|By Business Wire||
|August 20, 2014 09:30 AM EDT||
iEntertainment Network Inc., (OTCBB: IENT) announces the release of a movie demo of IENT’s new mobile simulation game, BowHunter2015. This in BowHunter2015 movie demonstrates the excellent three dimensional (3D) hunting terrains of this new mobile game product. BowHunter2015 will break new ground in mobile hunting games with the ability for players to use realistic hunting techniques, including scents, calls, and other elements of real deer hunting to accomplish simulation missions using virtual representations of real Outdoors company’s products from BowHunter2015 Sponsors.
Players will also be able to enter online hunting challenges to win real outdoor products like actual bows, arrows, sights, and other bow hunting accessories from BowHunter2015 Sponsors. Source Outdoor Group, of Gainesville, Georgia, is working with IENT to insure the realities of deer hunting in the game, insure that sponsor products are displayed and operated properly, and that Sponsors get the maximum number of views and impressions from BowHunter2015. IENT estimates that impressions of the BowHunter 2015 Sponsor’s products and logos in BowHunter2015 will reach over 700 million views.
IENT will release new screenshots and new movies each month during the development process with a playable demo for mobile game reviewers expected in October. View the new BowHunter2015 movie here, BowHunter2015, and on the IENT FaceBook page.
IENT is also developing two other Outdoors Unlimited Mobile Games including a Rifle Hunting game, and a Fishing game with great Outdoor Company sponsors to be released shortly after the BowHunter2015 product due for the SHOT show in January 2015.
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