In case you missed it, a new game has been released to iOS and Android devices.

It's called "Jrump" and as you can probably tell from the name, it's got everything to do with Donald Trump.

In fact, the "hero" in the game is a virtual version of the presidential candidate himself, dubbed "Donald Jrump".

The free app was developed by four New Zealanders who "took it upon themselves to portray the madness [of the election] in game form".

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The game is set in 2017 after Trump wins the election and when "international borders have closed up, global warming research has halted and brick sales have increased at a staggering rate", as per the app's description.

The game puts you in multiple locations, which must be unlocked with collected points. These include Wallytown D.C., Lost Vegas, New Dork and Follywood.

How to play

When you open the app for the first time, you are introduced to the game by Mr "Jrump" himself.

He declares his "job here on earth is done" and he now needs "your help to get [him] as high into the galaxy as possible to fix their problems too".

To get Mr "Jrump" into the galaxy, you need to build walls for him to jump on.

As the Jrump avatar says, "we're gonna jump on my favourite things in the world!".

To build the walls, you simply need to draw a line across your smartphone screen. When Mr "Jrump" jumps on a wall, it collapses and makes way for you to build the next.

Along the way, Trump is attacked by adversaries including jet pack-wearing Hillary Clinton. Photo / YouTube
Along the way, Trump is attacked by adversaries including jet pack-wearing Hillary Clinton. Photo / YouTube

Avoid things Mr Jrump doesn't like

While building walls, you also need to manoeuvre around Mexicans, global warming scientists, aliens and even politicians (yes, Obama and Clinton make an appearance).

The higher you go, the more points you earn.

You can even collect "All American Eagles" on your way up to activate the "All American Eagle Flight" which gives Mr "Jrump" a boost.

Collect points to dress up

Once you collate enough points, you can even buy different costumes to dress Mr Jrump.

The best thing about the game is probably the voice impersonation of Mr Trump (thanks to Eric Harthen).

But it is highly addictive, so don't say I didn't warn you.