The woes of Tiger Woods have spawned the inevitable online game.
"Tiger Hunting," located at Break.com, features an animation of the golfer and another woman in his car being chased by his golf-club wielding wife.
The object of the game is to earn points and escape a clubbing from Elin Nordegren by avoiding obstacles on the road such as fire hydrants and trees.
Revelations about Woods' extramarital affairs began to surface after he crashed his car into a hydrant and a tree
outside his Florida mansion in the early hours of November 27.
"Tiger Hunting" has been played more than 1.1 million times.
Woods is the latest celebrity to feature in an online videogame.
A game called "Sock and Awe" became a Web sensation last year after an Iraqi journalist hurled his shoes at president
George W Bush. Players earned points by hitting Bush with a virtual shoe.