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Posted: 3:53 a.m. Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Rob Ford "Crackathon" video game 

The CBC reports a new online video game allows users to pick up marijuana leafs, crack pipes and bottles of booze while playing as a Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.

The new game "Crackathon", which is filled with real audio clips from Ford interviews, challenges players to collect "Party points" while keeping the mayor's "public opinion" from reaching zero.

Players, who fail to keep his "public opinion" from hitting zero are met with a "You are impeached" message.

Play the game here.