New Mafia-Style Game Brings Fun, Action and Spice Back into Online, Text-Based Games

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Bored with playing Farmille, Playfish, and other games on Facebook and online outlets? Don't worry, the developers of a new online, text-based RPG has launched the second server of The OG War.

You can also purchase special items to upgrade your account and your bank with giving you the upper hand.

Bored with playing Farmville, Playfish, and other games on Facebook and online outlets? Don't worry, the developers of a new online, text-based RPG has launched the second server of The OG War.

“This is a role playing mafia game,” said Ernie Magar, a company spokesman for theogwar.com. “In the game you must choose your path, train your character to be the strongest and highest level you can”

The launching of the game’s second server could prove to have perfect timing.

According to Gamepro, a gaming magazine which tracks the popularity of games and reviews new games entering the market, online gaming via Facebook and other outlets have exploded in the past 24 months with more than 100 million new gamers.

As for The OG War in particular, this is a game that is safe to play from work, Magar said, “yet easy enough a child over the age of 13 can play.”

He added that purchasing through the game allows users to upgrade their account.

“Upgrades include more bank interest, faster energy regeneration, access to limited parts of the game and special cities to travel to,” said Magar. “You can also purchase special items to upgrade your account and your bank with giving you the upper hand.”

Those signing up to the second game during the first week will be given an upgrade to their account for 10 days, providing users with a first-hand experience on the benefits of upgrading their account.

Magar stressed that, “Our staff is almost always online and very friendly to help. We’re always improving the game and making sure it is what our users want. It is a direct clone of the first game but all users will be deleted so everyone is starting fresh and will have an equal opportunity to be in the top ranks.”

Jason Brown, 27, of Houston, who has played games online for years said he likes the new features that will be added to the game.

“It’s always a plus when current games are improved because it gives players like me something to look forward to and get excited about. I’m definitely excited about this game,” Brown said.

For more information about The OG War or to experience the action, visit http://www.theogwar.com.

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