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Donald Trump gets the mobile game everyone imagined, and it’s amazing

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The historically unusual 2016 U.S. presidential race has turned into a kind of reality show, so it’s only natural that one of its central figures, Donald Trump, now has a mobile game dedicated to his character.

Released on Friday, Jrump is a mobile game that challenges you to build walls (yes, really) that help a character that looks remarkably like Trump to jump higher and higher into the sky and eventually into outer space as he attempts to “make the galaxy great again.” 

Along the way, he is attacked by adversaries including jet pack-wearing Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Kim Jong Un and President Barack Obama. Of course, neither Trump nor his adversaries are identified by name in the game (the central character is named “Donald Jrump”), but it’s fairly obvious who’s who based on the theme.  Read more…

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