Boycott Suggested: Tea Party Zombie Game Creator Also Ad Agency for Pepsi, NASCAR, Others…by Hollywoodland
An online game called “Tea Party Zombies Must Die,” produced by Brooklyn creative agency Starvingeyes, might provoke boycotts from the right over the game’s targeted violence against conservative figures, AdWeek reports.
Stavingeyes head Jason Oda made the game as a personal project, unrelated to work the agency has done for Pepsi, UPS, Nascar and other major brands.
[E]ven though top selling video games encouraging brutal violence against women go largely unchecked, a game encouraging violence against Republicans has not.
Mike Huckabee said in his radio report that he supports the First Amendment rights of the game’s creator but not the “hypocrisy of the left,” a reference to what he claimed was a double standard of a liberal media which has not been outraged enough by the game’s violence. National Review writer Daniel Foster noted the waves of “New Tone” were “washing over” him.
Huckabee and others have suggested advertisers boycott Starvingeyes Advergaming, the Brooklyn, N.Y., creative shop behind the game. Starvingeyes creates “games for online viral campaigns” and counts Pepsi, TLC, Nascar, UPS, Hotels.com, and Meow Mix among its client roster.
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