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FreeJack Announced for North America

Free to Play Parkour Racing Game, Coming to North America and Europe from GamerKraft.

Toronto, CANADA-June 10, 2010-Game Bridger Entertainment, a global publisher and distributor of interactive online entertainment media, unveiled today the latest game to arrive on their free games platform, GamerKraft. FreeJack, developed by Korean developer WiseOn, is a parkour racing game with slick cartoon-style graphics and innovative new gameplay mechanics based on the underground sport of free running.

In FreeJack, players race head-to-head as one of four hip characters, bustin’ stylish flips and tricks to increase their speed and come out on top! To register a free account on Game Bridger Entertainment’s new free-to-play games portal, GamerKraft, visit:

“We are proud to announce FreeJack as the second title on the GamerKraft platform,” said Matthew Denomme, marketing manager for Game Bridger Entertainment, “it’s a game with a hip graphical style and unique gameplay mechanics unlike any other title currently in the free-to-play market. GamerKraft is gearing up for FreeJack to launch in North America and Europe in July 2010.”

FreeJack is a free-to-play parkour racing game for Windows PCs supporting Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. Players race head-to-head across the urban metropolis of New Jack City as one of four hip characters, bustin’ stylish flips and tricks to increase their speed and gain access to hidden pathways and shortcuts. Players can personalize their character with fresh outfits and running gear and even customize their own unique in-game living space with cool furniture and accessories to show off to friends! FreeJack also supports online leaderboards, a club/clan system, in-game friends lists, and more! FreeJack is launching in June 2010 from GamerKraft. GamerKraft. Play Free.

FreeJack will be free to download and play. Visit the FreeJack homepage at:

For more information about the GamerKraft free-to-play games platform, please visit

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Posted by: Redeema
Date: June 10, 2010

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