GREEN GABLES: FoxToid has just uncovered what may be the biggest religion-based videogame scandal since the 1991 release of Wisdom Tree Inc. title Bible Adventures.
Early this morning, authorities launched a synchronized surprise raid on industry-leading videogame developers and publishers like Atari, Ubeesoft, D4, Buthesduh, THque, and BeastiSoft, among others, in attempts to uncover evidence of their involvement in what is being called Equestrian Science Alliance.
According to authorities, these videogame makers have banded together with the Church of Scientology to incorporate brain washing devices into all of their horse-based videogames. Horsezzz, Let's Ride Me, and Boobie Horse Adventures are listed among the almost 90 titles that contain subliminal messages of alien worship and animal love.
FoxToid attempted to reach the Ring horse for comment, but he declined, opting to place his right eye really close to the camera lens instead.
UPDATE: A new report tells us that some of the print/magazine world may also been linked to the ESA, though no confirmations have surfaced yet. DeAgostini publication I Love Horses uses a promotional song that is sure to contain subliminal messages that control the listener's brain.
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