Thursday, 28 March 2013

Argentina 'invades' Falklands in online game
















An Argentine company has developed a map for the popular online game Counter Strike in which players fight British "terrorists" on the Falkland Islands.
The setting created by Dattatec.com has clocked more than 9,000 downloads in a few hours, after "going viral".
Despite the pro-Argentina stance of the game, the developers say they mean no disrespect.Argentina claims sovereignty over the Falklands, but last month islanders voted overwhelmingly to remain British.
The game opens with a promotional video that says "in 1982, Argentines fought the English to claim back the sovereignty of the Malvinas" - the Spanish name for the islands.Read more HERE

The only time the Argies could invade the Falklands again is an online game invasion, I wonder if they have a button that allows the filthy argy soldiers to shit and piss all over Stanley and the Islanders houses? Dont forget your booby traps, grenades under cups, Knock yourselves out Loosers!

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