Paul McCartney’s divorce: the computer game

New game lets you play the part of Heather Mills

A computer game based on the court case involving the divorce settlement between Sir Paul McCartney and Heather Mills has been released online.

The game, named Mucca Chucka, involves players playing the part of Heather Mills.

Points are scored by throwing virtual water over depictions of Sir Paul McCartney and his lawyer, Fiona Shackleton, in scenes echoing the incident in which Mills threw water over Shackleton in court following Mills being awarded £24.3 million of McCartney‘s fortune.

Points are deducted on the Mucca Chucka game if a player hits a depiction of a judge by mistake. The more points a player scores, the more of Sir Paul McCartney‘s money the player wins.

The game can be found at Muccachucka.co.uk.