Archive for January 2011
I’ve went through all of the numbers, and we’ve signed-up over 500 global members our first day. We’re happy to say that we have an evenly distributed membership base across the Globe.
Although the game is global, we were surprised to see sign-ups from the following countries: China (35), Iraq (11), and North Korea (2). Not sure how legitimate the North Korean sign-ups were, but they’ve paid to play – so, game on.
I’d like to welcome all of our new agents! I’ve had many emails about if this game is global, and if UK can participate – of course you can!
Our first official, and only “unclassified” mission will be underway using a trex450, we will be acquiring aerial images of our data center. Aerial images are being acquired for our North American Data center, for reference, and to test our communication capabilities. This is scheduled early next week. Here is a demo of a trex450 in flight: (This is not our vehicle) Aerial R/C UAV. Our IT agents will be contacted soon after.
Would you like to sign-up?
We’ll be in touch.
The IIA (International Intelligence Agency) is a real life multi-player game that gives players a real life, real feel, “off computer” role playing game. Players will not know about the actual game play, until they are engaged in the actual game (all missions outline any dangers prior to acceptance, and are always optional). At most the physical danger levels are about the same as hiking on a forest trail, no more.
Membership is the first part of the game, and to become a member of the IIA, you’ll do a bit of leg work, and research – this will give you an idea of what the game is about. Obtaining membership will be your first mission. To get our members involved, we try to integrate your hobbies and interests. If you don’t have a hobby, chances are, you will find a new one through this game. You may need to purchase (or find) cheap electronic parts, envelopes, printer paper, or even small containers. Most missions will cost you nothing, or could cost you up to $10.00 (it all depends on how involved you want to be). Some members may assemble electronic parts, deliver packages, or photograph mission targets. One of our members frequently uses his R/C airplane for UAV aerial photographs… R/C UAV anyone?
Membership cost is very minimal, it will cost you $5.00 US to get you started (there are currently no membership fees), this will cover basic postal costs, and any membership material you’d receive. That’s it. Because of the nature of this game, this is all of the information we will provide up front. This is also the only UNCLASSIFIED document available for IIA, the rest is CLASSIFIED, and for MEMBERS OF IIA ONLY.
Are you ready to join a real-life game, that will challenge and excite you? Perhaps even get you some of that exercise you need?
To get your membership information, follow the sign-up link below:
$5.00 US – Covers postage and any additional materials
Your information will never be shared with any other members, other than your call-name. Members may cross paths, but would be aware of such information prior to mission acceptance.
This page will be deleted March 31st, 2011 – after which membership will be available only through exclusive invitation.
- WhiteRaven [01.25.2011]