Luna Online

US closed beta begins on Friday.


[Sunnyvale, CAApril 14th, 2009] Gala Nets newest MMORPG title, Luna Online, will begin Closed Beta Testing on Friday April 17th.

The highly anticipated title finally hits stateside, bringing a whirlwind of innovative social features combined with solid traditional MMO features, to an already eager fan base. Luna Online, will be a fresh take on the MMORPG genre for MMO players as the game provides for extensive social systems focusing on the community. Players will connect with other players from around the world on Luna Onlines Matchmaking System, Date Instances, Family System and Guilds Alliances System.

Luna Onlines already robust community has been eagerly waiting for Closed Beta Testing to finally open its doors. On April 17th, users will be able to test out Luna Onlines multitude of exciting features.

Weve been behind the scenes, in the preparation phase of Luna Online for quite some time now, it is a real pleasure to finally present our hard work and dedication to our users! With our focus squarely on the community, our users will be right at home for quite some time at Luna Online. Im looking forward to seeing our communitys reaction to the game. -Elliott Coward, Producer of Luna Online.

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About Gala-Net

Founded in 2004, Gala-Net, Inc. is a leader in the burgeoning free-to-play online games market. Headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., Gala-Net's diverse service portfolio includes Flyff, Rappelz, Corum Online, Upshift StrikeRacer, Tales Runner, and Luna Online. Through the games portal gPotato (, gamers can play any of Gala-Net's games for free, as well as buy in-game currency and virtual items for any of its games.



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