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Wednesday, 08 December 2010 11:14

Monty Python joins Facebook gaming craze

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And now for something completely different
The Monty Python troupe has announced the launch of a new game for Facebook and it’s the first Monty Python game to appear in 13 years.

The Ministry of Silly Games will feature several classic Monty Python characters and sketches, including the Spanish Inquisition, deadly killer rabbit, Gumbies and a host of plain silly features.

“For years, people have wondered what it would be like to catapult livestock at French fortresses, or play Russian Roulette with an Upper Class Twit,” said legendary Python member Terry Jones. “Well now they finally can, thanks to The Ministry of Silly Games.”

You can check it out and sign up here.

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