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Hamstrong: The Fight Against Animal Cruelty

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Many kids and adults love to play video games. Sadly, many video games involve animal abuse or encourage players to kill animals to score points. What if there were a video game and animated series that showed what animal cruelty is all about? 

Hamstrong is the superhero of an iPhone game that is also the hero of a music video and future animated series that aims to educate players about animal cruelty. Hamstrong is a hamster that is imprisoned in an animal testing lab against his will and seeks any means necessary to escape and bring freedom for the other animal captives. After witnessing mistreatment to his fellow animals, Hamstrong decides to seek revenge and uses his intelligence and courage to outsmart his captors and rescue his friends.

Before he was captured and imprisoned in the lab, Hamstrong had a normal life as a popular DJ. One night, as he was making his way home after a DJ gig at a dance party, a shifty rodent catcher confused Hamstrong for a street rat. A mysterious animal testing facility known as “The Lab” had hired the rodent catcher to patrol the streets and round up stray animals.  After being injected with a strange formula, Hamstrong became genetically modified and developed a new ability that enables him to navigate the lab with ease. He can now roll himself into a ball and spin his way around with incredible speed and stealth. Not one to sit idly by, Hamstrong is determined to fight back against injustice!

Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer talks to Geoffery Antony, the creator of Hamstrong to discuss his activism and passion for education through cutting edge technology. ©2013 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved.

 

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