If you don't like former Taiwan president Lee Teng-hui and you want some fun while surfing the Internet, one mainland Web site has just the game for you. Prankster Duck is available on the 21dnn.com news Web site, jointly set up by nine official news media outlets in Beijing. The game is accompanied by an animated short story which starts by vilifying the 77-year-old Mr Lee as a dog currying favour from a character who dresses as if Japanese. The story includes a drama called Scare on the Sea , which shows Taiwan drifting away from the mainland. Taiwan is finally swallowed by a shark - apparently a warning against independence. Video game enthusiasts can then choose from three games - The Dragon and Tiger Fist, Ugly Puzzle and Sky-blasting Cannon. While the first allows players to punch a caricature of Mr Lee in the face, Ugly Puzzle invites one to paste distorted features - or other things, including caterpillars - on Mr Lee's face. Sky-blasting Cannon is more conventional. Sharp-shooters score every time they hit a parachutist - again Mr Lee - who jumps from an aeroplane. Mainland media have consistently criticised the Taiwan-born former president for promoting independence. Cross-strait relations plummeted last summer after Mr Lee claimed that Taiwan and the mainland should be considered as two separate states. The tirade did not die down even after Mr Lee stepped down as the island's president in May. Xinhua ran a commentary the day after Mr Lee resigned as the chairman of the Kuomintang saying: 'Lee's resignation proves that those who favour independence are doomed.' Mr Lee has been a constant subject for ridicule on mainland Internet chatrooms. He was branded a traitor and some radical Web surfers even called for military action against the island. Mr Lee's successor, Chen Shui-bian, has made several gestures to ease tensions with the mainland, but cross-strait relations remain strained. China has stated that cross-Strait dialogue will not be resumed unless Mr Chen embraces the 'one-China' principle.