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Feb 18, 2005 | 10:33 AM EST

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12/30/06 - Happy holidays! Here's a cheat I neglected to share during the two years since I uploaded this game: pope.

Trouble finding cheats? Here you go:
unmasked
east coast rage
4 moore years
ass
shit

Update: I was a fool to think people would get the point. That's how 'art' goes, I suppose. There's a disclaimer of some sort at the beginning.

Let's face it, the American people aren't going to remember and fear the latest beheadings forever. You and a buddy, armed with a camera and a dull sword, set out to put the American people back in their place...

Are you a bad enough dude to get it done before the battery runs out?

Note: If you don't see anything after the preloader, right click and select play. Once it's in the cache/temporary internet files, it should work properly every time.

Reviews


TabrisMacbethTabrisMacbeth

Rated 5 / 5 stars

-10 Million Zillion Ba-Tra-Nillion Stars!

On behalf of the American people, WE'S GOTS FREEDOM! I AM A W00T!
How dare you question our obvious superiority! We're told we have freedom, so not only must it be true (lies and falsehood are a liberal Jew myth, by the way), but that makes us better than everyone else! Also, we have guns and Bibles, which makes us right on both a physical AND spiritual level! Humility and questioning our dominance is for the gays, which we aren't! Seriously! We're totally secure with our sexuality, which is why we can't stop calling every fuckin' thing in the world gay!
Now if you excuse me, I'm off to support the troops we collectively hold ownership over by placing a bumper sticker on my truck! THAT will surely protect them from explosions, offer them speedy recovery in our urine-free hospitals, and keep them from dying under bridges! No, really! Bumper stickers really DO support those hundreds of thousands of homeless war veterans, some of which are dying under bridges while a bunch of writers are having a temper tantrum! I mean, not dying! Because the bumper stickers...they grant immortality! Yeah! And...they aren't homeless, either!
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...9/11!

-Tabris



Kenpachi123Kenpachi123

Rated 0 / 5 stars

-100 stars

WOW THIS SUCKS. Even though I love violence, blood, death and killing, THIS SUCKED
this should be redone OR taken off of NG.



boyhuntboyhunt

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

dude...

dude.... you SHOULD make a game called shoot the bastards that 5 masked men from al qaeda's. And this game is terrible wrong!



BoinkuBoinku

Rated 5 / 5 stars

O_o

WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS SHIT?!



StenitzerStenitzer

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Mmmmm, controversy.

I'm a citizen of the US myself. My opinion? I'm ashamed of my country for the actions of its leaders. I'm ashamed for my kinsmen for electing them. The beheadings of soldiers by freedom fighters in Iraq is every bit as justified as the torture of POWs by Americans in Abu Ghraib; that is to say that neither is justified at all. Both factions have become equally guilty of atrocities against mankind. Regardless, I feel that the citizens of the US are ultimately responsible, as they chose to elect and re-elect a murderer despite obvious evidence of war crimes.

Perhaps it is harder for American citizens to see that they are doing a major injustice to the world allowing this international criminal to remain in power democratically. Abraham Lincoln once said, "This country, with its institutions, belongs to the people who inhabit it. Whenever they shall grow weary of the existing Government, they can exercise their constitutional right of amending it or their revolutionary right to dismember or overthrow it." Just as he suggests we are entitled to do, I believe this is the only legitimate course of action for dealing with this criminal and the corrupt officials he surrounds himself with.

This game made me smile, even laugh once I had the unmasked cheat on. What I'd really like to see is Lynndie England being decapitated, but I guess that's a little much to ask for. Or maybe I'll have to animate that one for myself. I'm glad you chose to confront what is, in the US, the unmentionable. I'm interested: what country are you from?


Reverend-Kyle responds:

I'm from Canada... close enough to have some idea of what's going on and far enough away for my opinion to not matter.

I think it's nice to see such an opinion expressed in a review. I mean, many people say that they support the president merely because he is the president and 'deserves' their respect.

The United States (as far as I can tell) was built on a revolution that was about disconnecting itself from tyrants. But what has the United States become?

Oh well...