Casual mini-games portal registers 200,000 players, 70% of them Americans.
Seoul, Korea – November 18, 2008 – Lizard Interactive announced that over 200,000 users have registered for NeoFun accounts during October, the month the NeoFun game portal was launched.
Lizard Interactive developed NeoFun as a platform for partners to more efficiently service and promote a wide variety of online games. Currently, there are two free-to-play MMORPGs available – Cronous and Sho Online. The portal also features the FunFun Arcade which is made up of casual mini games. Lizard Interactive aim is to constantly provide gamers with new and exciting online games through the NeoFun game portal.
The FunFun Arcade medal system proved to be very popular with many players taking advantage of the system. Medals won in FunFun Arcade games can be exchanged for cash points that can be used to buy cash items in the MMORPGs, Cronous and Sho Online.
Of the registered users in NeoFun, 70% are from North America, 20% are from English speaking Asian countries like Singapore and the Philippines, and the rest are from European and South American countries.
Lizard Interactive CEO Sang-wook Lee stated his deep gratitude to gamers around the world who helped to make NeoFun such a huge success. He also announced that “The Land of Magic”, a popular MMORPG title would launch English service through NeoFun in January of 2009.
For further information, please visit www.neofun.com.
Press Info: Tae-Sun An
Global Marketing Team
About Lizard Interactive Co., Ltd.
Lizard Interactive Co., Ltd., established in 1996, is a leading game software developer based in Korea. Lizard Interactive has won numerous government awards for contributions to the game industry, the most recent for innovation in game software development. MMORPG titles include the globally popular ‘croNous’ ( www.cronous.com) and ‘Sho Online’ ( www.shoonline.net). ‘FunFun’ ( funfun.neofun.com) is Lizard Interactive’s most recently released free-to-play casual multiplayer online game. The creative progress is always ongoing at Lizard Interactive.