Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s adopted children have been made into “fashion accessories” in a new online game which also encourages young children to administer contraceptives. In the game, My Minx, “players clothe their ‘virtual minxes’ in lingerie and other revealing outfits and can buy orphans named after the adopted children of celebrities including Madonna and Ewan McGregor. The adoption clinic in a virtual Style City features children called Pax, Maddox and Zahara, after the actress Angelina Jolie’s children. They have also been given the same ages and nationalities as Jolie’s, with Maddox, three, said to be Cambodian and a fan of eating cockroaches. Similarly up for grabs are Vietnamese noodle-lover Pax, five, and Ethiopian Zahara, four, whose favourite food is said to be guinea pig. The adoption centre also offers a David Banda, four, and Mercy, five, of Malawi, apparently modelled on Madonna’s adopted children. Once they have paid the adoption fees, players style their new children in over-the-top designer gear and can then try and sell image rights for them to celebrity magazines.”
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