Snuggle Truck

Snuggle Truck

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U.S.Ag3nt.♜ Oct 1, 2012 @ 1:22pm
Smuggle Truck on Steam?
Im curious because if you go to the Owlchemy labs site they talk about how Snuggle Truck is a reskin of Smuggle Truck (a game about smuggling illegal Mexicans across the border), and that the PC version of the game allows you to switch back and forth between Snuggle and Smuggle modes.

Does this also apply to the Steam version as well? Or is it only if you purchase it from the site itself.

Honestly I want Smuggle Truck and dont find as much enjoyment out of stuffed animals falling out of the pick-up in the same way babies fall out of a pick-up.
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SoS.Cabrony Oct 1, 2012 @ 1:37pm 
you cant play smuggle truck on steam,period. =(

i am a actual mexican and smuggletruck doesnt offend me at all 0,0y-~~
Xyberviri Oct 1, 2012 @ 7:54pm 
yeah dont buy the steam version because you can't play the smuggle version, dont support censorship.
U.S.Ag3nt.♜ Oct 1, 2012 @ 8:03pm 
Error 52 Oct 1, 2012 @ 11:37pm 
I don't think it's censorship. If they added Isaac, they probably would add Smuggletruck.

Unless Valve is like "Baby crying tears to kill his mother? A-Ok! Immigration satire? Boo!"
U.S.Ag3nt.♜ Oct 2, 2012 @ 1:08am 
The odd thing is they were "censored" on Apple iOS's but they offer both games for 5 bucks (always) on their site. the Steam version appears to be the Apple iOS version though.

It's kind of goofy by the developers then. Its like "Hey we have this perfectly good variant of the game specifically made for PC/Mac but no thats ok here have the iPhone version instead".

Shifty Mario Oct 4, 2012 @ 7:50am 
Unfortunately I think the only way to play Smuggle Truck is with an Android. Unsure if it's on the market, but it was available on a Humble Bundle.
Dowlphwin May 24, 2015 @ 7:39am 
Ironically, the ponies might offend way more people than the Mexicans do, haha.
Oh well... we don't have to discuss the absurdity of political correctness. I mean, I'm a human being, but am I offended by every game that kills people and demand it be taken down for devaluing human life?
In the end, what matters for big business is the version of political correctness dictated by the Empire, and in that version, Mexicans illegally crossing borders is a total no-no, while assassinating democratically elected politicians is being funded and supported.
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