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ChopUp Games, the Nigerian-based mobile games developer, has released Ebola Strikeforce. It is the first local game to raise awareness about the deadly Ebola virus that shook the world.
ChopUp Games is looking to educate and entertain gamers with their new Ebola themed mobile game
ChopUp’s co-founder Zubair Abubakar told TechCabal that users will now have to pay N30 ($0.12) weekly to have access to all of their games. ALL.
ChopUP, the creators of Sambisa Assault and Danfo Reloaded are not resting on their oars. The studio has released another title, Jagun.
The game, drawing heavily from Nigeria’s forthcoming general elections, allows players to run with “fictional” candidates in what looks like a standard Olympic track event; an apt metaphor for the country’s presidential “race” it seems.