Guild system rumbles into free-to-play fighter.
El Segundo, Calif.- February 3, 2011 - OGPlanet, a leading North American publisher of free-to-play online games today announced the launch of a newly-integrated Guild System in their flagship casual action fighting game, Rumble Fighter. Rumble Fighter players can now ally themselves and fight in a designated Guild Channel for top rank and prizes every month. This new feature offers a broad-range of opportunity for both new and old players, encouraging both teamwork and a competitive edge to make it to the top for hard-earned glory.
OGPlanet will be featuring quarterly tournaments for hardened veterans, newcomers and casual players of the game. Great prizes will be up for grabs, including new laptop computers, in-game cash, exclusive in-game items, and Rumble Fighter swag to show off and wear proudly. The first annual Rumble Fighter Guild Tournament, the "Rumble Royale" is launching this month. Guild applications are currently taking place and are open for all community members.
Rumble Fighter is a massively multiplayer, competitive-based fighting game that started in August 2007 and has over 1 million registered users from North America and Europe. One of the most unique fighting games ever created, Rumble Fighter allows up to 8 players to battle it out online in simultaneous melee action. Featuring an advanced combo attack skill system with multitudes of real fighting styles to choose from, Rumble Fighter allows players to build the fighter they've always wanted to be.
For more information on Rumble Fighter, or to register for the game, please visit Rumble Fighter Home
OGPlanet is a leading North American publisher of online games. The company, founded in 2005, offers a selection of some of the best massively multiplayer online games on a free-to-play basis. Users experience beautiful, easy-to-play multiplayer online games without the obligations of a subscription fee. For more information, visit www.ogplanet.com.
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