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Free MMORPG Rappelz released in French and German

For immediate release

After the great success of Fly for Fun, Gala Networks Europe Ltd. Announces the release of its second free MMORPG: Rappelz in French and German versions. After a short period of a very satisfying beta test which attracted several thousands of players, the game has now been released in its final version on the gPotato Europe portal: www.gpotato.eu.

Rappelz is a free MMORPG taking place in a dark and violent universe where three different factions struggle to survive under the permanent threat of hordes of monsters. Using an optimized in-house graphic engine, the game proposes 24 different character classes spread among three factions, an impressive creature control system avaible to any character, and a lot of skills for dynamic and tactical combats.

With a very huge content spread among 140 levels of play, and a PvP system based on wars between guilds to control the dungeons, Rappelz has what it takes to seduce all kinds of players, and it's fast growing community clearly proves it.

Already avaible in Japan, China or in the US, Rappelz can count on a very strong and active community in both French and German versions to build its European success.

You'll find attached to this release a screenshot pack of the European version of Rappelz.

-- About gPotato --

Rappelz is a free MMORPG published in its french and german version by Gala Networks Europe Ltd., leading free to play online games publisher in Europe. Gala Networks Europe publishes free to play online games via its online gPotato Europe portal: http://www.gpotato.eu

For more informations, don't hesitate to visit the gPotato Europe website at http://www.gpotato.eu or contact our PR Service at julien.wera@gala-net.eu

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