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Suicide Bomb game causes outrage

Gaming has once again found itself in the headlines today with UK broadsheet The Daily Telegraph lashing out a casual game based on suicide bombing.

The Telegraph joins The Daily Star in expressing outrage at the game, entitled Kaboom: The Suicide Bombing Game, which has attracted the attention of the Bali Bomb Victims Group. The organisation’s Susanna Miller, whose brother Dan died in the 2002 Indonesia attack, labelled it callous, inappropriate, irresponsible and deeply offensive.” She also urged any portals hosting the game to remove it.

To read the story in full, head over to MCV’s blossoming sister site CasualGaming.biz.

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