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Endgame: Syria developers task you with stemming the flow of drug trafficking

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Auroch Digital, the developers of Endgame: Syria, the game created to raise awareness of the events in Syria, has released a new game focusing on the war on drugs titled NarcoGuerra.

The Risk-like game features three modes, including story, skirmish and multiplayer. Acting as the Chief of Police in Mexico, players are tasked with stemming drug trafficking and combating corruption within the police force. In multiplayer mode, players have the opportunity to play as a drug cartel.

Auroch Digital's last game, Endgame: Syria, was rejected from the iTunes App Store in January by Apple because the game "solely target a specific race, culture, a real government or corporation, or any other real entity." It was rejected a third time in March.

NarcoGuerra is now available to download from the iTunes App Store for $0.99 and is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices. It is also available for Android devices from Google Play, and Mac and Windows PC from Game the News.