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Big-O-Tree Games says the game — in which players chase cats and dogs with a cleaver, scavenge for ingredients and dodge immigration officials — “in no way is meant to be an accurate representation of Chinese culture.”
The company says the game is coming out soon for Apple and Android devices but it has yet to announce a release date.
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Big-O-Tree has issued two trailers for the game, which show the protagonist, Wong Fu, dumpster diving, evading tax collectors and sabotaging competitors.
The company defended the game in a statement posted on its website.
“Our game is mainly satire and comedy influenced by the classic politically incorrect shows we grew up watching, such as: ’South Park,’ ’All in the Family,’ ’Sanford & Son,’ ’Family Guy,’ ’Simpsons,’ and ’Chappelle’s Show.’ We also listen to Jay-Z.”
Watch an interview with the developers (WARNING: Graphic language)
The company describes itself as a small independent game studio “making games no one thought possible” and says it strives “to create entertainment that we all want to experience which is fun, addictive, and hilarious.”