As Poke’mon Go continues to sweep the world, Frank gets caught in the huge worldwide craze. He downloaded the app on his smartphone and tried to play it. It took awhile but he got into a hang of it. And soon, he was catching some good Poke’mon to train and battle other players with. But then it hit him. This game’s game play is a lot like what he does. Going around hunting down one mobster after another. But instead of capturing the mobster, Frank kills him so he won’t hurt innocent people again. This inspired Frank to invent a game of his own he calls “PunishMob Go” a reality-style game he doesn’t have to download an app on his smartphone to play. He doesn’t have to worry about server errors, bugs, or crashes, either.
To play the game, all he has to do is download large rhino bullets into his automatic weapon of choice, which is usually the M-60, sharpen his knives, fill his ball-shaped grenades with heavy amounts of liquid nitrogen explosives, and load up his M1911 pistols. Then, Frank puts on his bulletproof armor chest plate bearing his iconic skull emblem. He then takes his utility belt and shoulder pads, fills them up with all the accessories, snacks, grenades, gas bombs, and ammo that he needs to reload his guns, and puts them on. When he’s ready, Frank goes off to play a game of “PunishMob Go” where he enters the bad parts of town to hunt, battle, and punish crooks and mobsters wherever he finds them. And the only people Frank trains for battle against other “players” in this game is no other than Frank, himself.