The website also states players have the option to make owner Wong Fu pay his staff in 'degradingly frugal minimum wages.'In the game, players have to make sure they keep the restaurant running a 'sweatshop' speed without their employees getting deported.There is also portrayal of illegal gambling in the restaurant.Several other outbursts and arguments, with shouting.
Due to the content and subject matter, it's not age-appropriate for teens under 17.
Why they're in front of bars and not behind them, no one knows.
He told the Huffington Post Dirty Chinese restaurant if offensive in the same manner as shows such as South Park, Family Guy and Chappelle's Show.
Your sex is all fine and good, but it's lacking a little dirty talk?
'Dirty Chinese Restaurant' likely will not be sold in Google and Apple's stores because both claim discriminatory games are not allowed.
Big-O-Tree's website is registered to George Lambropoulos, a game developer.
Brief views of naked, full-frontal photographs of men. Almost constant sexual innuendo, and the main character wears revealing clothing throughout (in one scene, the camera lingers on her bottom as she walks).
A teen girl and teen boy, as well as a professional male stripper, perform stripteases, with no nudity shown. Extremely strong language is used throughout, with multiple uses of "f--k," "s--t," "p---y," "t-ts," "c--k," "retard," "d--k," "poon," "slut," "fag," "goddamn," "virgin," "twat," "vagina," "hell," "bitch," "whore," "ass," and "Jesus H. Parents need to know that this uneven 1980s-set dramedy is about the friendship between a foul-mouthed, promiscuous, cigarette-smoking teen girl and a shy, overweight, gay teen boy who are both looking for some kind of family connection.
There's nearly constant strong language (including "f--k," "s--t," "c--k," "p---y," and more), as well as heavy sexual innuendo and sexual suggestion (including teens having sex in a car and brief male frontal nudity in pictures).
Teens regularly smoke cigarettes, and there's a violent scene of a father beating up his teen son.
An intentionally offensive mobile game depicting Chinese Americans is causing a stir and even caught the attention of a New York congresswoman.