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'Postal 2: Share The Pain' Free Multiplayer Game Available NOW

by Rainier on May 25, 2008 @ 1:52 p.m. PDT

Postal 2: Share The Pain offers 14 multiplayer maps, 25 playable characters,11 crazy weapons and four multiplayer options, including a Capture-the-Flag variant dubbed "Snatch" that employs the booty-full Postal Babes.

Get the Postal 2: Share The Pain Free Multiplayer Game Off WP (600mb)

Postal 2: Share The Pain offers both an enhanced single-player version of the original Postal 2 as well as four multiplayer options, including a Capture-the-Flag variant dubbed "Snatch" that employs the booty-full Postal Babes. Among the 25 characters who populate the game, which is rapidly becoming a favourite among LAN gamers, is RWS spokesperson Gary Coleman.

Features including super-slick gameplay and even slicker blood-splatteringly gory graphics ensure that Postal 2: Share The Pain' gives an even more bone crunchingly realistic feel than that experienced in any previous version of the game. Uprated weaponry is balanced so that each weapon offers players a different trade-off between accuracy and ease of use. Postal 2: Share The Pain' players also get a morbid warning when they are in someone else's gun sights and milliseconds away from death.

Multiplayer games offered include both standard DeathMatch and team DeathMatch tournaments as well as Postal 2's own version of Capture the Flag, called Snatch, in which you fight to capture a Postal BABE.

'Postal 2: Share The Pain' includes the upgraded Postal 2 game with shorter transition times between levels and smoother, slicker gameplay in addition to the multiplayer option which can be played against friends and strangers online or over a LAN (local area network).

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