We The People, LLC is presenting its non-partisan “Angry Voters” video game on the Indiegogo website to raise $144,000 in donations for developmental seed funding during October and November, before and after the 2012 Presidential Election.
The company will use the donated funds to complete the development of its casual video game that empowers players (voters) to voice their opinions about how they want their elected representatives to handle the “critical” political issues in America.
The “Angry Voters” game lets players have fun throwing creme pies at politicians, while it uses its patented polling process to collate and electronically transmit the players’ opinions about the issues to their own political representatives.[ Also Read: Americans Worried About China and National Debt ]
People can visit www.Indiegogo.com/AngryVoters to learn more about the game and to help fund this endeavor. Indiegogo is a crowdfunding website that allows entrepreneurs to tap directly into an “internet crowd” of potential users and supporters to raise funds for their projects.
“Angry Voters” is an interactive “tower defense” casual game of skill – with individual and multiplayer modes that are designed to be played out on a cartoon-type outdoor battleground.[ Also Read: Facebook and Text Messages Encourage Youth to Vote ]
The game features a scenic battleground, a walled fortress with cannons, “special interests” caves, loud voters seated in a bleacher, and politicians and controversial issues hanging over a gooey mud pit.
“Angry Voters” allows a player to “defend or attack” political representatives and the important issues, such as unemployment, the economy, the budget deficit, runaway gasoline prices, and a host of other problems.
Mike Cahlan is the CEO of We The People, LLC. He feels their “Angry Voters” casual political game is something everyone can have fun playing and it can be an effective communication platform where voters can voice their opinions to their elected representatives to help make positive changes in America.