3D Zombie MMORPG Releases Demo

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Kent, United Kingdom– June 16th, 2010– Creaky Corpse Ltd, previously known as Jagged Blade Games has launched the first demo of their upcoming 3D Zombie MMORPG. Currently a 2D game, Dead Frontier ( www.deadfrontier.com), the #1 free-to-play Zombie MMORPG is being upgraded to 3D and this first demo represents a major milestone in the development process. The demo is currently only available to Dead Frontier Gold Member subscribers but a version for all players is expected in early July 2010.

A video showing some of the new 3D demo can be found on Dead Frontier's Official YouTube channel at:

www.youtube.com/DeadFrontierMMO

Neil Yates, Lead Developer at Creaky Corpse Ltd, explained“We are pleased to have been able to release this first demo on schedule, the expected initial bugs have been quickly rectified and we are confident that we can move to full release in early September 2010”.

About Dead Frontier

Dead Frontier combines 3rd person survival horror action with more traditional role-playing elements to create a totally unique MMO experience. Players will need to have their wits about them as they struggle for survival in the decaying, zombie infested city of Fairview. Will you stay in the relative safety of the last remaining human outpost, or attempt to create your own hideout in the depths of the city? The choice is yours.

Dead Frontier plays exclusively in your browser and requires no extra downloads of any kind. What's more the registration requires only a few seconds so you'll be playing in no time!

Begin your survival horror experience now by visiting: www.deadfrontier.com

About Creaky Corpse Ltd

Previously known as Jagged Blade Games, Creaky Corpse Ltd is small game development studio based in the South-East England. Founded by Neil Yates, the company has been providing quality shoot-em-up titles since 2003. For more information about Creaky Corpse Ltd visit: www.creakycorpse.com.


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