Day 82 – Jrump
Donald Jrump has destroyed Earth. With his work now done, draw walls, escape politicians and make the galaxy great again. The year is 2017. Following Donald Jrump’s successful bid at the 2016 US election, international borders have closed up, global warming research has halted and brick sales have increased at a staggering rate. With the world now in utter chaos and his tiny hands growing increasingly sweaty, it’s time for Donald to leave to make the Galaxy great again. How? By jumping on his favourite things in the world… Walls!
This game really does sum up the world we now live in. Whether or not it is for better or worse, people now have the freedom and liberties which enable them to create a game in which a world leader is flying through the air. Trump has been mocked throughout his presidency, and this game just takes it one step further. Personally though, I say it’s bloody hilarious.
Of course with runner type games like this there are many obstacles to overcome, and with this game every single thing is an insult against Trump; be it, the walls on which he lands, the Mexicans falling from the sky, or the other leaders trying to knock you over on their jetpacks. Jrump truly is a game full of crazy, and while I wouldn’t normally take pleasure in helping the president, it feels good to be Jrump.
The graphics of this game are very good, and the likenesses of each character are very clear thanks to this. Each region of the US which you unlock has a unique design, all parodies of their real-life look. There is plenty to do in terms of unlocking new areas and Trumps (the best part really) and reaching new heights, but there are no other game modes so it is not particularly varied.
Editors Note: Not sure what the ’90 Day Challenge’ is all about? Take a read of this blog post, and all will become clearer.
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