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Adult Swim Games releases Tofu Hunter, a vegan-friendly video game that pits hunters against defenseless tofu.

Vegans now have a humorous alternative to cruel hunting video games in the form of Tofu Hunter, an online action game that pits vegan hunters against tofu targets. The first-person perspective game was released by Adult Swim Games and developed by This Is Pop. The silly take on hunting games pictures small blocks of tofu and tofu dogs adorned with antlers, and warns players that the game depicts barbaric acts of violence against tofu for the sake of veganism. When targeted and hit, the blocks of tofu explode into bloody bits and pieces of scattered bean curd.

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