April 18, 2011 in Games (F)
[prMac.com] Grenoble, France - After a total of 1,167,007 downloads on the App Store, Super Streaker was finally banned by Apple who re-considered the game was not fitting his moral stating gratuitous violence against soccer players, too realistic. Let's remember that Super Streaker is a bloody but quite cheesy 3D FPS in which you have to run naked in the grass to kill all the soccer players and burn the ads in a record time. While progressing through the game, you'll get new weapons such as the mine-burger, the oil barrel or the Kim Jong-Il A Bomb. Adding underpants to the streaker's or coloring the blood in green was not enough for Apple who seemed not to have understood the poetry of a free use soccer stadium.
The game was available on the App Store in an almost complete free version and encouraged the fans to make their own games, or to get in contact with the developers team by e-mailing love-letters or messages they would always get a direct answer for.
Now the party is over for the masses, only a little circle of specialists will be able to enjoy this sport by downloading the version for jailbreaked iPhone, or the .zip of the first version for PC.
Super Streaker is available for free from the Super Streaker website, for jailbroken iPhones.
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