Take control of the infamous Brexit Bus in this brilliant new game
Do you, like David Davis, find yourself with a lot of time on your hands? Take back control of the infamous Brexit Bus and see how long you can keep it from crashing
Since the EU referendum was announced, the value of the pound has been up and down like a yo-yo.
Now you can ride those peaks and troughs in the Brexiteers' very own battle bus. How long can you keep it on the round before it all falls apart? Game created by Advisa
Josef Rantamäki from the marketing team at Advisa, which created it, said: "We wanted to make a light-hearted bit of content that taps into the great European issue of our time.
"With so much uncertainty and differences of opinion, it's often hard to predict what's going to happen next. It's all very serious, important stuff, but sometimes it's worth poking a little fun at the situation.
"Over the last year or so we kept seeing this red bus turn up in the British newspapers, so it felt like a good excuse to make something a little tongue in cheek that spoke to this uncertain and economically volatile period."
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