Prepare to have your monocle popped right out of your eye socket: somehow, by some preposterous and possibly supernatural means, a cheaply made iPhone game has snuck its way onto the peerless platform that is the iTunes App Store. What's more, this dastardly, deceptive title is little more than a rip-off of a well known property! It's almost as if somebody, somewhere, would dare make a shoddy iPhone app with the hopes of deceiving impulse buyers looking for a quick way to kill a morning commute.
But seriously, take a look at Ninja Turtles, an unintelligible app from Vietnamese developer Namphuong Star that's swiped the name and logo from the popular Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon series.
"There aren't any turtles in the game," notes App Store App Store reviewer Helpcantfindanickname. "A total waste of $5."
Now that the sanctity of both the iTunes App Store and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has been corrupted, what's next? Our schools? Our governments?! Only time will let us heal, as both a nation, and as a race.
This article originally appeared on GamePro.com as Vietnamese Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Knockoff Sullies App Store With its General Suckiness