The Washington Post‘s new election 2016-themed mobile game, “Floppy Candidate,” lets users play as their favorite presidential candidate and bob and weave their way through news-centric obstacles, from giant old-school tape recorders to the Washington Monument. On the way, they can snag gold coins and answer trivia questions about current events. “This isn’t an attempt to revolutionize the gaming world. The Post is made up of political reporters, not gamers,” writes director of digital products and design Joey Marburger. “But the Post is pushing the limits on how to deliver content. That means experimenting, concocting, scheming and debating new and creative ways to help users engage with the news.”