Game developers out of New Zealand beat Amazon’s Jeff Bezos to the goal of sending Donald Trump to space with a new mobile game called “Jrump.”
According to the folks at Oddyboy and AppArcanum, the year is 2017 and “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. With the world now in utter chaos and his tiny hands growing increasingly sweaty, it’s time for Donald to leave to make the Galaxy great again. How? By jumping on his favorite things in the world … walls!”
Players have to swipe in order to build the walls that Jrump climbs to reach outer space. Along the way there are Mexicans, global warming scientists, jetpack-strapped politicians and aliens to contend with.
Jrump also has to watch out for likenesses of Democratic presidential rival Hillary Clinton, President Obama, and Sen. Bernie Sanders.
The only thing missing is Bezos, who after finally getting Trump to dump on him on Twitter, famously tweeted back last December that he was reserving a seat on his Blue Origin rocket for the Republican presidential candidate.
— Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) December 7, 2015
A video trailer for the game, which has a less-than-refined “South Park” feel, manages to look and sound like the real Trump.
“This game is gonna be yuuuuuuuge,” Jrump says. “Frankly, if you don’t download it, you’re a loser.”