Corrupt Chinese officials can’t hide – even online

They hunt, they shoot, they torture, they kill. Their target: corrupt officials.Welcome to Incorruptible Fighter, the latest online computer game craze to sweep through cyberspace in China.The game was created last month by a group of civil servants as a lighthearted counterpoint to constant accusations of endemic corruption.Designed to host 500 players at any one time, it attracted more than 100,000 trigger-happy gamers, apparently keen to take revenge on imaginary Communist Party officials – and their bikini-clad mistresses – who have enriched themselves at the taxpayer’s expense.
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