Kim Jong-Un game ‘Dear Leader’ lets players take over the world as the North Korean dictator

Kim Jong-Un game ‘Dear Leader’ lets players take over the world as the North Korean dictator
May 17 09:19 2017 Print This Article

A new mobile game has players take control of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and fight to protect his country, the “happiest place on Earth”.

The firmly tongue-in-cheek game grants the trigger-happy dictator a slew of weaponry to use. And there are a range of other characters to play as, including a bizarre laser-shooting llama.

It has been developed by Hong Kong-based studio Uglysoft and will be available for free on iOS and Android devices.

Although the game doesn’t have an official release date yet, it will be launched “on a precise day of his choosing in June 2017”.

“Comrade Kim Jong-un, in his infinite wisdom, has appointed Hong Kong developer Uglysoft to create the game, commemorating the heroic victory of his father, our blessed leader Kim-Jong- il against the evil demonic forces of the Rapture that broke out in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) in 2011,” explain the game’s developers.

“Under the guidance of our glorious leader Kim Jong-il and Prince Kim Jong-un, we vigilantly fought back and saved humanity from annihilation with the mightiest of soldiers in our People’s Army. This included the most arcane, stealthy, and upright of DPRK’s shamans, ninjas, and engineers as well as some fearsome laser-shooting llamas with trees on their backs.”

North Korea’s secretive regime and the heroics ascribed to its leaders have been rich fodder for mobile game developers.

A previous game, released in 2015, let you play a round of golf as the dictator – where it was impossible not to score a hole-in-one.

That game made reference to Kim’s father Kim Jong-Il, who famously picked up a golf club in the 1990s for the first time in his life and scored an INCREDIBLE 11 holes-in-one in an 18-hole golf course.

At least, that’s what the North Korean state news agency said at the time.

This record-breaking achievement was witnessed by 17 security guards.

Satisfied with the round, Kim immediately retired from the game – leaving the likes of Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia trailing behind forever more.

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