According to Billboard.biz, BLACK SABBATH's "Iron Man" and and WOLFMOTHER's "Woman" are among the original master recordings that have been licensed by Acclaim Games, best known for multiplayer online role playing games, for its upcoming music-based game Rockfree. Scheduled for the first quarter of next year, Rockfree is a free online game that lets players compete with up to seven other players in music simulation battles. Gamers also can create custom avatars, open a rock club in the game, and download new songs.A closed, invite-only beta of the game was supposed to be live by the weekend, but at press time the company has not yet got it up and running. Read more from Billboard.biz.
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