Players Experience Part Two Of The Large Scale
Thwarted By American Troops In Samarra, Iraq
New York, NY (April 12, 2004) - Kuma\War,
an online game service featuring accurate recreations
of real world events in the war on terror,has launched
its newest mission, Samarra Bank Heist Part 2.
The latest mission, Samarra
Bank Heist Part 2, takes place in the end of November 2003,
one of the deadliest months for coalition forces since the start
of the war in Iraq. M embers of the United States' 4th Infantry
Division are guarding coalition cash convoys swapping out old Iraqi
dinars for new ones printed without Saddam Hussein's image.
In a previous mission, Samarra Bank Heist
Part 1, players fought off guerrilla forces as they attempted
to ambush the cash convoys at the Samarra bank . U.S. troops with
In the coming weeks, Kuma\War will
release missions based on the unfolding events in Fallujah. Kuma\War
also plans to release two new missions to coincide
with the anniversary of the Iran Hostage Crisis, which will present
the U.S. military's actual plan for freeing the hostages. Kuma\War
is available for download and free trial at www.kumawar.com
and can be purchased for a $9.99 per month subscription fee.
Kuma Reality Games is offering a free subscription
to everyone with a".mil" email address until June 30th.
ABOUT KUMA REALITY GAMES
Kuma Reality Games builds re-creations of real-world
events using advanced gaming tools. Each month, Kuma subscribers
receive playable missions, video news shows, extensive intelligence
gathered from news sources around the world, and insight from a
decorated team of military veterans. Kuma\War
is a first and third-person tactical squad-based game that provides
multiple updates monthly to the consumer's computer via a broadband
connection, to reflect unfolding events in the real world. Current
playable missions include: Uday and Qusay Hussein's Last Stand in
Mosul, Iraq, Parts 1 and 2; Operation Anaconda in Afghanistan; Samarra
Bank Heist, Parts 1 and 2. Kuma Reality Games, headquartered in
New York, New York is a privately held company.
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