(Internet) Anti-Christian Games Available on the Internet

Country: Italy

Date of incident: January 28, 2008

Molleindustra, Italian artists and engineers, designes video games fostering hatred of Christians and religion in general. User says: Religious hate has never been so much fun.

Molleindustra, a team of Italian artists and engineers, has designed two controversial games: Faith Fighter and Operation Pedopriest. According to its developers, Faith Fighter, in which religious figures fight to death, aims to highlight "how sacred representations are instrumentally used to fuel or justify conflicts. This is the ultimate fighting game for these dark times. Give vent to your intolerance! Religious hate has never been so much fun.” Operation Pedopriest is a game about child sex abuse in the Catholic Church. The player has to avoid the exposure of children abuses by priests, corrupting police or scaring the children's parents. The game is based on half-truth information spread by the media about the paedophile activities perpetrated by priests. It’s was obviously designed to convey anti-Christian bias. In spite of the fact that it was censored and put offline at least three times, it is still available on the Internet. Read more at: http://www.mediawatchwatch.org.uk/2009/04/27/faith-fighter-game-unites-religions-in-outrage/ http://jetzt.sueddeutsche.de/texte/anzeigen/423611