glorious leader videogame

Kill Capitalists as Kim Jong-un in “Glorious Leader!”

Have you ever wanted to be North Korea’s insane sociopathic leader, Kim Jong-un? No? Well, regardless, the chance to do so will be available soon, thanks to Atlanta game developer Moneyhorse Games.

“Glorious Leader!” is a new video game starring Kim Jong-un as the hero of a futuristic invasion of the United States. Players assume the role of the North Korean leader, killing capitalist pigs through seven different levels, while riding royal unicorns along the way. Those of you who want some sidekick action can anticipate best friend Dennis Rodman to make an appearance, as seen in a couple of screenshots from the company’s press release.

The company ensures that “Glorious Leader!” isn’t some PR stunt, stating they “did not choose to make a project about North Korea,” but rather were chosen by North Korea themselves. The game was a “chance of a lifetime to bring light to the West from his Holiness’ eternal flame.”

Peep the game’s teaser trailer up in the player above and check out screenshots of the work-in-progress game below. You can definitely expect “Glorious Leader!” to cause some political controversy in the near future. The game will be available for PC and mobile devices, however, no release date has been announced.




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