The latest game in Dikembe Mutombo's 4 1/2 Weeks to Save the World is out today and pokes fun at teenage vampire films like Twilight.
In this week's game — The Lethal Dose of Teenage Vampire Movies — players assume the role of Dikembe Mutombo as he breaks into a lottery machine to destroy all the numbers that appear on the ticket owned by a Hollywood film industry fatcat. By destroying these numbers, the player will ensure that the fatcat does not win the money necessary to fund to another teenage vampire film. Failure to do so will result in the fatcat funding said film, which will shrink the brains of teenagers, leading to the end of the world.
The game is now playable for free along with the first two games in the series. There are two games left, with the next game due to release next Monday.
Polygon interviewed the game's creators here.