30 Nov 2007
And so it begins. Perhaps the only response to genuinely match the ridiculousness of the game.
Infiltrating the major power-bases...
Fucking hippies. Why aren't those coppers doing their job and beating the shit out of those unwashed lepers?
Our rather disturbing Terrorist Pinata at the legendary WoT Launch Party
Were they on the invite list? We're not sure, but we didn't have the courage to turn them away.
The state of the front room, after grabbing 300 games from Uniserve's clutches
A wall of WoT! It's photos like this that make us slightly scared about what we've gone and done.
Rescuing some games from Uniserve
Wandering the streets of Las Vegas at night, looking for material to build a booth
Our documentary crew filming Tom before the Vegas game fair opens.
A close-up of our stand, complete with fag packets, pornography and dollar bills screwed up and thrown on the ground. People loved it.
Lost in the desert...
... but we have a frisbee, so smiles all round.
The War on Terror Tournament in full swing.
Tom wears himself out painting a mural in Meltdown Comics, Hollywood
On Hollywood Blvd, at Mann's Chinese Theatre. Too hot for jumpsuits.
Big Bad Bill being interviewed by Current TV who were covering the weekend.
WoT is now officially 'As Seen On TV' as it's shown here, being played on Channel 4's sitcom, The IT Crowd
Your typical War on Terror game convention packing list. Mine signs, rubber vultures, skulls, geiger counters ... It's easier to list things that we don't pack.
Our first photo from the 'front line' - WoT offers new insights in Iraq.