Electronic Mail, or EMA, is an electronic mail game in which players use cards that simulate physical objects such as a person or an object.
The game is available in a variety of forms, including cards and dice, and players can play up to four games at a time.
Electronic Mail is one of a growing number of electronic games that have a “game” component, meaning the game itself is not actually a game.
The Electronic Mail system is also used in other types of games, including online gaming and the game of hide-and-seek.
But electronic games have not been associated with the death of any players, according to The Hill newspaper.
In 2014, the U.S. Department of Justice indicted a Chinese man for running a website that advertised illegal electronic games for sale.
In the investigation, the FBI identified players from the Chinese electronic game industry as having purchased more than $1 million worth of games.