We love games here at A Radical Guide. I am always trying to get people to play ‘Class Struggle’ board game, or Cards For Decolonization, or Bloc by Bloc: The Insurrection Game.
So, when I found out about the computer game, Antifa, I grab’d it without pause.
What is Antifa?
Antifa is a game that is, at the time of this post, in development by Wobbly Dev. The game itself is an (Antifascist) run and jump action game where you play the lovable hero of the game, Antifa.
As Antifa, you are in the dictatorial commonwealth of DUMPLAND, which you, as Antifa, are working to overthrow the regime of Dumpland. Dumpland is ruled by the supreme chancellor, Humpel Dupty.
It is said that, “He rules Dumpland with a tiny fist and proselytizes to the citizenry from thousands of television screens peppered through the country.” It is the job of Antifa to break those screens to save people from the constant blathering.
In level one you find yourself in a prison, outside of the cages. The goal of level one is to escape from the prison. You face several prison guards, spikey bullet shooting turrets, appropriately named, Shooty Turrets and a mini-boss named, Warden Klunke.
The other levels include the ‘Sewers, Countryside City, and Dumpel Tower — where the final battle is held to defeat Humpel Dupty’s regime.
How to Download the Game
You can download, which is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux from Wobbly Dev’s site. You just need a keyboard and about half an hour to complete the game. Wobbly Dev is still working on this game, so expect to see more content coming as he creates it.
To see the game in action, here is a short video of my first run in the game.