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Canterbury Academy students publish UKIP satire videogame

Canterbury Times by Tim Bates | Monday, 22 December 2014 | Click here for original article


The FonGames team who created the game (l-r: James DuPreez, Joe Brown and John Brown)
The FonGames team who created the game (l-r: James DuPreez, Joe Brown and John Brown)

A group of Canterbury Academy students have released a video game satirising UKIP. According to the boys, UKIK casts the player as “the fictional Nicholas Fromage”, who stands on the White Cliffs of Dover, kicking immigrants out of the country, to save the UK economy. If the player fails to kick ...

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