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Bring it on - Tony and William do battle

And still the games keep coming. This one is called Crouching Tony, Hidden Hague - based of course on the film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.

It's a good old arcade punch-up. Tony Blair wears a dashing red karate suit and William Hague a cut-down boiler suit. They fight in front of the Houses of Parliament and each have special moves: Tony has a tiger punch and leg sweep, Little Willy a power punch and Hurricane.

The game's actually pretty good (oh, by the way, you'll need the latest Flash player). However, as with all beat-em-ups, it will end up with you tapping away at buttons randomly and hoping you win. No harm in that. Another problem is that we have found it impossible to beat the computer if you play the One Player game.

Bit of a laugh though. If you beat Blair, the cry of victory informs him that he fights like his baby and he ought to have brought Two Jabs along with him. Beat Hague, and exclaim "you are weak, baldy".

Good value. ®

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