Glasgow game developer T-Enterprise has a game out called Credit Crunch Chaos. In it, players try their hands at being Gordon Brown, whose game objective it is to secure £50 notes with a British flag. The UK Telegraph reports:
A survey has revealed that only 28 per cent of business leaders have confidence in the Prime Minister’s ability to lead us out of the economic crisis.
The findings have inspired Glasgow games development company T-Enterprise to launch a new viral game called Credit Crunch Chaos. T-Enterprise’s managing director, Sadia Chishti, said: “Businesses are feeling the effect of the current economic climate and are losing confidence in the Prime Minister.
“This game allows you to take on the role of the Prime Minister and see if you can run the economy any better. As well as giving some light entertainment, it may make people think about how difficult Gordon Brown’s job actually is.”
A survey by ComRes of 200 leading business figures found that just 28 percent were confident of Brown’s ability, down from 42 percent in a similar poll conducted last October.