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Apple App Store Rejects Satirical Clinton Game Deemed 'Offensive,' Despite Dozens Of Anti-Trump Games - Breitbart
Apple has refused to publish a political satire game criticizing Hillary Clinton’s email deletion, after branding the game “offensive."

“Capitol HillAwry,” created by Base 10 Games, describes itself as “a political satirical game where the objective is to collect as much money through email donations as possible while maintaining a decent approval rating in the polls”.

Once you have booted up your server you will begin to receive various emails and spam. It is your objective to delete any confidential information off of the server by swiping the emails to the right. Removing confidential emails will improve your poll rating. You will also receive political donor emails, which will help earn you money. Be sure to swipe those to the left to respond. The more donations you take, the more your poll rating will go down and if you do nothing with the emails, they will eventually expire and have consequences.


Despite labeling the Clinton email satire game as “mean spirited” and “offensive”, dozens of anti-Donald Trump games can be seen on the app store featuring highly graphic content.

“Trump Dump” is a game where the Republican presidential candidate is literally portrayed as a giant lump of faeces, and it’s been downloaded over a million times.

“Dump on Trump Twisty Wheel Edition” and “Dump on Trump Bird” are also published on the store, both featuring Trump being coated in bodily fluids one way or another.

A game featuring Trump where you have to avoid being pelted by fruit, and another app where you can punch the presidential candidate in the face are also available to download.



Siamés Escalante



I can’t believe I actually finished it 0: 0:

This is the rough coloured version of this animatic. It took me 6 days, of which 4 were spent on colours (goddang, does colouring take forever–and the colours aren’t even properly cleaned up).

If I’d had the patience, I’d have animated it on 2s, but this was just meant to be a fun personal project. Enjoy! The song’s one of my all time favourites.

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[Installation view of Sturtevant: Double Trouble, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, November 9, 2014–February 22, 2015. Shown: Sturtevant. Study for Lichtenstein’s Happy Tears. 1967–68. Oil and graphite on canvas. Glenstone. © Estate Sturtevant, Paris. Photo: Scott Rudd]