In 2005, Kuma Reality Games released a 3D video game simulation of a U.S. attack on Iranian nuclear facilities. Last month, former U.S. Marine Amir Mizra Hekmati, who used to work for Kuma, was sentenced to death by Iran for being a spy.
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by Adam Pavlacka on Nov. 4, 2011 @ 12:00 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
After years of growing apart, Harold Lee and Kumar Patel have replaced each other with new friends and are preparing for the holidays. Kumar's attempt to redirect a mysterious package to Harold's house ends with the "high grade" contents — and his father-in-law's prize Christmas tree — going up in smoke. Harold and Kumar's search for a replacement tree takes them through party heaven - and almost blows Christmas Eve sky high.
Iconic Marvel and Capcom characters join forces again in a re-envisioned team fighting game for a new generation. Fill the shoes of legendary characters from the most beloved franchises in entertainment as you battle in a living comic book brought to life in a versus fighting game.
Kuma Games teamed up with the American Film Institute's Digital Content Lab — a project entitled "Leaving the Game" — to develop a prototype that leverages the video game engine to create dynamic storytelling, delivering a customized movie-like experience in real-time.
Kuma Games and The History Channel announced a partnership to develop an online video game companion to The History Channel series Dogfights. Beginning in July, Kuma will release weekly games, using Valve's Source engine, that correspond with the TV episode, which will be playable for free.
Beginning Nov. 3, 2006 with the launch of the second season of The History Channel series Shootout!, Kuma will release video games online simultaneously with upcoming Shootout! television episodes, allowing audience members to watch the show and then live the historical event by playing a 3D game re-creation of the episode.
Kuma Reality Games announced today the release of Kuma War’s 75th episode, “The Death of Zarqawi." Realistically simulating the bold strike that killed al-Queda leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, this latest mission transports players deep behind enemy lines in the middle-east conflict, allowing comprehensive access to the military strategies that brought down the most wanted man in Iraq.
Kuma Reality Games announced today Assault on Iran, Pt. 3: Payback in Iraq, a video game simulating a realistic conflict between U.S. and Iranian forces over the development of nuclear arms. The newest chapter is a direct response to “Commander Bahman,” a game being developed by the Union of Islamic Student Societies.
Valve today announced a Source Engine licensing partnership with Kuma Reality Games, creators of KumaWar. Already in development, Kuma’s Source-based projects, including a comedic action title and the next generation of KumaWar, are targeted for release on the PC later this year.
Kuma Reality Games' latest installment takes gamers through the frenzied search through the town of Adwar, and the capture of Saddam Hussein by U.S. troops in the infamous "spider hole." Kuma's previous episode was a recreation of the events that led to Saddam's war crimes trial, currently in progress in Iraq.
Kuma Reality Games has released a stunning 3-D video game simulation of what a U.S. attack on Iranian nuclear facilities might look like. Based on declassified documents and the latest thinking of military experts, Kuma’s latest episode, U.S. Attacks Iran, is available for free download at KumaWar.
KumaWar, a free Virtual News experience which uses advanced video game technology to recreate real military events, has released its latest interactive episode, I.E.D. Sweep. The training mission puts players face-to-face with the deadly homemade bombs that have accounted for more than 90 percent of all U.S. casualties in Iraq.
Kuma Reality Games has designed its current online mission, Ramadi Convoy Exercise in conjunction with the Army’s Combined Arms Support Command. The Army provided military insights, helping to ensure the accuracy of the re-creation so it could be used to train U.S. troops. The mission highlights one of the most dangerous and deadly scenarios American soldiers face in Iraq today; the IED (Improvised Explosive Device) attack.
Kuma Reality Games, the company that blends news coverage with game technology to allow players to experience interactive re-creations of real military events, has released its latest timely KumaWar mission from the military hotspot of Fallujah -- “Fallujah: Operation al-Fajr.”
Kuma Reality Games has released its latest KumaWar mission Osama 1998, a re-creation of a planned 1998 CIA operation to capture Osama Bin Laden that was called off at the last minute. Read more for details and screens ...
Kuma Reality Games has released the only realistic 3D re-enactment of the controversial events surrounding John Kerry's service in Vietnam. The John Kerry mission is now available for download and free trial at www.kumawar.com. Read more for details and screens...
Kuma Reality Games announced today that KumaWar: The War On Terror, previously only available as download, is now available for the PC at retail outlets nationwide.
KumaWar has released its newest mission “Dai Chopan: The Taliban Trap.” Set in the terrorist enclave of Dai Chopan, Afghanistan on June 9, 2004, the mission re-creates an actual battle pitting U.S. Marines against Taliban fighters, whose murderous spree endangered the lives of Afghan citizens, police officers, and UN and aid workers, and delayed Afghanistan’s first democratic election.
KumaWar has launched its newest operation “Korea: The Enemy Within.” The timely release provides perspective on this week’s warning, printed in North Korea’s foremost newspaper, Rodong Sinmun, and its official Korean Central News Agency, that the North could “turn Japan into a nuclear sea of fire.”
Kuma Reality Games, the company that blends news coverage with interactive game technology to allow players to experience re-creations of real military events from the war, today announced that KumaWar: The War On Terror will be available at retail outlets nationwide in October. Read more for details ...
KumaWar has launched its first mission in the new Freedom’s Heroes series to pay tribute to Army Ranger Corporal Patrick Tillman, who was awarded the Silver Star and Purple Heart, and all of the U.S. Army Rangers who continue to fight to protect our nation’s freedoms.
KumaWar, the computer video game which re-creates real war events weeks after they occur has released its most precise mission map to date in al Qaeda: The Battle for Mosul. Using advanced game tools, extensive research and satellite imagery, KumaWar today released an accurate replica of the area in Iraq in which US Army troops repelled an al Qaeda attack as a playable computer video game.
KumaWar, the revolutionary game online that allows players to experience real events from the war weeks after they occur releases its 17th online game mission, Baghdad Mahdi Army Assault. Based on an actual U.S. Army event on the night of June 29, 2004, this game online pits the 1st Cavalry Division against al- Sadr militants.
KumaWar, the breakthrough online game that re-creates real war events weeks after they occur using advanced online game tools, releases its latest mission, Battle in Sadr City. Based on an actual US Army operation that occurred on May 23, 2004, players will join the US Army’s 1st Cavalry Division in battling radical cleric Moqtada al-Sadr’s “Mahdi Army” in the Baghdad slum known as Sadr City.
KumaWar, the revolutionary new online PC game service that allows players to experience real war events weeks after they occur though fully-interactive 3D re-creations has released its latest mission, Mosul: The al Qaeda Connection, based on an actual U.S. Army operation in Mosul, Iraq. Read more for info & screens...
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