If San Francisco indie developer Elam Nikserof has his way with Apple — a wicked new multi-player game called “NK Nukes” will be worming its way into the App Store within the next few weeks.
His free novelty app let's players target major cities across the United States from North Korea — giving users the option of choosing a Kim Jong-iI or little Kim Jong-Un likeness to ride atop an array of nuclear bombs as they soar through the air in an attempt to obliterate America.
Nikersoff used the wildly popular iShoot tank game as his inspiration, but included the ability to target actual U.S. cities on a map, with recognizable landmarks that can be instantly blown into rubble with missiles that vary in range from 4,000-miles and well beyond. The skill comes in with both aim and triggering launches at the right moment.
Mapping out locations before pushing the big red button along with extreme, life-like explosions is a big part of this game's charm according to its supreme creator — along with Kim Jong-Un randomly appearing on screen screaming out threats of a “merciless blitz” when achieving certain milestones.
While it's unlikely that this timely and tasteless app of mass destruction will ever get approval by Apple — Nikserof is not giving up on making a grand effort to ultimately reach the App Store.
“If Apple doesn't get the joke and won't concede to launching this harmless app, it will be ready for Android users to snatch up. It could break out today or tomorrow,” said Elam Nikserof.
“This let's blow up America game is all about dropping bombs, not dropping beats. I'm sure Google will jump on my masterpiece without a doubt. I've taken all necessary precautions to succeed.”
Although mister Nikserof declined to share any “extremely dangerous” screen shots from the game, he ensured iPhone Savior that his artwork would not fail to impress gamers — offering up a tip that a Dennis Rodman looking character might just pop his big head out when a certain city gets destroyed.
The athlete was the first American to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un in Pyongyang at the end of Februay. Rodman go boom? I'm liking the sound of this one already.