fond of shutting down schools, and removing state aided programs from the mentally and physically challenged to compensate for the State's investment and losses in there new sporting arena. At least that's the reason I was told. What ever the reason, it's EVIL EVIL EVIL!

Ok, end of political rant. :)

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Gifted1 United States

  Mon, September 15th, 2008 at 22:25
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XDelusion on Mon, September 15th, 2008 at 03:46 [¬Ľ]

Now we just need equal representation I.E. something like this with the sayings of Ron Paul, Ralph Nader, Cynthia McKinney, Chuck Baldwin, and other unsung, anti-yes man, anti-consolidated media/government, pro-personal and national sovereignty, presidential candidates.

It seems silly to me to release a home brew in honor of one of those backed by corporate funding and international private interests. That's what Tell-lie-Vision is for.

But to each there own, it takes time for each individual to awaken to to life's sometimes harsh and ironic realities.

Nice app though! Would be interesting to see this adapted to the Saying of Jesus also!


As for a McCain game, I'm all up for the two above mentioned concepts, or we could just as well make that our of DOOM. Merely replace DOOM guy with McCain, and the demons with anything that is just, and right, and noble. For instance, McCain was one of the Arizona politicians who voted not to recognize Martin Luther King day as a holiday (though ironically he came out and made a public apology last year "i only wonder why, political marketing perhaps?"). So you could feature the likes of Dr. King, Ron Paul, hell even Jesus as the enemy because McCain and most certainly his 50% plastic, pill popping wife in no way remind me of Jesus or his teachings.

Oh yes, and we should most certainly feature the mentally and physically challenged as enemies as well, not to mention school children, as I noticed during my time in Arizona that McCain seemed fond of shutting down schools, and removing state aided programs from the mentally and physically challenged to compensate for the State's investment and losses in there new sporting arena. At least that's the reason I was told. What ever the reason, it's EVIL EVIL EVIL!

Ok, end of political rant. :)


YES! Good post!
:D
 
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