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Drug bust spawns video game

A video game based on Jaycee Chan's arrest has drawn 60 million hits in a day and counting.

Called All the People Search for Jaycee Chan, it went viral after it appeared last Tuesday on Chinese messaging app WeChat, reported Hong Kong's South China Morning Post.

The game consists of tiles, most of which show the face of Kai Ko, the actor who was arrested with Jaycee.

The trick is the find the one tile with Jaycee's face and get to the highest possible level in a minute.

One WeChat user is quoted in the BBC as saying: "It's a great shame about his career, but I had fun playing the game; it seemed pointless, but proved to be very addictive."

Said another: "Spot Jaycee? It's harder than finding Wally."