2K Play and Comedy Central have released Comedy Central’s Indecision Game for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android, and Amazon's Kindle Fire. The game attempts to figure out who is really smarter - Democrats, Republicans or Independents (the answer: they are all pretty stupid). Players attempt to outwit their friends and family by correctly answering political questions and earning voters to score an Election Day victory.
At the start of the game, players choose their political affiliation and dress up their avatars by shopping for a range of party-inspired costumes and accessories. Players then go head-to-head to answer humorous, politically-themed questions against the clock.
Answering correctly earns players voters which then must be placed on the game's "big map" of the United States. Dominating a particular state results in a "Smarts" victory for both the player and their party. Of course, players can rely on "Political Aides" for help, including stealing a state from opponents or demanding a "Recount". Real-time results are displayed in the game's "Election Headquarters" as well.
Developed by 2K's Cat Daddy Games studio, Comedy Central's Indecision Game is available for free from the App Store on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch as well on iTunes. The game is also available for free on the Amazon Appstore for Android, including a Kindle Fire edition, and on Google Play.