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A free online game has been launched where players help a Heather Mills character collect her £24m divorce settlement by throwing water around a courtroom. has been launched by Glasgow games development firm T-Enterprise.

You control a cartoon Heather Mills in a courtroom, armed with a glass of water.

Using your mouse, you aim the crosshairs of her water weapon at the bench.

When Paul McCartney or his lawyer pop up from behind the bench, throw the water and splash them to win some of his cash!

But if the judge pops up and is soaked by the accident, the divorce settlement goes down.

The point of the game is to strip Paul of his money in the fastest possible time.

You can play the game free at

T-Enterprise’s MD Sadia Chishti said: “We’re not out to have a dig at Heather Mills. We wanted to show how quick and easy it is to create a fun viral game based round any topical event.

“Because people will play them over and over again and spread the message themselves, free games are a powerful way for any business to spread a message.”

T-Enterprise is a bespoke software and game development business based in Baillieston, Glasgow

On top of its paid work creating games for clients and the Xbox 360, it builds free online games to raise awareness of issues, as well as have some fun.

Recently T-Enterprise launched a fun Kung-fu shark game to highlight the problem of sharks being caught for shark-fin soup.

Another game spread awareness of the problems faced to the UK’s bee population by the varroa mite, which latches onto bees and sucks their ‘blood’”.

T-Enterprise employs six people and works with businesses across the UK.



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