A member of the Encyclopedia Dramatica forums has created a game called Bullet to the Head of the NRA, a rudimentary first-person shooter that lets you shoot NRA boss Wayne LaPierre.
Released yesterday, Bullet to the Head of the NRA seems to have been designed just to piss people off. "Share this everywhere, especially gun-nut and anti-game websites," creator and forum user gizmo01942 writes. "Also see if you can't send it in to the NRA somehow, like through the feedback on their website or something."
ED forum user gizmo01942 is also developing a game based on the Sandy Hook shooting, he says, in which you'd go into the Connecticut school and shoot kids. This NRA game is a demo, he writes. It will be a bonus level in the Sandy Hook shooter.
Bullet to the Head of the NRA comes just a day after the NRA released their own gun game, NRA: Practice Range, an iOS title for ages four and up in which you can shoot targets on a set of practice fields.
I've played Bullet to the Head of the NRA, which you can download from the ED forums. It's very basic: you can move around a sniper rifle and shoot three NRA members on a stage as they talk about guns.
Once you start shooting, the crowd starts to scream. It's twisted. Made me want to take a shower.
Fox News ran a segment yesterday about the inevitable outrage to Bullet to the Head of the NRA.
Here are some more screenshots. Warning: some graphic images follow.