New Facebook Game: Join Al Qaeda! Commit Terrorism!

The game is called Al Qaeda Wars, and it lets users choose whether to be a terrorist or a counter-terrorist. The Game description says:

The time is now and you must choose a side in a war where each side thinks it is fighting for freedom. Put aside your humanity and enter the never ending battle that will take you around the globe to save or destroy millions of lives. You will have to decide to take the role as the Counter Terrorist Officer to save the world or fight as the Terrorist you secretly want to be. Unlock the Jihads, and take note to watch what and whom you will be asked to save and destroy, including your friends. There are no simple choices. These are the Al Qaeda Wars.


More from their press release…

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–”Al Qaeda Wars,” an innovative new social game application in which players can become terrorists or counter terrorists, uses unique new social gaming features (including Google maps to zero in on actual targets throughout the world) has been launched by Rage on Gaming ( The social game is now available on Facebook.

Players can complete missions, build a global network and participate in special Jihads that depict the total destruction, or prevent the destruction of, famous landmarks utilizing realistic flash effects. Among these landmarks are the Statue of Liberty, Eiffel Tower, Big Ben, Taj Mahal, and the Sphinx.

Some of the Jihad missions target specific individuals including:

Ronal Frump, a pompous New York real estate developer with bad hair, for secretly funneling millions of dollars to terrorist organizations around the world.

Pest Hilton, for being a puppet of Al Qaeda in charge of helping undermine the social fabric of the Western World.

Simon Scowl, for acting as a secret terrorist.

“Al Qaeda Wars” puts players into situations in which they have to use their friends and fellow players to attack each other. To accomplish this they can buy different types of weapons, ranging from sniper rifles to stinger missiles to dirty bombs. Players can launch different types of Google map attacks against other players that include truck bombs and suicide bombers. These attacks are games of skill based on actual player locations set on Google maps. Successful attacks result in a realistic flash animated destruction of the target.

Rage On Gaming is a social applications developer that focuses on interactive games and mobile applications. Rage on Gaming warns that the content of “Al Qaeda Wars” is not suitable for everyone because of its use of dramatic violence.

h/t: Infidels Are Cool

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