John Kerry's service in Vietnam and medals he earned there has become hotly disputed topics in Kerry's bid for the Presidency. But conflicting messages from special interest groups have made it difficult to discern fact from myth and fabrication. What actually happened? What was Kerry's role? Did he, in fact, deserve the Navy's lofty Silver Star? The KumaWar 3D re-creation; combined with an 8-minute video news show and a wealth of background information, original
documents, multimedia, and interviews with military experts ; provides viewers with the information they need to judge for themselves.
Based on the Navy's records of the encounter on Feb. 28, 1969 that earned him the Silver Star, players take the role of John Kerry commanding Swift Boat PCF-94 though the small tributaries deep in the Mekong Delta. It's a dizzying experience that turns deadly as you come under heavy fire from Viet Cong in entrenched positions on shore. The next step, to dash out of the kill zone or to turn 90-degrees into the ambush is up to you.
The KumaWar online service is available for free trial at www.kumawar.com. For just $9.99 monthly, subscribers get access to all 24 missions which re-create the actions of real soldiers in combat around the world. Each month, subscribers can expect to receive at least three new missions online exploring headlines that are important to viewers today, including the explosive situation in Iraq and other conflicts from the war on terror.
Now also available in stores nationwide for $19.99, KumaWar: The War on Terror, is a compilation of some of the most critical battles fought in Iraq and Afghanistan since the beginning of the war. Purchasers of KumaWar: The War on Terror will also get a one-month free subscription to the entire KumaWar online service, including the John Kerry mission, at www.kumawar.com.