Skip to comments.DURKA 3D: DIE WITH LAUGHTER AS ACTION-PACKED 3D SHOOTER VIDEO GAME LETS YOU LIBERATE IRAN
Posted on 05/21/2009 3:57:05 PM PDT by CaliFReeper1
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DURKA 3D: THE FALL OF AHMADINEJAD: DIE WITH LAUGHTER AS ACTION-PACKED 3D SHOOTER VIDEO GAME LETS YOU LIBERATE A NATION
25-Year-Old Creator of Smash Hits Quest for Saddam, and Quest for Al-Qaeda Returns with Bitingly Satirical Ahmadinejad Game for Immediate Online Download
(LOS ANGELES)-Petrilla Entertainment, best known for generating a remarkable two million downloads for its original Quest for Al-Qa'eda game, followed by its sequel Quest For Saddam, today released a third, more sophisticated PC-based, multilevel 3D shooter game with the same style of satirical humor that made its predecessor titles such smash hits.
Durka 3d: The Fall of Ahmadinejad is a full-fledged fast-action shooter that lets the user hunt down the Iranian dictator in a truly new kind of videogame, where successful game-play is further rewarded with hysterical one-liners and outrageous scenes.
Durka 3d is immediately available to download online for $9.95 at http://www.Durka3d.com.
The game places the player in the center of Iran. As they battle against the Revolutionary Guard, and survive the fast-action excitement, players are doubly rewarded with surprise gags and absurdities. Scenes include bunkers filled with crates labeled Not a crate destined for Iraqi insurgents, or missiles that say Made in Russia, as well as battles where the enemy hurls insults at you in gibbirish. The settings are richly drawn, realistic palaces, tunnels, bunkers, palaces, Middle Eastern landscapes and battle fields.
"Durka 3d goes beyond the politics surrounding the conflict," notes Jesse Petrilla, founder of Petrilla Entertainment. "I created Durka 3d to attack a tyrant with Saturday Night Live type satire to relieve some of the stress many of us share."
$9.95....what, no free trial?:)
I hope this guy didn’t invest his family fortune in creating this game. Israel may soon consign to distant memory the threat from Iran generally and Ahmadinejad specifically.
Wonder if it will run under Wine?
How much of that $9.95 is going to FR for the free advertising?
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