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Mobile game ‘Jrump’ on Donald Trump launched

The game 'Jrump', released on Friday, by New Zealand based developers, is a mobile game that challenges players to build walls that help a character that looks like Trump to jump higher into the sky and eventually into outer space.

By: | Melbourne | Published: September 18, 2016 7:08 PM
The game 'Jrump', released on Friday, by New Zealand based developers, is a mobile game that challenges players to build walls that help a character that looks like Trump to jump higher into the sky and eventually into outer space. (AP) The game ‘Jrump’, released on Friday, by New Zealand based developers, is a mobile game that challenges players to build walls that help a character that looks like Trump to jump higher into the sky and eventually into outer space. (AP)

A new mobile game called ‘Jrump’ based on Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, has been launched for iphone and android users where they can help “President Donald Jrump escape a ruined America and make the galaxy great again”.

The game ‘Jrump’, released on Friday, by New Zealand based developers, is a mobile game that challenges players to build walls that help a character that looks like Trump to jump higher into the sky and eventually into outer space.

Along the way, he is attacked by caricatures of the US President Barack Obama, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, and Bernie Sanders, scientists on jetpacks looking to stop ‘Jrump’.

“We began to discuss how funny it would be to make a game focused around his love of walls and the apocalypse that might happen following his election,” Tom Bellamy, one of the game’s creators was quoted as saying by The Huffington Post said.

Bellamy and his team created “Jrump” in 12 weeks of “very little sleep,” but are now excited to see if Trump will play it himself.

The free game starts in 2017 in an imagined scenario in which Trump has won the race to The White House.

If players fail to achieve significant distance from Earth, Trump falls and the game ends with insults like “Weak!” and “Loser!”

“The year is 2017. Following Donald Jrump’s successful bid at the 2016 US election, international borders have closed up, global warming research has halted and brick sales have increased at a staggering rate,” the game’s website says.

“With the world now in utter chaos and his tiny hands growing increasingly sweaty, its time for Donald to leave to make the Galaxy great again. How? By jumping on his favorite things in the world… Walls!”, it says.

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