Angry Goy II

Left wing terrorists have kidnapped the President! If he is not rescued, Western civilization will fall. Do you have what it takes, or are you a cuck?

Angry Goy II

Angry Goy II

Angry Goy II is the season’s hit game for White males who have had it with Jewish bullshit. Instead of taking out your frustrations on actual human beings, you can fight the mongrels and degenerates on your computer! Use guns, knives, pepper spray, and more! Lay waste to wave after wave of shitdicks, shitskins, shitstains, and the kikes they serve.

This is version 1.0. An updated version will be coming in the days ahead.

(Requires Microsoft Windows operating system)

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A note about anti-virus false positives:

It was brought to my attention by a Radical Agenda listener that a virus scan from detected a keylogger/backdoor in the executable file of this game (AngryGoyII.exe).  Understandably, people in our circles would want to avoid being infected with such a problematic piece of malware even more than the average citizen, and we should all be skeptical of anyone who offers us an executable file.

When the developer contacted me about hosting the game, I told him that I would have to scan it for viruses and test the game out, so he would have to give me some advance notice. I did this before releasing it. I suspect the detection at VirusTotal is a false positive for reasons I will explain below.

What one notices when looking at this scan is that of the 70 antivirus engines checking the file, only six detect the keylogger. Of those six, the only recognizable name to me, is McAfee-GW-Edition. However, as one scrolls down the list of clean results, they see that regular McAfee also sees the file as being clean.

This seems to be in line with a thread on the McAfee support forums titled “McAfee GW Edition is out of control” where this version of the software is detecting malware in reputable applications like FireFox and Steam.

I spoke to the developer about these suspicions, and he gave me what I think to be a plausible explanation.

As for the keylogging, there is an extension called controlX which is a fusion 2.5 extension that is used in conjunction with an xbox controller extension to detect inputs on an xbox controller and map them to the keyboard. Maybe it picked that up as keylogger.


This makes sense to me, because if it was a real keylogger, that is a very noticeable heuristic that would surely be driving my anti-virus insane. I’ve played this game a few times, and had no such issues at all. It hasn’t requested any odd permissions, and it doesn’t require administrator privileges.

I ran a more in depth analysis of the executable from Hybrid-Analysis. This service runs some additional tests, along with the VirusTotal detection. You can view that report here to get a better idea of what the application is doing.

This game is still on my computer. I still enjoy playing it. I spoke on the phone with the developer, and he comes across as an honest person who cares about our movement. That is why it is still available for download. If I thought this were malicious software, I would have removed it and sent out a warning to my audience.