Multiverse Ready to do Battle

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Multiverse, a leading provider of interactive entertainment development technology, today launched Battle, the company’s first web-based video game that pits players against one another in an action-packed gladiator match.
When playing Battle, players choose from a variety of weapon attacks and magic spells to overwhelm and defeat their opponents. Consumers can play Battle for free at leading social networking sites, including Facebook, MySpace, and Friendster; leading casual game portal, Kongregate; and Multiverse’s own site http://battle.multiverse.net.  Because the game uses Flash, which is already installed on over 98% of all computers worldwide, consumers don’t need to download or install any new software.
"Battle is the first glimpse of a whole new level of excitement in casual games. While new players can begin having fun in seconds, experienced gamers will be thrilled to finally see in a web browser the kind of action and graphics they’ve found on consoles and in massively multiplayer online games," said Corey Bridges, co-founder and executive producer, Multiverse. "We’re confident Battle is going to redefine players’ expectations of what’s possible in casual games."
 
Battle: A Sneak Peek of New Platform Capabilities
By extending its platform to enable the development of games for social and casual sites, Multiverse is helping its customers tap into a growing and lucrative consumer resource. According to the Casual Gaming Association, casual games have 200 million active players worldwide who generate $2.25 billion annually.
 
"We built Battleto showcase what’s possible with our underlying technology, the Multiverse Platform," said Rafhael Cedeno, co-founder and CTO, Multiverse. "As a platform provider, we’re focused on helping teams build any kind of game or virtual world they want for any outlet – with us, the possibilities are virtually limitless.”
 
This technology enables game-developers to bring, for the first time, proven genres of gameplay – MMO, sports, combat, real-time strategy, and more – to web browsers in an action-packed multiplayer experience. Multiverse plans to make this new functionality available for public use in the coming months, and has already begun working with a select number of its current customers who have received a preview of its capabilities.

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