POSTAL's Legendary "Cat Silencer" Enters US Army's Arsenal

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April 1, 2008

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Tucson, AZ: The growing link between the military establishment and videogame developers just got a little tighter as one of the most controversial implements in the POSTAL game series arsenal—the“Cat Silencer”—is now part of real world, cutting edge weapons technology.

The“Cat Silencer” device that Uwe Boll spent a fortune to develop as a special effect for his upcoming“Postal - The Movie” (to be released May 23rd) is now ready for real world use by police and military forces around the world. In fact, the device was highlighted recently on Discovery Channel’s“FutureWeapons”, right alongside state of the art ordinance such as the Corner-Shot, a rifle with a camera-enabled sighting system capable of firing around corners and interfacing with modular weapons from an AK-47 and grenade launcher to the Cat Silencer itself.

“We’ve always considered ourselves a force for order in a chaotic world,” Running With Scissors CEO and weapon visionary Vince Desi told reporters.“It makes me stiffen with patriotic pride to think about what these weapons R&D people will do with the Badger Buzzsaw in our next game, POSTAL III.”

To actually see this fearsome new POSTAL inspired WMD-like peripheral in action, click here then click on number 14 to see an actual team up between the Corner-Shot and the Cat Silencer.

"And just for the record, no real cats were used, armed or harmed by Running WIth Scissors," noted animal lover VInce Desi assured the press.

For more information on the upcoming POSTAL Movie, Postal games and gear, as well as updates on the development of POSTAL III visit our new expanded site www.gopostal.com and be sure to visit PostalNation.net for in-depth coverage of the RWS scene.

Contact Vince Desi at 520 907 1010, vince@gopostal.com Running With ScissorsSM, POSTALTM,

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