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Flappy Zuma dodging showerheads

2014-04-29 14:14
The popular game Flappy Bird was the inspiration for a South African mobile company to create a similar game featuring president Jacob Zuma.
Cape Town - South African mobile technology company Go Life has created an app based on the same premise as the uber popular Flappy Bird game, only replacing it with Number One: Jacob Zuma.

Flappy Zuma works in exactly the same way as the original Flappy Bird does, but replacing the bird with Zuma; and adding shower heads to the interface - "a nice South African touch" as the description states.

The app was released on 14 April this year and made it to the Apple app store's top charts in less than two weeks.

By tapping your finger on the device you lead the president through many obstacles, and if you complete a level you're rewarded by statements like "Victory! 'They revamped Nkandla without telling me, why should I pay?'".

The game currently has a 5-star rating in the app store.



Source: iTunes



Source: iTunes



Source: iTunes

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