More NewsIntersphere Launches Site for Interactive Game

Intersphere Launches Site for Interactive Game

Blue Bell, PA-based IntersphereCommunications Ltd. launched a new promotional Web site for clientMetro Goldwyn Mayer, designed to promote the MGM Interactive game WarGames.

Blue Bell, PA-based Intersphere Communications Ltd. launched a new promotional Web site for client Metro Goldwyn Mayer, designed to promote the MGM Interactive game WarGames.

The site was created for the upcoming release of the game, which is based on the movie of the same name. Spending on the site was not disclosed.

This is the second site designed by Intersphere for MGM. In October it launched a site for the interactive game Return Fire II.

The site features game information, sound files from the movie and the opportunity to logon and register to receive email as the site is developed.

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