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Real Life Multiplayer Shooting Game Becoming the Physical Version of Call of Duty and the Likes with Teamplay (Video Included)

June 28, 2012

The real life multiplayer shooting game MobileWar has added teamplay to its features. The included gameplay video shows mobile phone owners getting physically active playing virtual warfare

The Netherlands (PRWEB) June 28, 2012

The outdoor shooting app MobileWar has added teamplay to its features along with accuracy settings. Players can now create any amount of teams and play together just like they can in computer games like Call of Duty and Battlefield. The big difference is that now they can do it in real life.

The released MobileWar gameplay video shows mobile phone owners getting physically active playing virtual warfare. It resembles lasergames and paintball but now all it requires is a mobile phone.

The app uses the GPS position and the accelerometer inside the phone to tell the phone with which direction and what angle it is shooting. Positions and shots get updated continuously to servers in the US and Europe and for smooth performance players need a fast dataconnection with either Wifi or 3G. The accuracy can be set ranging from low (allowing a wider range) to high, which is especially suitable for more experienced users who like to play with sniper modes at longer distances.

MobileWar is available for Android and will soon be available for Iphone.

The free version has a 10 day trial feature after which it can still be used with ad-support and less functionality than the full version. The full version is available for $1.99 or EUR 1,49.

Visit the MobileWar website for more information

Direct link to the free version of MobileWar for Android

Direct link to the paid version of MobileWar for Android

About Upright Media Concepts

Upright Media Concepts is a Dutch company specializing in mobile apps & creative concepts. MobileWar is its first release.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prwebmobilewar/app/prweb9587494.htm


Source: prweb



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