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Quests created by players in free web MMORPG Golemizer

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Blainville, Canada - November 3, 2008 -- Dave Toulouse, an independent game developer, announced quests created by players in the free web MMORPG Golemizer (http://www.golemizer.com). A free 2D steampunk MMORPG, Golemizer requires no download or plug-in to play and features a rich sandbox environment. Providing more creative opportunities to players, the latest update of Golemizer introduced quests created by players. By getting their hands on the new quest NPC available to everyone, players are now able to build their own immersive content. With four types of quests available (talk, give item, defeat opponent, answering a question) and more to come, this new addition grants everyone the power to actively participate in the evolution of the game. Once a quest is approved by an administrator, it is available to every other players to enjoy and becomes permanently a part of Golemizer. Rich storylines can be achieved as Golemizer also allows all players to create their own dungeons, monsters, houses and cities. With more than 7000 free accounts created since its release in September, Golemizer is rapidly growing and offers a home for players looking for a more involving experience. Entirely free and browser-based, Golemizer is available at http://www.golemizer.com. About Dave Toulouse Dave Toulouse is an independent game developer with eight years of professional web development experience working to provide rich multiplayer experience on the web. Progress of current and future projects can be followed at http://www.over00.com. Contact: Dave Toulouse over00@golemizer.com Media kit: http://www.golemizer.com/media_kit.zip Screenshots of content created by players: http://www.golemizer.com/screenshots/screenshot1.png http://www.golemizer.com/screenshots/screenshot2.png http://www.golemizer.com/screenshots/screenshot3.png http://www.golemizer.com/screenshots/screenshot4.png ###

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