We were offended before we even watched this, mostly because everyone knows that an Irish Christmas Eve is spent in the pub and not playing games.

Why the Swedish have a game named after one of our most hallowed eves is beyond us but seeing as the goal is to simulate being drunk, you can measure your outrage accordingly.

Alicia Vikander introduced Jimmy Fallon and the world to the game on 'The Tonight Show' last night, this time with the added twist of some bow and arrow work in honour of Vikander's new film 'Tomb Raider'.

Thankfully, Vikander's husband, Michael Fassbender, has nothing to do with it and knew nothing about it (until now) so at least we know he has no part in it existing.

Awful sly, that Vikander.