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Screenshots of the game are available on request

Truckers are getting their revenge on Jeremy Clarkson for his remarks about them murdering prostitutes, by running him over in a new computer game.

Run Clarkson Run has been built in just 24 hours and released free on the internet, by Glasgow games development company T-Enterprise.

You can play it free at

In the game, you control a little animated Clarkson being chased by lorries driven by angry truckers.

You must jump over the lorries and grab the piles of TV licence payers’ cash.

But get your timing wrong – and SPLAT, no more Clarkson.

T-Enterprise’s managing director Sadia Chishti said: “Jeremy Clarkson is a loveable rogue, but we think he’s overstepped the mark this time.

“So we figured we’d give truckers the chance for revenge. And not just truckers; the whole family can spend hours playing the game, running over and killing Jeremy Clarkson just for fun!”

Clarkson hit the headlines earlier this week after making the remarks on TV show Top Gear.

As he completed a lorry-driving task on the show, Clarkson said: "This is a hard job and I'm not just saying that to win favour with lorry drivers - it's a hard job: Change gear, change gear, change gear, check mirror, murder a prostitute, change gear, change gear, murder. That's a lot of effort in a day."

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

In the last few months it has captured a clutch of headlines across the globe for its weekly games.

One recent game helped PM Gordon Brown shred sensitive data before the government lost it.

In another, players had to help George Bush in a shoot out with Congress to get his bank bail-out billions.

You can sign up for the free games for yourself at


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