Light-hearted

Apple rejects iSealClub.

“I was careful not to make the game graphic or have any gore or anything. It’s very light-hearted. It’s all cartoon based.

“It’s not what you would consider a very violent game. I know it involves clubbing seals, but (it’s) no different than the way people get clubbed in Mickey Mouse or Looney Tunes.”

Smyth said he specifically designed the game to block any killing of white-coat seal pups. The adorable pups still featured in anti-sealing campaigns have been off-limits for hunters in the province since 1987.

“Because it’s been illegal to hunt baby seals, I made it illegal in the game,” Smyth said. “You can’t club baby seals. You can try, but you lose points and they just run away.”

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