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Fantasia

Mobile-to-PC cross-platform MMORPG powered by Lemon's ASERIA engine.

Seoul, Korea, March 1st, 2010- Fantasia ( http://fantasia.i200.co.kr) is a Massively Multiplayer Online Game (MMORPG) which does not require any installation. Lemon, a Seoul-based mobile game developer, schedules to release Fantasia in 2010. Fantasia will be available for high spec mobile phones and smart phones and can be played with multiple users.

In Fantasia, 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. The game will also offers a range of items, skills and maps. Lemon spent tow years to develop a compelling storyline and scenarios.

Lemon is by far the most advanced mobile developer. The company developed a proprietary game engine, ASERIA, optimized for Fantasia. ASERIA allows developers to convert an online MMORPG to mobile format fast.

“Partnering with an online game company, we can transform its popular online game to a mobile MMORPG using ASERIA,” said Ho Sung Yoon, CEO of Lemon. He hopes there would be more Fantasias in the future.

“For the last ten years Online PC games led the global gaming market. But for the next ten years, it will be the mobile MMORPG that leads the market growth,” predicted Yoon. His conviction and commitment to mobile MMORPG made it all possible to this point.

About Lemon

Lemon was established in 2006 and is a mobile game developer in Korea, providing mobile contents and mobile games. Its products include i200, online media platform, and Fantasia. For more information, please visit http://lemongame.co.kr/

For Press Contact for Lemon

Htun-Joong, Kim

blueblood@lemongame.co.kr

82-70-7094-4386

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