This North Korea Parody Features Kim Jong-un in a Retro Video Game

By: Alyson Wyers - Published: May 15, 2014 • References: moneyhorsegames & mashable
This North Korea parody takes the form of an old school styled video game. Produced by Moneyhorse Games, the satirical Glorious Leader! allows you to play as totalitarian leader Kim Jong-un.

Similar to his real life, the Kim Jong-un character gets to ride fire trail-leaving unicorns, play basketball with pal Dennis Rodman and take on the United States army. This new video game trailer shows the Supreme Leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea run through Pyongyang, taking down enemies with semi-automatic weapons. The North Korea parody is being described by Moneyhorse Games as "an epic tale about the triumph of Kim Jong-un over the entire American army."

The game will be released later this year in PC and mobile forms. Stats for Satirical Supreme Leader Games Trending: Older & Mild
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