Ever wonder what it's like to be sitting there, eating your McDonald's, when a kidnapping victim decade runs out of your neighbor's house, and you step in to save that person's life?
"Burger Bash" won't automatically transform you into an instant hero. But this cheesy new video game puts you in the shoes of Charles Ramsey, who saved Amanda Berry nearly 10 years after she was allegedly kidnapped by Ariel Castro.
NMA-TV -- the same guys who give real news stories the insane Taiwanese animation treatment -- created this hamburger-hurling game.
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We should note that Burger Bash doesn't have an ounce of realism, and it will be considered offensive to some.
In it, you throw burgers at randomly generated Ariel Castro avatars. Silly music plays along with random quotes from Ramsey's now-famous TV interview, and screams can be heard in the background.
Points are racked up by hitting Castro, not innocent bystanders. You've got 30 seconds to smack down as many Castros as possible. If you strike too many bystanders, Castro captures you and takes you into his house of horrors.
The game's references come mainly from this quote Ramsey gave to reporters just hours after Berry and two other women were rescued:
"I heard screaming, I'm eating my McDonald's, I come outside, I see this girl going nuts trying to get out of her house ... Bro, i knew something was wrong when a little pretty white girl ran into a black man's arms. Something is wrong here. Dead giveaway."