Bossa Studio Announces "Give Trump the Finger" Program, Will Be Donating Money to Charity

Published: July 14, 2018 3:47 PM /


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Bossa Studios, the developers behind games such as Purrfect Date and Worlds Adrifthave announced the Give Trump the Finger program. This program sees 100% of the funds from Surgeon Simulator donated to a UK charity.

Give Trump the Finger was announced yesterday over Twitter. The program sees Boss Studios donating all the money made from Surgeon Simulator to a charity of Twitter user's choice for as long as Donald Trump is in the UK. How long is he in the UK for? Well, he should be leaving by the end of the weekend, so if you want to contribute to the program, now would be the time to buy the game.

Bossa is leaving the choice of charity up to Twitter users, and it seems like Special Effect is currently the charity of choice. This charity helps bring video games to disabled people by offering custom controllers to people with physical disabilities. They're also currently working on a program called StarGaze. This is an eye-tracking software that can help people with injuries or illnesses use computers.

Donald Trump has been in Surgeon Simulator ever since the free Inside Donald Trump DLC was added to the game back in 2016. The DLC has players perform surgery on Donald Trump, and choose if they wish to give him the heroic heart of gold, or the villain's heart of stone. As of this printing, 58,466 players have given him the heart of stone, and 50,875 opted not to. The site also reveals that nearly $400 billion has been spent performing surgery on Donald Trump.

Surgeon Simulator is currently available on PC, PlayStation 4, iOS, and Android devices. It costs $9.99 on PC or $12.99 on Ps4.


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