North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (center) provides field guidance at the construction site of an orphanage and orphans' schools in Wonsan City, in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency Feb. 11, 2015. Reuters

Have you ever secretly fantasized about living life as North Korea leader Kim Jong Un? Well, now you can be Kim, at least in a new video game. The online game featuring a very overweight Kim and retro arcade graphics makes it impossible not to get a hole-in-one. Play the game here.

"Kim Jong Un" golf invites players to "Step into Kim Jong Un's golfing shoes and play a round of golf as our Glorious Leader. His father, Kim Jong Il, is famous for getting a hole-in-one on every hole when he used to play. Do you have the skill required to keep up the family tradition? This is a realistic simulation of what it is like to play golf as a Glorious Leader," according to its website.

The game is apparently a reference to Kim's father and predecessor, Kim Jong Il, who famously scored an 11 holes-in-one at an 18-hole golf course the first time he picked up a golf club, according to North Korean state news reports. He allegedly never played again, the Mirror reported.

The very hefty Kim featured in the game is likely a nod to the 31-year-old leader's affinity for cheese and other calorie-heavy foods. Media reports last year claimed he had become so obese that his ankles fractured under his own weight, requiring corrective surgery, and he is said to be suffering from weight-related health problems such as gout and sciatica.

North Korea released hundreds of new propaganda slogans Thursday ahead of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Workers' Party of Korea. They urge North Koreas to "build a fairyland for the people by dint of science" and "let the strong wind of fish farming blow across the country."