Titled ‘Putin’s fabulous wardrobe’, the simple flash game appeared on the website of fashion designer Kristof Buntinx. The game appears to have no purpose, but its timing around the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics in which Russia’s ‘gay propaganda’ laws are being scrutinised suggests it could be a protest of sorts.
Users can even accessorise Putin’s outfit with a hat or some neck bling, choose the underwear, colours of the carpet or wallpaper, and more.
Buntinx gained world fame late last year with the release of his Russian-branded anti-gay propaganda protest boxer shorts and homoerotic calendar.
Buntinx described the game as: “Intended for both boys and girls aged seven and up. The online game gives children the opportunity to dress Russian leader Putin in unique outfits with iconic pieces from Kristof Buntinx’ collections.”
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