New Online Game for Occupy Wall Street: Dodge Flash Grenades & Tear Gas, Collect Money & The Constitution or Get Arrested

Share Article is proud to announce the release of a free online game for Occupy Wall Street focusing on the recent police brutality happening around the country. In the game, the player's goal is to dodge tear gas, bean bags and flash grenades thrown by the riot police while at the same time collecting money, water and the Constitution. Try not to get arrested!

With the recent barrage of police brutality occurring at the Occupy Wall Street protests, and are proud to release the first online flash game for Occupy Wall Street. The purpose of the game is to spread awareness of the police brutality taking place at the Occupy Wall Street protests around the country.

From This violence by police is not happening in places like Egypt or Libya, it is happening on American soil. This unnecessary police brutality to protesters practicing their right to freedom of speech must end. These violent offenders must be held accountable for their actions. A precedent needs to be set, and soon.

Occupy the Game is simple to play. The game starts out at ground zero of Occupy Wall Street through the lens of a video camera. It's you vs. the riot police, and they are angry. The player must try to dodge the tear gas, bean bags and flash grenades thrown at them by police. At the same time it is the player's goal as a protester to collect money, water and the Constitution. If they get hit by police too many times they will be arrested.

From Jay Clayton, the game's designer, "No matter if you are the 99% or the 1%, I am 100% sure you will love playing this game!"

Play the game now for free at

Occupy the Game was created by Paul Horner and

Paul Horner is an activist from Phoenix Arizona. Since 2004 he has owned and operated an Internet company specializing in web design, graphics and SEO.

Spread the Weird is an Animation and Design Studio located in the Downtown Phoenix Arts District. The studio is open to the public and offers a co-working space for creative types while conducting classes focused on using Animation as an outlet to learn Math, Physics and Science for tweens and teens as well as workshops for adults related to many forms of Design, Arts, Crafts and Cooking.


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