A game launched by a Russian flights search engine and a bank is allowing people to win cheaper tickets by playing a game where you blow up gay people.
The game, launched by AviaSales and Tinkoff bank, is called ‘Survive in Europe‘. Once you click through the site, it shows you a map of western Europe.
Players have five attempts to beat the game. Each ‘card’ is the equivalent of 30,000 flyer miles that you can use for flights to Russia.
If you beat it on the first try, you get the maximum amount.
Instead of bombs, the ‘mines’ are now rainbow flags, refugees, drugs and marijuana – evils of ‘Western Europe’ that supposedly do not exist in the Motherland.
And if you click on a rainbow mine, for example, it reads: ‘In Europe you found LGBTs. In Sochi, only heterosexuals.’
If you share your results on social media, you can play without restrictions.
Dmitry Kolodin, from AviaSales, has boasted the game has already been a ‘massive success’.
This is somewhat eerily similar to a game that was launched by ISIS in April, which allowed you to play as an Islamic extremist throwing a gay man off a building with the intent to win points by hitting targets.