Today is Monday, Sept. 17, 2018. Here’s what you need to know:

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D.P. Dough, a calzone franchise, released a video game that lets customers earn free food through points scored in the game.

The game, called “Calzone Run,” lets you play as a D.P. Dough delivery driver where you deliver calzones to customers while avoiding different obstacles like kegs rolling down the street and couches on fire, as well as landmarks from each level.

The current version of the game includes Ohio and Colorado levels. Additional levels will be added in the future.

The app is available for download on both Apple and Android products right now.

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