Kim Jong Un gets his own video game
North Korea leader Kim Jong Un will soon become the star of his own video game.
Independent video game studio Moneyhorse has unveiled a retro-style game called Glorious Leader, which depicts "an epic tale about the triumph of Kim Jong Un over the entire American army."
The game features seven levels of side-scrolling combat, similar to classic run-and-gun games such as Contra and Rush'n Attack.
The game trailer shows Kim in Pyongyang shooting American soldiers and tanks, riding on a flaming unicorn and setting fire to an American flag.
His is also joined in his adventured by former US basketballer Dennis Rodman, who has former a friendship with Kim and made several visits to the secretive nation in the last year or so.
Jeff Miller, chief executive of Moneyhorse Games, told the Guardian his motivation in developing the game was to find a new way to tell the country’s story and to get people across the world talking about the secretive nation.
Moneyhorse said the game would launch on PCs and mobile devices soon.