Since April, the opposition, activists, and common people demanded transparency in the PM Cares Fund (the fund was created to fight the pandemic 2020) to the general public but after declaring it a private trust by the officials, people in India were not happy with the response and in response to it, someone made a sarcastic game just like Google’s Dinosaur game to mock the lack of transparency in the system.
The game replaces the T-Rex figure with PM Modi is controlled by the keyboard Space-bar where you have to jump the obstacles. The hilarious game also has apt obstacles, including Media, Coronavirus, economy struggling, and more.
I bought the domain name pmcares.fund because it was available and made a satirical Modi-themed chrome dinosaur game in it.
"Unable to display PM CARES fund details. PM CARES fund details could not be displayed because the Government won't allow you to see it" with the error code ERR_HIDDEN_BY_GOVERNMENT."
And once you get hit by the obstacle, you can still continue to play from the same points which you earned. This is because as that COVID-19 case are all the same going up; so why not to grow your score too.
Netizens all over the internet are loving this game and praising the creator for its creativity.
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