I promised you I would follow up on Tony Abbott And The Quest For The Suppository Of Wisdom, and I was not going to let you down.
The first episode of the JRPG-esque parody of our former Prime Minister and all things Canberra is now available on Windows and Mac. The website says it’s available on Android and iOS as well, although it wasn’t live on either the iTunes and Google Play stores at the time of writing.
It’s available for free, and new episodes will be published on all four platforms every couple of months. The creator, Ed Smith, told the Sydney Morning Herald that the aim of the game was to just “get people interested in politics and get them engaged”, even though there’s plenty of references to laugh at:
“It’s important to be able to laugh at things that are terrible,” the game’s About page says. There’s also a snarky take on Advance Australia Fair under the title “national anathema” as well.
I haven’t fired up the episode yet, but I am looking forward to confusing Buzzfeed journalists with onions and getting into arguments with “Poor People”. It’s free, after all.
This story originally appeared on Kotaku
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