Test your Women's Basketball Knowledge with the New Release from Ronald Robinson Entertainment "SHOW ME YOUR GAME"

Remember the Schoolyard Game H.O.R.S.E? Remember how fun it was to beat your opponent at this game. Well, Ronald Robinson Entertainment can bring those memories back to life! Introducing the new video game... SHOW ME YOUR GAME.

SHOW ME YOUR GAME takes the simple concept of the schoolyard game H.O.R.S.E. and teaches female athletes the Rich History of Women’s Basketball. Name the first female to dunk in a high school game? 1st player to be drafted by the WNBA? Get the game to find out the answer! All you need is a computer and a mouse and YOU'RE IN THE GAME. In interviews, Mr. Robinson’s states“ Some of the game that are out in the mainstream market introduce a lot of violences, blood and gore.I want to find an alternative for families to be able to find fun and entertaining games that reinforce positive images.

The game is secretly educational. It's a fun way to learn about the Rich History of Women’s Basketball. With over 200 Trivia Questions women athletes can put their Women Basketball Trivia IQ to the test with questions about the Rich History of Women’s Basketball.

Schedule Release Date is Fall 2008.The cost of SHOW ME YOUR GAME is $24.95.A unique feature for the game is two new song from Ronald Robinson Entertainment that will enpower the female athlete. SHOW ME YOUR GAME is the theme song for the video game and”TALK 2 MY HEART(NOT MY BODY) is a song about loving me for who I am not how I look.

You can receive an additional saving when you pre-order the game for $19.95 plus shipping/handling.

Ronald Robinson Entertainment SHOW ME YOUR GAME will be a "MUST-HAVE" for all female athletes. There are few video games geared directly toward the female audience.

The game will be available at Independent Music Retailers, Book and game stores and other fine Retailers.

For more information, Contact Ronald Robinson 804-387-9638 or E-mail him at Ronaldrps@aol.com


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