Web and Wild

May 2006
License!;May2006 Plugged In, pS5
Trade Publication
This article discusses the token system that will be used by online games. WildTangent, an online game developer, is advertising the token system where Coca-Cola Co. is one of its sponsors. The token which is termed as WildCoins will permit the players to increase their gameplay without having to buy the full package.


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