Night of Bush Capturing

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Quest for Bush: Night of Bush Capturing is an extremely fun video game that was released by al-QaidaTM in 2006.

Players are prompted to advance through six missions against soldiers who look like George W. Bush, followed by a seventh mission against a character who looks like Bush that takes place in a desert-like region. During the game, cool jihadist songs are played in the background.

Origins

This game was modeled on two games released by the US Military. "Quest for al-Qaida," and "Quest for Saddam." Quest for Bush (with its lulzy title that sounds like a porno) is way more fun than the others, which were produced for the military by Fox News.

A taste of the action

How it is played

In the first mission, the player is in an American military camp, where pictures of Bush, (former) U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Iraqi Shiite cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani are plastered on the walls.

The player starts out armed solely with an assault rifle. During the game, the player's goal is to obtain a shotgun, a grenade launcher and a machine gun before advancing to a final fight against a character that looks like Bush. Victory is achieved once all the enemies have been vanquished.

"Watch" it being played

Credit where credit is due

  • Global Islamic Media Front. Quest for Bush - The Night of Bush Capturing. [PC (Win)] : Global Islamic Media Front, 2006.

Download it!

There are a few places where you can get it. The toastednet link will be the most reliable.

See also

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