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MMO where players can join up and run farms together.

Gala Inc. today announced that Gala-Net Inc., a consolidated subsidiary of Gala Inc., has been granted the right to provide the online game Luna Online for the U.S. and other English-speaking countries by South Korean developer EYA Interactive Co. Ltd. ("EYA Interactive"). The game will be available on gPotato, Gala-Net's online game portal.

Luna Online is a free-to-play fantasy MMORPG that emphasizes user communities. Among the game's unique social features are the Match Making System, which helps players find the perfect match to play with, and the Family System, which lets players join up and operate a farm together. Other characteristics include flexible character development with over 40 jobs, superior graphics, cute character designs, and fast paced action.

The game has already proven its appeal to casual and hardcore gamers of both genders, with over one million registered users in Korea alone. It has also been commercialized in Taiwan, and was awarded the Best MMO Award at the Bangkok Interactive Festival 2008.

Overview of EYA Interactive

Name

EYA Interactive Co., Ltd.

http://www.eyainteractive.com/

4F Keundo Bldg 726-1, Yeoksam-dong, Kangnam-gu, Seoul, 135-921 Korea

Jungyeon Han

October 2004

Development and publishing of online games

Date of conclusion: July 1, 2008

3 years from the launch of the commercial service

An open beta test is scheduled for this coming winter.

The Gala Group will continue to strive to provide superior services to users worldwide.

Disclaimer: This summarized translation is provided for convenience only. In the event of any discrepancy with the Japanese original, the original shall prevail.

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