Supporters of Ron Paul are chronically frustrated over an apparent lack of attention given to the presidential hopeful. One supporter is trying to
fight the tide by creating a Web video game. "Ron Paul: Road to REVOLution," due later this summer, will illustrate his quest to for the White House
in an interactive format.
The game is the brainchild of 27-year-old Daniel Williams, who aside from being a devotee of Ron Paul, is a fan of indie games, and "making liberty
sexy." The combination of the three led to the idea for the "Ron Paul: Road to REVOLution,"
One word... EPIC!
Two words... Ron Paul!
The player guides Paul across all 50 states, as he collects delegates and gold (not cash, but real gold, which the game refers to as sound money).
Boss battles will occur along the way, 13 in total, each representing a branch of the Federal Reserve.
Ahhh so much to say, and too much time on my hands... Interestingly enough, I had no idea that there were 13 branches to the Federal Reserve,
something to research.
BTW, anything denoted 13 is meant to fall, and comeback as 1. Zodiac, Mayans, Colonies and so forth, but I won't beat that drum in this thread, just
thought I'd reference it as fruit for thought.
omg it's Ron 'Mario' Paul!
This is surely to be a success, there's no way this wont become a cult classic. Uh oh, shhh! I didn't say cult!
Okay, maybe I'm just tired working tonight but the game looks like a cross between Mario Brothers and a primitive Zelda with the first frame of the
Tube making Dr. Paul look like an senior citizen version of the face in the first Doom game.
Err.... I'm not sure that quite hits it if a complimentary effort was the intention. Nice effort though!
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