Make America Great Again, in which you assume the role of President in fighting against Islamic State who have occupied and brought destruction to areas in the Middle East.
Make America Great Again, is a different kind of game, a 2D indie game, that mixes pixel art with digital painting. At first, the user finds the commands odd, but then the game becomes surprisingly entertaining and exciting, being hit you lose and must restart the level. The fearless leader will face the Islamic State (ISIS) in different regions, and the tests of his mission increase as the game progresses. However, President counts with an infinite amount of ammo that he took from front lines of the war.
One sure thing. You will either love or hate this game!
It takes a particular skill player to defeat ISIS.
This game is just awfully bad, it's more of a flash game than a game with price really. It's replete with cartoonishly bad animations and random sound clips of Tump's voice firing off at seemingly random intervals, sometimes for long seconds after you've finished thei nteraction that triggered it. The screenshots are totally misleading, as this is not in any way resembling strategic play where you can click on stuff, but instead use your keyboard to drag the comic trump helicopter in a crooked position so its finger is pointing on the country in question. You don't use the mouse for anything other than clicking to open menus. Unless you consider random snippets of Donald Trump speeches and an occasional pop-up of Pepe to be memes, this game has no memes, and has a theme to it almost like Team America World Police without any satire or self-awareness. It's a scam of a game. The kind of thing you'd find for free on a Newgrounds type site linked off The-Donald subreddit (which is the only thing meme-related referenced). Of the description, just like Trump, only about 30% of it is truthful, and makes me think the person who wrote the description has no idea what a meme is, just no.
Make America Great Again is a bad game. It looks and feels like a budget platformer made for smartphones, only worse. In Make America Great Again, you play as cartoonish Trump with a giant head, no neck, no ability to crouch, and a shotgun with infinite ammo that fires yellow dots. You platform your way over barbed wire and oil barrel and shoot what I can only guess is members of ISIS. Nothing in the game looks like they came from the same source; everything looks like it was ripped from a different game and slapped into this hot mess. Even worse, it doesn?t look like this game was playtested. From jumps that require pixel-perfect accuracy, to enemy placements that are literally impossible to hit, to bosses that can be beaten by continually firing while standing on an oil barrel, everything screams of laziness. Oh, and did I mention that you move with the keyboard and fire your weapon by clicking on an on-screen button? Make America Great Again is a bad game; it is this generation?s Bad Rats. The only way anyone will get any enjoyment out of it is pretending it is a metaphor for something.
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