People are outraged over a mobile game app named “Angry Trayvon” which was available through various app stores before it was finally pulled off the market.
The game’s main character is a man in a hooded sweatshirt who walks through different parts of the country getting revenge on “bad” people.
The game was made by Trade Digital and after negative feedback, the company removed the game from app stores.
However, it was not removed from the Google App store until July 9, 2013.
The game was created December 25, 2012.
Protestors Rally for Trayvon Martin
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1. 1. Protestors rally for Trayvon Martin. (Mary Altaffer/AP Photo)
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2. 2. Wanted poster for George Zimmerman ( AP Photo/David Goldman)
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3. 3. A man wears a hoodie and a scarf with the likeness of Trayvon Martin (AP)
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4. 4. Steven Jonhson, 3, joins a "Justice for Trayvon Martin hoodie rally" (AP)
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5. 5. Tyrone Boykins, left, of the Brooklyn borough of New York, takes part (AP)
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6. 6. Trayvon Martin's parents, Tracy Martin (left) and Syrina Fulton (right) (AP)
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7. 7. Keon McCloud holds a sign referencing the 36 days that have passed (AP)
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8. 8. A Florida woman holds a sign Tuesday in protest of against the lack (AP)
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9. 9. Miami Heat players wear team hoodies. (AP Photo/LeBron James via Twitter)
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10. 10. Miami Heat's game against the Detroit Pistons, Friday. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson)
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‘Angry Trayvon’ App Pulled from Online Markets
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