Right wing Colombian paramilitaries have launched a games website for followers which simulates the murder of its leftist rivals.
The site features the defence of fictional Colombian town Aguas Blancas, in a war that, in reality, has claimed the lives of over 40,000 people in the past 10 years.
Visitors to the site play to defend the police station from being destroyed by rebel gunmen who pop up and return fire. The game ends when the player has absorbed too many shots from the rebels.
"Your mission is to stop the police headquarters from being destroyed by killing as many of these heartless delinquents as possible," according to the game's instructions.
The group, denounced as 'terrorists' by the US, has been gaining influence through drug trafficking money, and is at war with other 'revolutionary' groups in the country.
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