Like a Magical Summer School Semester on Facebook: Fantasy University Announces Closed Beta Launch

 

ELANTHIA - Aug. 25, 2010

Fantasy University today announced that it is currently accepting applications for its closed beta program. The game, slated for a late September release on Facebook, puts a new spin on the old-school MMOG with a "social adventure" filled with grown-up humor and a plethora of pop-culture references.

"We're pleased to open our doors to all worthy candidates… well, sort of opening our doors. You know, it's like creaking the door halfway open, but placing a stopper in it," said The Headmaster. "While we are on the subject, where are the hall monitors?"

"This time of year brings a tear to every Professor's eye," said Professor Lackpants. "Another year of putting up with social gamers ... I’d better be reaching tenure soon!"

To sign up for an early visit to Fantasy University , please visit its Facebook page. For more information, download the information pack. Please note: Candidates who have already signed up for the alpha may also be considered for the closed beta program and do not need to reapply.

About Fantasy University?

Created by gaming industry veterans Simutronics (whose founders created Gemstone IV, the longest-running commercial MUD in the world as well as Cyberstrike and Dragonrealms), Fantasy University combines exploration, combat, puzzles, and—above all—snarky intelligent humor with a uniquely appealing graphic style.?

About Simutronics

Simutronics Corp is a leader in the business of massively multiplayer games. Incorporated in Virginia, Simutronics has offices in the St. Louis, Missouri and Washington, DC areas with more than 300 employees and contractors around the world. The company is privately held. Founded in 1987, the company has seen more than a million paying players around the world.

Chris Heintz, TriplePoint for Fantasy University

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heintz@triplepointpr.com


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