Acrued Insolence’s Crackpot Despot: Trump Warfare is scheduled to release at some point this August. The release date is still up in the air, and that likely means because it’s a game being withheld for Valve’s upcoming filter, but the content and intent of Crackpot Despot is all too clear.
The game sees you taking on the role of Don Flan, making his way across the border to reunite with his family while riding on his flying toilet. The description of the game is likely designed to trigger everyone across the political spectrum, as it reads…
“Your mission is to help Don Flan make it across the border to reunite with his family after being forcibly separated from them under Trump’s disastrous new immigration policy!
”Getting over the Wall won’t be easy though… To aid him in his journey he has constructed a make-shift hot air balloon powered by his very own farts! But that won’t be enough to avoid all of the obstacles and defenses he’ll encounter. Luckily, he’s got Montezuma’s Bazooka which allows him to fire a steady supply of rancid burritos at all those who would stand in his way.”
Don Flan will have to fight his way past Fox News propaganda vans, which can turn into Transformers, as well as fight off other Right-leaning pundits, the U.S. Air Force, and beauty queens.
This is definitely some low-effort troll bait.
You’ll need to collect a bunch of frijoles to keep Don Flan farting fitfully into his hot air balloon, while also attempting to deface Mt. Rushmore, which has been remade in the image of Donald, Eric, Donald Jr., and Ivanka Trump.
I’m sure some Leftist will complain about the game being racist towards Mexicans, and obviously those on the Right will employ umbrage with the pro-illegal immigration stance. I imagine most others will likely want to avoid it due to it looking like a troll game.
Given that Valve recently banned Gay Nation: A Gay Game For Gays from Steam for “trolling”, one must wonder if Valve will do the same for Crackpot Despot: Trump Warfare?
You can learn more about the game by visiting the Steam store page.
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