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For a few hours each day leading up to December 21st, ijji Games announced that a closed-beta test of Karma: Operation Barbarossa is available to the public. The game is a player-versus-player World War II game with zombies. Seems weird? Well, it may be weird but it's definitely fun.
Karma: Operation Barbarossa sees players choosing sides as either Axis or Allies and then going against each other while zombies are trying to kill any and everyone. It’s a cross between Brothers in Arms and Left 4 Dead.
To make this game unlike other MMOFPS games out there, Karma throws in NPC zombies that players can kill to score points and win a match. Intense, frantically-paced and extremely fun don’t begin to describe this new take on the free-to-play first-person shooter genre.
Gamers who would like to participate in the closed-beta can do so now (while it’s still open) and experience some of the awesome encounters of this PvP versus PvE three-way shootout WWII game. Anyone looking for something different in the first-person shooter genre should definitely give it a try, especially if you’re tired of the standard military shooters like Combat Arms or Alliance of Valiant Arms.
For more info feel free to drop by the Official ijji Games Website.