A few months ago the consummate smart assess at the Onion News Network deployed a news report on a hot new game (fake, of course) called Close Range. The report detailed the main point of the game: to shoot people and animals at close range in the face. The video, which you can watch here is hilarious.
But that wasn't good enough for ONN. They decided it would be a good idea to create an actual game for the iPhone. When they went to get approval from Apple, their app was rejected. Big shock there. Apparently, the idea of shooting people and animals at point blank range was too violent of a concept for Apple.
What got them, as Game, Set, Watch points out, is this line from the Apple App Guidelines:
"apps portraying realistic images of people or animals being killed or maimed, shot, stabbed, tortured or injured will be rejected."
Daily Finance has more on how this particular deal breaker might not apple to "professional political satirists and humorists."