Sunday, July 24, 2011
Tea Party Announces "Non-Educational" Games
The Tea Party movement has jumped into the gaming culture with their announcement of a series of "non-educational" games. A fervent supporter of the movement, ex-talk show host Glenn Beck, says gamers don't need any more educational games. "I am a prime example of a great non-education, and it ain't done me no harm.."
Fox Games, who is developing the series, offers this. "We will admit that it is our goal to abolish educational games in favor of our non-educational games, because the people that we follow clearly demonstrate that it doesn't take knowledge to succeed."
Michele Bachmann offered this testimonial for the new games. "History has taught us, and we need to put a stop to that. This is the first step..."
Expect such titles as "Obama: Combat The Evil", "Rid The World of Teachers", and "Save The Wealthy"...