Check out the 'Brett Favre Gunslinger' video game app

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Stop what you're doing and listen.

Brett Favre is putting the pads back on and playing football again.

Kind of. But not really.

Favre, according a site he sponsors, Sqor.com, is releasing a new app called "Favre Gunslinger." It's not yet available for download, but you can get on a waiting list to download it when it does arrive.

The game features Favre protecting his end zone by throwing footballs at on-charging rats and other monsters. Naturally, there's a Packers-theme to the game because the monsters are trying to get Favre's cheese.

Favre is no longer just a Wranglers man. In addition to rocking some manly jeans, Favre is also part of a new venture called "Favre & Carve," which has a slogan of "Charcuterie For Cheeseheads."

In related Favre news, the gunslinger will have his number retired when he's inducted to the Packers Hall of Fame on July 18.

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