Austin, Texas - Austin, Texas - AUSTIN, TX – Tiny Utopia, LLC today announced the launch of its newest mobile game, Obama Fund Run, available for free on iTunes and Google Play December 19th. Obama Fund Run is an endless runner game released just in time for the budget showdown going on in Washington this week. Players help the President pick up money to fund the government while avoiding pitfalls like the GOP, NSA spying, and government blockades. With fun graphics and easy controls Obama Fund Run represents a new venture into political satire. Whether players are Republican or Democrat they can cross the aisle and agree that this game is awesome. With unique touch controls, your swiping actions make you the ruler of the free world, or at least, this app. Swipe the Commander-in-Chief up to jump, down to roll, and left and right to dodge upcoming obstacles in this endless runner. With quick movements POTUS can appropriate all the coins himself and don’t need no stinkin’ Congress. If you win you get to join Michelle, Malia, and Sasha and you’re best friend, Bo, at the White House. With beautiful 3D graphics the Administration would never veto this awesome game. “We are very excited to release this new game in time for the holiday season,” said Tiny Utopia Founder and CEO Neal Nellans. “2013 has been a great year for Tiny Utopia and these games are a reflection of the quality and diversity of options we are bringing to the mobile gaming community.” Tiny Utopia has released 6 mobile games this year. Tiny Utopia is an independent development company that strives to bring quality, original artwork and fresh exciting experiences to mobile game players. Founders include Academy Award winning artists and a team of AAA game developers. Tiny Utopia develops and produces in-house original titles, such as Epic Mech Wars and Soda Star, as well as works with third party publishers and marketing teams to extend their existing brands into new interactive IPs. Located in Austin, Texas, Tiny Utopia’s staff focus on making great games, breakfast tacos and keeping it weird. www.tinyutopia.com.