Running With Scissors Cuts Deal for 1st POSTAL BABES Game!

August 1, 2007

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Tucson, AZ: In the decade since the original version of POSTAL was released, we have seen sequels, online comic strips, MODs galore and the birth of a dedicated international fan base obsessed with all things POSTAL. Now, in the year of our tenth anniversary the hotties in baby tees and thongs dubbed the“Postal Babes,” have evolved into an IP powerful enough to carry their own videogame.

In the transition from booth babes to regularly appearing virtual centerfolds in the RWS online newsletters, the Postal Babes also became characters within the POSTAL universe itself. This expansion of the POSTAL franchise offers the developers at Herocraft, the Russian publisher-developer that acquired the Postal Babes license, the opportunity to go in any number of possible directions on systems ranging from Windows Mobile to PalmOS.

“I feel like Austin Powers,” admitted a shagged out Vince Desi.“The world is truly going POSTAL. The Postal Movie by Uwe Boll and now the Postal Babes going mobile. I welcome Herocraft into the Running With Scissors family. This represents a new era in the history of our brand’s extension as the first time a subset of the POSTAL world has received its own license.”

Herocraft CEO Pavel Prokonich, meanwhile, vows that his mobile Postal Babes will definitely turn heads.“You'll be shocked, amused and tempted! This game will give you a real chance to play with your own Postal Babe!” Due out in time for this year’s holidays, the game will be released in 10 languages.

For more information on cool POSTAL products and gear, visit our new expanded site www.gopostal.com

Running With ScissorsSM develops outrageous games just for the hell of it. Contact Vince Desi at 520 907 1010, vince@gopostal.com or visit http://www.gopostal.com

Postal Babes™, POSTAL™ and Running With ScissorsSM are Trademarks and Service Marks of RWS, Inc.


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