Posted on Thursday, September 29th, 2011 at 9:00 AM by Guest
Starting Thursday, September 29th, fans of both MicroVolts and the upcoming title, Brawl Busters from Rock Hippo Productions Ltd, can rejoice and get ready for some serious action! Brawl Busters, the action packed multiplayer ‘brawler’, will enter its Closed Beta Phase 2 introducing network upgrades, new weapons and costumes, and a new wacky district to battle in. If players are already enlisted in the beta, they can invite friends without the need for a beta key by visiting http://www.brawlbusters.com/inviteFriend
Players can become one of the Original Busters by visiting the game’s website at http://www.BrawlBusters.com. Check the game’s website daily for updates on upcoming events and the most recent game news!
The Invasion Update for Microvolts, the fast and furious MMO-TPS (Massively Multiplayer Online Third Person Shooter), will introduce a whole new type of gameplay to players with its newest single player mode, Invasion. In addition, to celebrate Oktoberfest in Germany brand new festive items will be added to the game as well as a huge new map revealed to players.
Join in the fun and enlist in the battle by visiting the game’s website at http://www.MicroVolts.com/
The website is updated on a regular basis, giving players an insight into the game and information on forthcoming in-game and forum events. Tournaments and other surprise events will be unveiled so make sure to keep a daily check on the site.
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