A Communist game!

No, I don’t mean Tetris. Nor do I mean most of the city-building games, such as the Caesar series, where every building is built by, and owned by, the State (have you ever noticed that?).

I mean a game about Communism. A game that promotes it. Made in China.

If you think this is a joke, here’s the article: Game aims to make vintage Communism a hit with children.

To advance in this game, players won’t gun down their enemies. They’ll mend socks, lots of them, and gain points by getting appreciation letters for doing good deeds such as helping old ladies home in a rainstorm and stopping people from spitting on the sidewalk. The prize is a signed virtual copy of Mao Tse-tung’s Little Red Book.

I’d actually like to see it, though I’m sure it’ll be in Chinese…

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5 Responses to “A Communist game!”

  1. Nicholas says:

    Honestly, it doens’t sound half bad! I might try it if it comes out in English, on the off chance it does.

  2. Tim says:

    It’s actually Mao Zedong…but what you said works, too…

    As a communist…I believe that life would be soooo much better with communism!! Democracy sucks…corrupt leaders…paid lobbyists…I live in the USA, and I hate the system we have!! This game seems to have no really purpose than to teach about the perfection of Communism!! I love it!!!!

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