While North Korea has the propaganda of military parades down pat, it needs to work on how it uses computer games to indoctrinate. Actually, it just needs to work on computer games. And once it has that down, the country can focus on brain washing.
Uriminzokkiri is a web portal that pushes North Korean propaganda from the country's central news agency. It's based in China, but according to Reuters, it's controlled from Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea.
On Uriminzokkiri, there are a handful of flash games you can play on your computer, reports NK News. Let's have a look at five of them.
Links are included so you can play them; however, many of them are offensive and unsettling. They also suck.
A Treasure Key
This isn't as stomach churning as some of the other ones. It's a maze type game, in which you destroy evil foreign foes, like Japanese politicians who are monkeys and George W. Bush, who is a giant rat. OK, I lied. It is stomach churning and features some truly janky controls. If you complete all the mazes, you can unify Korea, unlocking flowers and a rainbow. Play it here.
Path Taken By a Traitor
In this game, players try to hang Lee Hoi-chang, a conservative politician, with a noose. Lee can duck, which is supposed to make this challenging. I guess. You can play it here.
Beating Up Rat LMB
The goal is to pummel Lee Myung-bak to death, apparently. Lee, of course, is currently the president of South Korea. In the game, the politician doesn't fight back as he gets bloodied up. You can play it here. If you want.
President George W. Bush and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe are turned into flies, and you can splat them. This game was surprisingly hard and not surprisingly stupid. Play it here.
Hitting South Korean Politicians
It's whack-a-mole with South Korean politicians. *sigh* Play it here.
There's another game in which you fend off Japanese troops. You can read more about that on NK News in the link below.