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NotGTA5 parody launches today, all profits to UK charity

"It stands for Great Traffic Adventure."

UK indie developer NotGames has launched NotGTAV, a low-budget PC parody of Rockstar's open-world adventure, set in the UK.

It includes three British locations: you can bother sheep in rural Wales, raid a LIDL in Swindon and play as David Cameron in London running over liberals and public sector workers.

The game is available now for however much you want to pay and all profits will go to charity.

"This game is absolutely, definitely NOT Grand Theft Auto V," NotGames' Jay Orbaum told Eurogamer. "The GTA in our 'NotGTAV' doesn't stand for Grand Theft Auto, no, it stands for Great Traffic Adventure. And the V is silent. Like the V in 'lawsuit'."

It really isn't anything like GTA5 - it's more like a version of Snake with crayon-drawn graphics.

That said, it looks like fun - and the game's profits will be awarded to NotGames' local charity Peer Productions, a Woking-based arts education charity that teaches teens about social issues through plays, workshops and films.

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