RudeVirtual.com, the Newest Addition to Utherverse's Family of Virtual Worlds, Brings the Beach Party to Your Home

Fri Aug 29, 2008 1:38pm EDT

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  VANCOUVER, BC, Aug 29 (MARKET WIRE) -- 
Utherverse, Inc., developer of virtual worlds RedLightCenter.com and
Virtual-Vancouver.com, today announced it has developed a new
beach-themed virtual world in conjunction with Rude.com, an adult
entertainment web site. The team-up will allow Rude.com members to
utilize the virtual world through their existing memberships and increase
the affiliated virtual space offered by Utherverse.

    RudeVirtual's beach world setting offers avatars the opportunity to
explore a coastal city setting, including private yachts, nightclubs, the
RudeStore (Rude merchandise), the RudeTV theater (streaming RudeTV.com
content), a hotel with meeting rooms and a bar, and more social settings.
Members can chat, dance and interact with other members through their
avatars.

    With a VIP membership, RudeVirtual users can take advantage of private
messaging, advanced avatar customizations, and enhanced, intimate social
experiences. The company is currently working to develop private
apartments for VIP members.

    Says Rude.com co-founder Brett Lamar, "With the ability to anonymously
engage in their wildest social and sexual fantasies, all while in a
completely safe and protected virtual environment, we think RudeVirtual is
exactly what Rude members have been looking for. It's simply mind-blowing
technology and we are thrilled to bring it to our community."

    RudeVirtual.com is the first third-party website developed by Utherverse.
As part of the same network, avatars created in one world can move freely
between RudeVirtual, RedLightCenter and Virtual-Vancouver.

    "The development of RudeVirtual.com will expand the world that member
avatars can explore," mentioned Brian Shuster, founder and CEO of
Utherverse. "At the same time, we can increase our user base by offering
Rude.com members access to RudeVirtual, as well as Utherverse's other
virtual worlds."

    In celebration of RudeVirtual's opening, the virtual world will be holding
"The Rudest Block Party" for members on August 29. The open party will
begin at noon and go until midnight PDT and will include live music spun
by house DJs, costume and dance contests, trivia competitions, and more.
Thousands of RudeVirtual and Utherverse members are expected to attend.

    For more information regarding RudeVirtual, please visit: RudeVirtual.com.

    About RudeVirtual.com

    RudeVirtual is an adult beach-themed virtual world created by Rude.com in
collaboration with Utherverse.com. Members experience nightlife, social
atmospheres, shopping, and more in a massive multiplayer online setting
and from the comfort of their home computers. Avatars can go yachting,
relax and watch RudeTV, stay at and meet people at hotels, or create a VIP
account to experience the intimate side of RudeVirtual.

    For more information, please visit: RudeVirtual.com.

    About Utherverse.com

    Utherverse is the Internet's most sophisticated and advanced adult 3D
virtual reality universe. The company was formed in 2002 to create a
virtual-world web of massive multiplayer online communities. Specifically
designed to appeal to the 21-49 year-old demographic market, the site
offers users virtual nightclubs, hotels, movie theaters, stores, and
community events.

    Utherverse's first two products are RedLightCenter.com, an adult-themed
virtual world modeled after the infamous district in Amsterdam, and
Virtual-Vancouver.com, a music-focused online community. Utherverse plans
to construct a Virtual-World Web consisting of millions of interlinked
Virtual Worlds, providing users with a much more enriching and immersive
experience than the flat web does today.

    For more information, please see utherverse.com.

    

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