San Diego, California – Flight Systems LLC is proud to announce the release of Beetlejuice: Bad as Can 1.0.2 for iOS and Android devices, a new mobile game that mocks Donald Trump. The game features a Trump Super Power which allows you to deport enemies in the masses. As if Trump doesn’t have enough problems, he now faces off with Howard Stern Wack Packer Beetlejuice, in this new mobile game.
Beetle for President anyone? Beetlejuice of the Howard Stern Show announces the release of his new mobile game that mocks Donald Trump. Beetlejuice isn’t known for his political prowess, yet he morphs into Beetle Trump to deport defenseless enemies in this over-the-top portrayal of the President’s ill received policy. Trump has yet to fire a rebuttal, but rest assured a twitter rant is on its way. It’s a true battle of wits between everyone’s favorite Wack Packer and everyone’s Wacky President.
* Over 50 over the top levels
* 6 Hilarious Power Ups
* Hidden secrets and cheats
The developers have yet to comment, but Beetlejuice went on the Howard Stern Show live to discuss the game and his tactics. Most notably, we learned that Beetlejuice lost 350 pounds in order to help alleviate hi type 16 diabetes.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 8.0 or later
* 942 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Beetlejuice: Bad as Can 1.0.2 is Free and available worldwide through the App Store in the Games category. There is also an Android version available on Google Play. For more information, please contact Todd Schram.
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