Video game allows player to “disinfect” cities of anti-lockdown protesters and “save lives” by blowing them up with thermite grenades

 Video gamers who support the government’s fascist Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) dictates have a new opportunity to murder those who oppose lockdowns, face masks, and “vaccines” – at least digitally.

The Steam gaming platform has made available to its users a three-minute, first-person-shooter video game called “STAYHOMER” that has one simple objective: to blow up as many anti-lockdown protesters as you can with thermite grenades.

The setting is cast in the streets of Tokyo, where a large contingent of protesters has gathered to oppose the government’s stay-at-home orders for the Fauci Flu. The job of the protagonist is to blast the crowd with “disinfectant,” also known as deadly grenades that will “purify” them all into non-existence.

In order to help “save lives” and “flatten the curve,” the first-person player is tasked with using a thermite grenade launcher to blast the anti-lockdown crowd with deadly chemicals, ridding them all of the Chinese Virus – and their lives.

“The achievement rate depends on how many people you disinfect in time,” the video game’s description explains. “This game contains 3 endings, which are determined by the achievement rate.”

For just $2.99, video game players can unleash their rage against these fictitious characters who oppose medical fascism, possibly driving their own real-life hatred against “anti-maskers” and others who support freedom.

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Author: HP McLovincraft

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