LOOK: ‘Tanim-bala’ game available on Google Play

/ 07:56 PM November 05, 2015

Screengrab from Google Play

THE reported “tanim-bala” (bullet-planting) extortion scheme at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport has inspired game developers to create a mobile game application named “Bullet Planter.”


The 15-megabyte game inspired by the alleged airport scam can be downloaded by Android users through Google Play.

To earn points, users have to move their cursor from left to right to avoid the bullets being dropped by airport security officials in their luggage.


“These greedy administrators want to plant a bullet in your bag and if they succeed, you’ll end up paying $1000. Of course you would not let them do that!” the description read.

The application, updated on Nov. 4, was offered by “Kulit Games.” YG


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