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Now gamers can kill Osama Bin Laden in new video game
Within a week of his being killed an online game website Kuma Games has launched a video game on Osama Bin Laden, who was assassinated in Abbottabad in Pakistan. Gamers can download the game from the Kuma Game online game website.

A VIDEO game was launched last weekend based on the world's most hated terrorist and the mastermind behind the 9/11 terror attack, Osama Bin Laden, who was assassinated in Abbottabad in Pakistan. The video game replicates Osama Bin Laden's Pakastan hideout.


An online game website Kuma Games, based on New York, has developed a game on Laden, "KumaWar Episode 107: The Death of Osama Bin Laden" and allowed its gamers to assassinate Osama Bin Laden through a new free video game. Users can download the game from the Kuma Game online game website for free.

In this game KumaWar Episode 107: The Death of Osama Bin Laden, a gamer can play as a Navy Seal, and shoot Bin Laden. Kuma Games goes to describe about the game that in forty minutes, with a rain of hot lead, a decade-long worldwide manhunt for Osama Bin Laden will be ended by the user. The game has good 3D graphics of the artists, characters, and weapons, etc.

The online game site Kuma Games is specialized in designing games based on real military conflicts. Since 2003 the online game site has developed many games including the defeat of the Taliban, the capture of Saddam, IED & drone attacks, two military surges, and games on elections.

Earlier, in November 2005 the online game site developed a game on Saddam Hussein on which players were allowed to hunt down and capture Saddam Hussein, in Adwar.


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