New iPhone Game Aims to Raise Awareness For Gay and Lesbian Marital Rights

Mon, Mar 1, 2010

iPhone, Mobile

Factory Games is hoping that their new iPhone game, Valet Hustle, will help raise awareness for gay and lesbian marital rights within the casual gaming community.

The game actually has a lot going for it, as the company says it serves as a combination of Tetris and Diner Dash, with 3D arcade puzzle centered around a valet business.

The game’s two main characters are homosexual, and the pair’s sexuality serves as an integral part of the game’s progression.

“We set out to not only create a game that is an absolute blast to play with incredible visuals and top notch audio, but we also wanted to make a social statement that gays and lesbians should have the same marital rights as heterosexuals,” says Factory Games CEO Andrew Littlefield, as reported by

The game costs 99 cents, and is now available on iTunes, with a portion of the sales of each unit going to the Human Rights Campaign. Here’s a link to check the game out for yourself. Valet Hustle

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