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It's A Gay Dragon!

Posted on Friday, February 3 @ 12:28:29 PST by

It's a slow news day, obvously, so let's talk about gay dragons! Okay, so maybe I would talk about gay dragons no matter what kind of day it's been.

Redikod has launched its mobile title A Gay Dragon HD for the BlackBerry AppWorld, where a large purple gay dragon is trying to capture the princess prince of his dreams. It's a gimmick, yes. I know it. You know it. Rainbows know it.

Players must direct the dragon with arrows to take the prince back to his lair (where he'll do something?), while using the arrows to clam-jam (or is it cockblock?) the princess from reaching the prince. Because apparently, gay people are giant reptiles that try to snatch away human reproductivity, or am I reading too much into it?

Erick Robertson, Managing Director for Redikod, is aware of the humor:
The concept of A Gay Dragon may seem a bit tongue in cheek, and that is our intention - to introduce a little sass and lighthearted humor to a proven and entertaining puzzle formula. Our attention to detail coupled with a pinch of audacity has produced a fun, yet challenging, puzzle experience.

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