ISIS-inspired video game lets you throw gay man from rooftops

ISIS-inspired video game lets you throw gay man from rooftops

“Milo Tosser” is a new online video game that allows players to toss bodies off a rooftop, and the goal of the game is to make the battered, bloody corpses land on the correct targets.

The game spans three levels and you’re allowed five throws. Its title is a reference to journalist Milo Yiannopoulos.

Its official website explains why Yiannopoulos is”a perfect candidate” to get tossed:

[He’s] a British journalist who is the technology editor for I first learned of him as an advocate of #GamerGate, reporting on it starting in the later part of 2014. As a very charasmatic and likeable guy, his fame grows daily… having over 200k followers on twitter, appearing on shows like Joe Rogan, The Rubin Report and many others. He’s well known for his stances against feminism, PC culture, and Social Justice Warriors. He has also voiced concern about the treatment of homosexuals in muslim dominated countries and considers Islam extremists to be a big problem in today’s world. As a gay man who is a staunch advocate for free speech he was a perfect candidate as the “tossed”.

Michael Garber, the game’s designer, insists the game isn’t glorifying the murder of men alleged to be gay in Syria. He claims, trollishly, that the game was created to spread awareness about the issue:

I wanted to make a game highlighting a serious issue we face in today’s world. That issue is fundamental Islam and how it teaches intolerance towards not only homosexuals and women, but also non-Muslims in general. After watching some videos provided by Isaac Cohen’s twitter feed (@IHWCo) of gay men being thrown off tall buildings, I had the idea to make a game about it. Shortly after showing off a crude prototype for the game @StirnerianEthos suggested that I chose Milo as the who was being hurled. Easiest decision ever. Milo’s charm and humor helps to soften the blow of the shocking nature of the game’s message.”

Watch the game in action below:

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