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<p>The latest episode of the long-running comedy show South Park digs into the unethical side of freemium mobile games.</p><p>We're talking about grinding, wait-timers, and multiple in-game currencies used to encourage you to spend your real money inside a game.</p><p>If you play mobile games in any capacity then you're bound to be familiar with the pressure that comes with freemium games. It's this that the South Park episode criticizes.</p><p>You can watch the episode here, but not if you're in the UK, unfortunately. Luckily, Kotaku has some choice clips from the episode.</p><p>The first one sees a Canadian businessman explaining to Terrence and Philip what freemium games are, and how they work.</p><p>"With mobile apps we now have the ability to make games that are boring and stupid," he begins. "But, if you pay for inventions, you're rewarded."</p><p>"Freemium. The "mium" is Latin for not really," another guy adds.</p>Whale hunting<p>Another clip that, again, Kotaku has available for you to watch, delves into the concept of whales.</p><p>"Whales" is the term used by companies to refer to the one percent of users who contribute to most of a game's profits.</p><p>"The truth is, a very small percentage of people who download freemium games ever pay anything for them," the character says.</p><p>"It's all about finding the heaviest users, and extracting the most amount of cash from them.</p><p>"That's how you get addicts to pay two hundred bucks for a game that's not even worth forty cents."</p><p>Terrence then replies with: "But then all our profits come from people with problems."</p><p>The businessman's reply? "Don't think about that! Think about all the money!"</p>Kotaku.