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Skrim Games would like to announce the near completion of the largest and most advanced CD to net gaming arena in videogame history.  

The game will feature the entire sport of paintball in a way that has never before been shown, featuring all forms of game play as well as leagues and team competitions.  

Players will literally be able to use any equipment they wish, play on any field, and compete against others from all across the world on a 100% original never before seen multiplayer engine- which may or may not include the followingJ:

     20+ players at once 
     Voice to voice interaction 
     Exact paintball flight dynamics 
     Equipment and upgrades modeled to perform exactly as it does in live play 
     Formal League play 
     Formal Tournament Scheduling 
     Full range of motion 
     Insane Prizes 

As yet Skrim is not willing to disclose exactly how game play will function only that it will blow everyone away.  

The main objective of Skrim Games is to launch the physical sport of paintball into the homes of every man woman and child who loves competition.  Therefore they are seeking out sponsorships from the establishment to help enhance the games realism and appeal. 

At this time they have accepted sponsorships from Lapco, and Center Flag and are currently negotiating with representatives from Pro-Team, Tippmann, Psychoballistics, Air America, Challenge Park, and many others.

Skrim Games will be accepting sponsorships until April 25th of 2001.  After that they will be disappearing back into the dark computer lit recesses of the main office to program until their eyes melt.  

The as yet untitled game is scheduled for release some time in October of 2002.

For sponsorship/contact information please see, or email

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