A recently released game called Milo Tosser involves a cast of ISIS-like cartoon characters throwing Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos off of a building.
According to The Washington Post, there are over 10 countries where homosexuality is outlawed and may be punishable by cruel and violent penalties. Most of these countries are found in Africa and the Middle East. In Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan specifically, homosexuality is punishable by death. In January, ISIS threw a man off of a building to his death after he was accused of engaging in homosexual activity.
In November 2015, Yiannopoulos declared that mass Muslim immigration “terrifies” him because of his claim that even mainstream Muslim culture condemns homosexual activity and encourages violent repercussions for those who are found engaging in the behavior.
The game was created by independent game developer Michael Garber, who describes himself on his Twitter account as a “videogame enthusiast, anti-theist, freedom of speech advocate.”
In the game, users are able to play as a group of terrorists, aimed with the task of throwing Yiannopoulos off of a builder onto one of several targets. The user has five attempts to successfully throw Yiannopoulos off of the building onto one of the targets below.
Yiannopoulos claims that he “loves” the game. It’s currently available on Riff Raff game’s website for Windows and Android devices.