Tony Abbott Gets His Own RPG

Given how much our former Prime Minister was ripe for parody, I’m surprised this wasn’t made sooner.

It’s called Tony Abbott And The Quest For The Suppository Of Wisdom. If you’re not familiar with the joke, it’s a reference to a gaffe Australia’s former PM made during a speech.

So obviously, someone made a game about it.

The tutorial battle is a fight – or an argument, really – with a Buzzfeed “journalist” who attacks Tony Abbott with a tutorial onion.

“You can perform a basic attack by selecting ‘Argue’,” the game says. Arguments are over once a character’s willpower is brought to zero.

There’s special attacks too. Tony’s first special: nodding silently, which is effective for confusing journalists.

The first episode of Tony Abbott And The Quest For The Suppository Of Wisdom, titled The Spill, is due out this month for PC, Mac and mobiles. New episodes are due out every six to eight weeks, and will be released for free.

Can’t wait.

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