The students of the Pristina University in North Mitrovica presented a new video game „Throw Plazma over Jarinje“ today – as a part of a series of student performances held in protest of the 100% customs duties on products from Serbia.
The game, “Throw Plazma over Jarinje“ resembles the popular „Angry Birds“ game, however, instead of a bird, the Serbian product Plazma is used to crush opponents.
In order to move to the next level, the player has to take down obstacles – blocks with pictures of the President of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci, Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj and the President of the Kosovo Assembly, Kadri Veseli.
Student leader, Nemanja Bisevac said that the game was created by “colleagues and brothers from Republika Srpska” with the support of the students from North Mitrovica.
He added that „the main character in the game and the person who is most strictly banned from entering Kosovo – Plazma is here with us today“.
Bisevac said that this is the first version of the game and that it will be updated „in line with the further development of the situation in KiM“.
This video game is available at the Google Play Store and can be downloaded for free.
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