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IIT students develop mobile phone game in support of AAP

india Updated: Oct 02, 2013 23:28 IST
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Two IIT-Ropar students have come up with a two-level game 'Aam Aadmi Runner' in support of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

On the lines of Temple Run, a mobile phone game, level one of the game 'Evolution of a Revolution' has a runner - who resembles Kejriwal and holds AAP's symbol, the broom. He needs to dodge obstacles such as water cannons and corrupt leaders to form AAP.

On the second level, 'Fight for True Swaraj', he has to sweep through waterlogged roads, electricity wires, broken flyovers and corrupt netas. "In the process, he collects votes to gain power," said Arpit Jain, who created the game with his friend Arink Verma.

Four days ago, the duo met Kejriwal, who had told them "It was a great idea to convert the agitation into a game."

They got inputs from the party, which helped them bring order to the game.