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Fantasia

Cross-platform, mobile-to-PC MMORPG set to launch in Korea next year.

Seoul, Korea - November 00, 2009 - Lemon, a Seoul-based mobile game developer, announced today that Fantasia is scheduled for release in 2010. Fantasia ( http://fantasia.i200.co.kr) is a massively multiplayer online game (MMORPG) which does not require any installation.

As constantly syncing between PC and mobile phones, players will not miss a beat whether they are on the go or in front of PC at home. Fantasia sends a text when you are offline (PET system), and allows you to invite offline users. Advanced user interfaces such as auto target, touchpad support will provide a seamless gameplay regardless platforms or location.

Fantasia will be offering unique features such as instant messenger and mobile-to-PC sync. It also will be accessible to a vast range of computers with minimal requirements including netbooks. “Fantasia employs a system that only maintains the map data currently being used, consuming fewer resources," explained Jang Un Jin, producer at Lemon.

In Fantasia, with useful on communication tools, players can enjoy PvP and online game-like quests, as well as variety of quick and easy gameplays such as 3-minute mini quests and 100 story tower battles.

“Fantasia is a perfect game for the busy modern players who are looking for a quick and easy game without compromising strong RPG components," said Hyo Sung Yoon, CEO at Lemon.

Lemon spent years on development to guarantees to deliver competitive graphical quality, skills, and maps.

Fantasia is scheduled to launch in Korean next year.

For further infomation, Please Contact:

Name: Hyun-Joong Lee

Company: Lemon Corp

E-mail: blueblood@lemongame.co.kr

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