Venus Rising's internal alpha has started

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Venus Rising, the MMO "where intense battle meets passionate lust," has launched its internal alpha. Foxysoft's ancient Rome-based title exceeded company forecasts for paid subscriptions over its first 10 days, and the game's initial alpha is expected to conclude either on May 15th "or at 500 total users."

Foxysoft founder and CEO Alex Allen says that the firm is "relying on [its] users to really dive in and tell us what they want from the game experience for the beta release in Q4."

The full press release is embedded after the break.

[Source: Foxysoft press release]

Venus Rising, the MMORPG that takes players back to ancient Rome in a highly visually and adult oriented role playing game, launched to its internal base of dedicated forum watchers who have been anxiously waiting to play the game. In the first ten days, the game registered over 100 paid subscriptions – with no external marketing – exceeding the company's forecast. The alpha period ends May 15th or at 500 total alpha users. To sign up for one of the remaining seats go to http://www.foxysoft.net/Alpha.html

"We have maintained a close relationship with our early adopters and are so happy to be able to offer them alpha access to the game" says, Alex Allen Founder & CEO of Foxysoft. "We are relying on our users to really dive in and tell us what they want from the game experience for the beta release in Q4."

Venus Rising: where intense battle meets passionate lust. Imagine a massive multiplayer online game that combines these two appealing and lucrative worlds into one addictive game play interface that is revolutionizing adult entertainment.

"We could not be more excited for the team at Foxysoft," says Satish Kodukula of Napkin Venture. "We knew out of the gate that backing this venture just made good financial sense. We look forward to the next evolution of Venus Rising."

About FoxySoft: Located in the hub of the gaming industry, Austin TX, Foxysoft creates high quality MMORPG games that appeal to mature adult audiences.

This article was originally published on Massively.