A Welsh computer game company has launched a new game for England rugby fans ahead of the 2016 Six Nations.
England Rugby Fan Simulator 2016 allows players to immerse themselves in the disappointing world of English rugby like never before.
Software coder Jimmy FourEyes told WalesOnCraic:
“We were hugely sad to see our English friends leave the pool stages of the Rugby World Cup last autumn so we thought we’d produce a game that befitted their early exit. With this new game, you can sit down with your cucumber sandwiches and relive the disappointment whenever you want. We’ve even added a section where you can give one word answers at post-match interviews.”
The game features the soundtrack of English fans droning out the song ‘Swing Low, Sweet Chariot’ on a continuous loop.
“We’ve had a few English fans reminding us that England beat Wales at the 2015 Six Nations but what they don’t know is that we deliberately let them win to lull them into a false sense of security. That Warren Gatland fella was here right now, I’d kiss him on the arse,” added FourEyes.
The game is available from all good game shops plus some shit ones.