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November 27, 2022

Here’s a Video Game That Features an IRS Agent Fighting Alligators and Zombies While on the Hunt for a Missing Tax Form That We Thought You Should Know About

For you overgrown adolescent boys out there looking for your next gamer challenge and Madden '13 just isn't doing it for you, let us present Alligators on a Bridge.

It's April 15th and Tim the IRS Agent is nearly finished checking the tax forms he’s been assigned. Tim has had to deal with reading multiple languages (such as Spanish, French, and American), terrible hand writing, and paper cuts, in addition to a missing a tax form (which he has to venture deep within the Vermont Jungle to retrieve). As if his day couldn’t be worse, while crossing a log bridge in the Vermont Jungle Tim looks down to see an army of zombies, green starfish, and self aware Vermontese Alligators advancing towards him. Now Tim has to defeat the waves of enemies so that he can continue his journey to collect the missing tax form. And guess what, all that he has to stop them is rocks!

Of course there's a gameplay montage!

You can buy Alligators on a Bridge $1. They accept Paypal. Again, you're welcome.

[via IGM]

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