Big Bird had better watch out his back! Because, with this fun little political game, you can change the result of the recent Presidential election won by Barack Obama and we know what that means for PBS programming and Sesame Street in particular. This simple rotate and tilt game for iPad features funny computer graphics and, by rolling the Mittster's head and collecting votes you can swing those important states his way and put the Republicans in the White House. However, if you hit scandals like his 47% comments or Chris Christie pulls the plug on your campaign at the last minute, you could be shot down in flames and ruin your chances of getting elected.
If you are one of those that wish that Mitt Romney had won the election you can show him your support, play Romney's Strike Back and try to change the result. What's more, you don't even have to change your policies for women, Hispanics and the African-American vote to achieve it because you just have to rotate and tilt your wonderfully user friendly iPad to collect valuable votes and win all 538 electoral votes. Some states were very close and Romney could and probably should have won them considering the state of the economy. You can make a bid for Florida, Ohio and Wisconsin and win those states back from Obama and show the country that Romney has the skills to strike back and be the most powerful man in the world. But you will have to watch out for the scandals (like the infamous 47% quote) and eggs that can ruin your chances of getting the electoral result you want. Make sure you hold onto the lone star state, seduce the city that never sleeps, retain swinging South Beach and enjoy winning over sweet home Alabama. Get Romney rolling towards victory and defeat Obama in every state! Romney's Strike Back helps you to generate the clean sweep election campaign that you really wanted.
The iPad has completely revolutionized the way we play games and lends itself very nicely to the rotate and tilt gaming concept. And that's what Romney's StrikeBack is all about. Now you might look a little silly maneuvering your iPad around to gain votes for Mitt and Paul Ryan's team but you won't look quite as disappointed as they did after the final result on the first Tuesday in November. This is a fun little game for all ages that will keep the political spirit alive for a little longer. But don't forget, if you fail to take Ohio there isn't much chance of you winning in real life but you might still get over the line here if you rotate and tilt correctly.