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BOOBS BATTLEGROUND

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War has been waged across the island of Lesbia. Nazi-feminists hordes invaded territory. And you have to play a key role in this battle. Fight against many enemies. Travel freely around the island. Find a way to open the gates of the enemy castle and defeat the main enemy. Stop the feminists. Features: Open world Different weapons and enemies Exciting combat system 5000 achievements
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Apr 20, 2018
Developer
GaylesGames
Publisher
GaylesGames
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

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  • OS: Windows 7, 8,10
  • Processor: Intel® Pentium or faster
  • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
  • Graphics: AMD/ATI Radeon HD 4850 512 MB or greater, NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT 512 MB or greater
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
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Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
Nazi-feminist hordes have invaded the island of Lesbia, and you have to play a key role in this battle. Fight with many enemies, travel freely around the island, stop the feminists and get 5000 achievements! Hell and meaningless Treshh! There is a сusku, there is a zadnucy, but there is no traced pupuсk! How is that? It was hard, it was very difficult, but I did it! 0 out of 1488 \ 0
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Microsoft from Spain
The Battle is Near, We Need a New Hero who Kills the Enemy. -Complete your FIRST MISSION and Eliminate All Possible Enemies. -Look for Different Swords and an Axe to Fight Better. -Performs Combos with PUNCHES and KICKS. -Gives Somersaults on the Ground to Dodge Enemy Attacks. -Makes Jumps and Runs at High Speed. -Find Secret Routes and Hidden Secrets in the game. -Very NICE GRAPHICS and Easy to Handle Movements. -If you find an Unprotected Treasure, CARE can be a trap. -Large, Fun, Easy to play, Occupies Little Space, Cheap. UNCENSORED MODE ACTIVE AT ALL TIMES. Achievements Every Second. Boobs Battleground or Boobs on Island, (it's the same game) NO Longer Exists. With 5000 achievements and beautiful graphics.
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Pathocentrism (from Dr.-Grech. Πάθος — Suffering) is one of the types of environmental ethics used by animal rights advocates, according to which the prohibition of animal torment is a duty to the animals themselves. This approach is based On the belief that all natural beings who may suffer have their own value. Pathocentrism puts the moral value of animals in dependence on the intensity of pain and suffering that creatures can feel in response to their destruction. For Example: Plants have less moral value than mammals. In the book "Bioethics and Education" (Sydney, Hamburg, 1990) J. R. Meyer leads the scheme of different types of worldview, differing understanding of the idea of moral duty of man. When the moral duty of the individual extends to all members of the group, we are dealing with sociocentrism. If It is believed that a person should protect all sentient beings on earth, this kind of ethics is called Pathocentrism. If the focus is on the person and his needs, it is recognized that only the person has value and, therefore, the person has a moral duty only before people, then such philosophical concept is called anthropocentrism. If, finally, it is recognized that a person has a moral duty to all living beings on Earth, is called to protect all living, animals and plants, then this kind of worldview is called biocentrism, that is the focus is "bios"-life Living. -T. N. Pavlova "Bioethics in Higher School" (1998) on Materials Meyer G.R. (ed.). "Bioethics in Education". Sydney and Hamburg: Lit, 1990 [1]
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