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Submitted by WelshPixie 948d ago | interview

Cartoonist Zapiro turns his political satire to gaming

MWEB Gamezone - Y'know Zapiro, that political cartoonist who's probably the most-hated man in ANC's world? Well, he's making a mobile game. Or, more accurately, his digital publishing company have decided that Facebook and Twitter pages aren't enough and that they should extend the Zapiro brand by pushing out a few more digital products with Zapiro's name on them. First on the list is Zafari, a mobile god-game where players get to interact with Zapiro's beloved characters. (Culture, Mobile)

schmoe  +   948d ago
he is a national treasure
HanCilliers  +   948d ago
Must say, I would love to see a game from him, but I agree with the writer, the platform for crowding is not gonna work. Pity
PandaMcBearface  +   948d ago
I would play Zafari. I am interested to see what a mobile game about political satire would be like.

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