Ultimatus, A Gaming Corporation (Volume 1)
The video game your kid wants to play. The video game you want your kid to play. The video game that pays to play. Devastating consequences. Ultimatus a gaming corporation A.A. Dober embarks in a tale of science fiction that is really not too far from today’s reality. The question is not if, but when this will happen. Ultimatus takes us on a journey that is every teenagers dream turned nightmare...
Series: Ultimatus (Book 1)
Paperback: 244 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (April 3, 2014)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 8684860
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“Set in a world much like our own, Ultimatus is realistic fiction with the bite of a dystopian thriller. The world is enthralled by the greatest video game of all time, created by the evil genius who goes by Fellini, if he even exists. In fact, the ga...”
As our children spend more and more time on video games and computer screens our desire to have them develop a skill that will allow them to survive in the future becomes paramount. Ultimatus fulfills this need and then some. Players fall in the traps laid out by the master programmer making Ultimatus the most successful game and its creator, Fellini, immensely wealthy. Is there a way to stop this gaming machine? Is Ultimatus a video game beholden to any regulations? Is the promise of the internet a blessing or a curse to law enforcement the world over?