Behold, a horse and he who sat upon it had the name "Blue Stallion of Death". The satanic steed comes to life and destroys the Mile High City in the new video game "Blucifer: The Doom Horse of Denver".

Created by video game developer Ryan Seabury, it follows Blue Mustang, the controversial 32-foot-tall statue at Denver International Airport, as he demolishes local landmarks by shooting laser beams from his beady red eyes. Along the way, Blucifer annihilates Broncos Stadium, the Capitol, Coors Field, Elitch Gardens, Pepsi Center, and even Casa Bonita.

“If you do enough damage, the big blue bear from the Convention Center comes to life and starts chasing you down,” Seabury told 9 News.

The game will be released later this year on Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play. Seabury has pledged to donate a portion of the proceeds to charity.

Tragically, Blue Mustang was cursed before it was even unveiled. In 2006, the horse's head fell on artist Luis Jiménez, severing his leg and killing him. The evil effigy was later completed by Jiminez' family and associates.

Since the hellish horse was installed in 2008, it has survived several public petitions to remove it. Meanwhile, DIA and City of Denver officials have consistently defended the anatomically correct abomination. In 2011, Yahoo ranked it as the third 'most bizarre' public art piece in the country.