KUMA Games Lets Players Take Down Libyan Strongman Gaddafi in Final Fight on the Streets of Libya in KUMA\WAR Episode 108

Oct 26, 2011, 21:45 ET from KUMA, LLC

TRIPOLI, Libya, Oct. 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The 42 year reign of Col. Muammar Gaddafi has ended after he was killed at the hands of Libyan rebel forces on Thursday, October 20, 2011, after months of intense campaigning for control. That same day KUMA Games announced an upcoming re-creation of Gaddafi's last stand in a new episode of KUMA\WAR  to be released just 5 days after the breaking news.

In KUMA\WAR Episode 108: The Fall of Sirte: Gaddafi's Last Stand. Gamers will recreate the final battle to oust the former leader and end the war.  With this latest development in Libya, KUMA Games continues their tradition of recreating real world events as immersive video game experiences.  Since 2004, KUMA has re-visited key events including the death Osama bin Laden, Saddam Hussein's capture, the death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the Battle of Fallujah, the rescue of the Maersk Alabama from pirates, and many more in realistic 3D video games.

"We returned, once again, to KUMA\WAR for the 4 million Middle Eastern and North African gamers that play our games. This is their moment, their triumph, and we wanted to make a game that acknowledges their fight for freedom," KUMA's CEO Keith Halper remarks.

Episode 108: The Fall of Sirte: Gaddafi's Last Stand  will be available for free download today at www.kumawar.com or www.kumagames.com/gaddafigame  

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