Hours of mindless fun with Free Falling Obama – a Y8...

Hours of mindless fun with Free Falling Obama – a Y8 Game

Free Falling Obama - Screen Shot
Free Falling Obama - Screen Shot

WASHINGTON, February 3, 2015 –  One criticism of President Obama is his lack of flexibility. His tendency to not bend, work with congress – either side of the aisle.

Free Falling Obama - Screen Shot
Free Falling Obama – Screen Shot

For those frustrated with the rigid stances the President takes, Y8 Game online game developers have created the Obama screen saver.  And it is really quite fun to play with.  A rag doll like President Obama slithers and slides through a Pachinko (a Japanese vertical pinball game) like maze of his signature red, white and blue O’s.  When he gets stuck,  you can grab him with your mouse and pull him through a tight spot or twirl him like a top and send him flying back to the top of the never ending free fall…

Seems to be a theme here.

My favorite is to grab him by shoulder and him him crouch down only to jump up and out into space, falling until he gets caught by one of his Obama O’s.

Falling Obama can be downloaded as a screen saver.  Be careful… much like watching Congress work, this can be a real time waster.  Falling Obama is not the company’s first Obama themed free game.  But it is the best.

Get it here:  http://www.y8.com/games/falling_obama

Falling Obama
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