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Unauthorized Video Game Riffs on Kanye West's Croissant Power

'Kanye Quest 3030' features 2D versions of Jay Z, Tupac Shakur and more

July 25, 2013 3:15 PM ET
Kanye West
Kanye West
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Kanye West is headed for video game fame, whether he likes it or not.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the new player Kanye Quest 3030 will feature a 2D version of West battling a series of legendary rappers – including Jay Z, Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur – in a futuristic sci-fi setting. 3030 also includes a number of hilarious references to West's career; notably, in a nod to the electro-heavy Yeezus track "I Am a God," the rapper fends off his enemies with croissants. The game's soundtrack features a dramatic piano rendition of West's 2010 single "Power."

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Mac users, take note: '3030' will only operate on PC machines. A download of the game (along with instructions) can be found on its offical Tumblr page.

Check out a trailer for Kanye Quest 3030 below:

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