Pop-A-Pope is a free “whack-a-mole” type strategy game for Android phones & tablets. But instead of pesky little moles, the enemies are demons the beloved Pope caught from an unclean beast!
While visiting the United States, the Pope encountered the American Beast, pure HATE in its most hideous human form, which exposed the Beloved Pope to the legion of evils the hideous & hateful American Beast is widely known for, evils like Bigotry, Hypocrisy, Adultery & Pride.
So pop the Pope with the Cross and send those demons BACK to the hideous & hateful unclean beast in the USA!
- POSSESSED – Try to pop every Pope that pops up. The game ends after you’ve missed 200.
- EXORCISED – Four of the Popes are possessed, but ONE is demon-free. Try to pop only the possessed Popes. You can spot them by their fiery red eyes! The demon-free Pope — the compassionate, caring, loving & non-judgmental spiritual leader the world loves — carries a rainbow flag, an international symbol of tolerance which seems uniquely threatening to the hideous & hateful American Beast.
- TIMER – Pop as many Possessed Popes as you can in 60 seconds!
Pop-A-Pope has Music & Sound Effects. As you would expect, exorcisms are NOISY! You can play with both Music & Sound turned on, with just Music or just Sound, or with both turned off. But the sound effects make the game so much more fun!!
For free download of Pop-A-Pope on GooglePlay, click here.
DISCLAIMER: All characters and events that are depicted and/or take place in Pop-A-Pope and its related graphics are completely fictional. Pop-A-Pope uses satire and parody to freely express, and to enable users to freely express, support for human rights, tolerance & equality, and opposition to intolerance, bigotry & hypocrisy, particularly when such hateful actions committed behind the disingenuous facade of “sincere religious beliefs”.
Appsolute Madness, Inc., and Pop-A-Pope in no way encourage actual violence against any creature, human or beast, nor should they be interpreted as calling for such action. Any depiction of violence in Bop-A-Beast is entirely figurative, representing good (fighting for equality and human rights) standing up against evil (bigotry, hate and intolerance). Any depiction of religious symbolism is not intended as a slur, but rather as our expression of those symbols being used in their most positive context, for the good of humanity (again, equality and human rights) rather than as the weapon of oppression and excuse for hypocrisy & bigotry they have so frequently served for millennia.