Burbank, Calif. – Sept. 5, 2012 – Dungeon Rampage, the online game from developer and publisher Rebel Entertainment, an operating business of IAC (NASDAQ: IACI), officially launches today with new and expanded free-to-play content on Facebook Platform, dedicated site DungeonRampage.com and online gaming portal Kongregate.com.
Set against the backdrop of perilous dungeons and menacing worlds, players are able to enjoy arcade-style gameplay and synchronous online multiplayer action. Dungeon Rampage challenges players to band together, arm themselves and defeat the evil-minded minions of a vicious tyrant in this extraordinarily action-packed game.
"As a multiplayer action game that's compelling for traditional gamers as well as the new generation of online and social gamers, it's only natural that we continue to expand Dungeon Rampage across multiple platforms," said Mike Goslin, general manager, Rebel Entertainment. "We want our fans to have the ability to rampage together whenever or wherever they choose."
Since its beta launch on Facebook earlier this year, Dungeon Rampage has attracted over 3 million gamers and has become one of the most popular and top-rated games offered on the platform. Gamers from around the world have already:
"Having already proved to be a hit with gamers, Dungeon Rampage's fast-paced, synchronous play will give our players an immense combat experience," said Jim Greer, CEO, Kongregate. "Rebel Entertainment created a riveting game, and we are delighted that quality titles like this are finding a home on Kongregate."
Dungeon Rampage provides combatants with a choice of six warriors, such as the hammer-wielding Berserker, the unconventional Battle Chef and the katana-slashing Ghost Samurai – with more to come soon. These fierce fighters are sent on a thrilling journey through the "Dungeon Games" of an evil king named Lord Dinglepus. From the lush jungles of the Royal Forest to the sulfuric depths of Crushmore Canyon, players can join other adventurers from around the world to bash, stab, shock, and even cook enemies, in a quest to topple the dreaded tyrant once and for all.
To celebrate the launch, Rebel Entertainment is hosting a "Founders' Week," in which players can sign up on any platform between now and September 11 to receive special in-game bonuses, including an exclusive character style, customizable profile add-ons and more.
To join the battle, visit Facebook at http://apps.facebook.com/welcometothedungeon/?anxrc=PressRelease, www.DungeonRampage.com, or Kongregate at http://www.kongregate.com/games/RebelEnt/dungeonrampage.
About Rebel Entertainment
Rebel Entertainment is an innovative online game studio located in Burbank, Calif. It currently develops and publishes social and web-based games, with plans to expand offerings to additional platforms in the near future. Comprised of a team of highly-regarded industry professionals from Disney, Zynga, Atari, Insomniac, Electronic Arts and other leading interactive entertainment companies, Rebel Entertainment is passionate about creating fun, high-quality and fantastically entertaining games. Rebel Entertainment is owned and operated by IAC (Nasdaq: IACI), a prominent media and internet company with more than 50 leading brands serving consumer audiences worldwide. For more information, please visit http://www.RebelEntertainment.com.
Kongregate is a leading browser-based game site with over 16 million monthly unique visitors who spend more than 28 million hours playing per month. As part of the GameStop Corporation network, the site features a unique community and social platform including achievements, profiles, chat, messaging, forums, and levels into a cohesive and addicting experience. Kongregate shares revenue from advertising and virtual goods directly with developers who have uploaded games to the site. Advertisers include brands like Electronic Arts, Sony Pictures, Sprint, Frito Lay, Axe, Xbox 360, Nokia, and Toyota. While all games on Kongregate are free, the site also features a virtual currency called Kreds, which can be used to unlock additional features in select games. Based in San Francisco, CA, the company was founded in 2006 by brother-and-sister team Jim Greer, a game industry veteran, and Emily Greer, an interactive marketing executive.
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