Thunderbird Strike, the latest game from Elizabeth LaPensée, and winner of the Best Digital Media Work at imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, the leading Indigenous media arts festival is now available for PC, Android and Apple. To celebrate the release of Thunderbird Strike, A Tribe Called Geek is teaming up with LaPensée to give you the opportunity to win some great prizes for doing what you do best….getting your Indigenerd On!

We will be choosing two winners – One winner will be chosen from those playing the PC version and one winner will be chosen from those playing the Mobile app. All you have to do to enter is download the game, play and submit a screenshot of your highest score to info@atribecalledgeek.com. Please include Thunderbird Strike in the subject line, your name, email address and what version of the game you are playing. Winners will be announced on January 5th, 2018.

Download and Play here:

Windows PC
Prize Packages will include a set of stickers, a t-shirt, and a custom thunderbird art print with colors of your choice.

About the game

In Thunderbird Strike, a side-scrolling game, players can control a thunderbird—a figure in several Indigenous cultures—that destroys as much of the oil industry’s machinery and pipelines as it possibly can while activating as many animals and people as possible with searing lightning strikes.
Players use lightning to destroy vehicles, buildings, and pipelines, or they can use it to restore wolf, caribou, buffalo, and people. At the end of the game, players battle against a pipeline snake representing Line 5 underneath the Mackinac Bridge in the Great Lakes. Thunderbird Strike is a high score game—players always win and can replay for higher scores.

About The Author

Johnnie Jae
Founder

Johnnie Jae is of the Otoe-Missouria and Choctaw tribes of Oklahoma. She is the managing partner of Native Max Magazine, founder of A Tribe Called Geek, and contributor to Native News Online. She is the manager and producer for the Success Native Style Radio Network, where she hosts the Indigenous Flame and A Tribe Called Geek radio shows. She is also a founding board member of Not Your Mascots. Known as the "Brown Ball of Fury," Jae seamlessly shifts from humor and pop culture to advocacy and digital media, which has made her a much-sought after speaker and commentator. Her work has been discussed in many media outlets, such as Indian Country Today, ATPN, CBC, USA Today, BBC, Global Post, Women’s E-News, Takepart.com and Upworthy. She has been a guest on several radio shows, including Native America Calling, Native Trailblazers, BBC World Have Your Say and ICI Radio.

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