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Someone actually made a ‘Condemn Kim Davis’ game

Joseph McCormick September 21, 2015

Want to apply for a marriage licence with anti-gay clerk Kim Davis, but lacking the air fare to Kentucky? The answer is here.

A games developer has made a Google Play masterpiece called ‘Condemn Kim’.

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The aim of the game is to make as many marriage licence applications to Kim Davis by tossing them towards her.

Once her HP reaches zero, Davis is sent to jail.

The more applications you chuck at Davis, you get damage multipliers, and you get to throw divorce papers at Davis.

The description reads: “Battle against bigotry and achieve equality for all. Join us in a battle for the ages. On one side of this virtual battle field littered with shredded paper and sadness, festers Kim an agent of civil discrimination. On the other side, the warriors of love, the soldiers of acceptance, and the army of equality.”

Half or proceeds from the game’s in-app purchases, go to LGBT charities.

The anti-gay jailbird has been accused of issuing invalid marriage licenses.

Kim Davis returned to work a week ago afters spending time in jail for contempt of court – but said she would still not issue marriage licences to gay couples, and she would not authorise her deputies to do so.

Davis said she would not authorise her deputies to issue same-sex marriage licences.

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