The wicked Organisation of the Islamic Conference - which has long been spearheading an initiative to criminalise criticism of Islam by forcing the UN to implement blasphemy laws - has now set its sights on an online game, "Faith Fighter", in which players can choose a number of religious figures (including the "Prophet" Muhammad) to kick seven shades of shit out of each other. The OIC declared the game to be "offensive" to Muslims (and Christians) and demanded that it be removed from the host website.
The game designers, Molleindustra, have today removed the game from their website in dhimmi compliance, issuing the following statement (follow the link to read it all):
Faith Fighter was meant to be a game against intolerance that used over the top irony and a cartoonish style to express the instrumental use of religions.
Faith Fighter depicted in a mildly politically incorrect way all the major religions as a response to the one-way islamophobic satire ["Islamophobic"? I disagree - Ed] of the Danish Mohammad cartoons.
If a established organization didn't understand the irony and the message of the game and is claiming it is inciting intolerance, we simply failed.
The OIC's assertion that the game is offensive to Christians also is probably a case of projection - remember, Jesus is a Muslim prophet, too. And also note that despite the fact that the game comes with a disclaimer (look it up on the web) that actually says "peace be upon him" after Muhammad's name, and offers a "censored" version where Muhammad's face is covered (unfortunately not by a veil - that would have been funnier), it's still not good enough for the vicious OIC.
* Incidentally, in the fight above, I was Ganesh, and I eventually killed Muhammad.