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Redwood City, Calif. - June 29, 2009 - Uforia (www.uforia.com), a new online game publisher specializing in massively multiplayer online games, announced today that it will begin the Open Beta Test for Red
War: Edem's Curse (http://redwar.uforia.com) starting at 6 PM PDT.

Red War is an exciting free-to-play online MMORPG which takes gamers through the worlds of Meltya and Alies. Gamers can choose from three classes as they battle the dark forces of Qelian and the inhabitants of Meltya and attempt to prevent their peaceful world of Alies from being overtaken.

The Open Beta provides players with countless hours of fun and plenty of opportunities to meet new friends as they explore several new maps and battle new monsters that have been added since the last beta session. There is also a host of exciting events that will give players many chances at winning unique prizes that they will be able to use during the Open Beta period and beyond.

Players also will not have to contend with any character wipes as is often the case in many games. The characters that the players create will be permanent.

"We recently completed a very successful closed beta where we had hundreds of players from all over the world experience the game and provide some thoughtful feedback," said Mike Min, Game Operations Producer. "Now we are opening up the game to even more players to come and experience the world of Red War."
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