March 12, 2007
For Immediate Release
Taipei, Taiwan (March 12, 2007) - Unalis, one of the most successful online game publishers and developers in Asia, obtains a whole new online casual game "TAPA" global license.
TAPA is a full 3D Massively Multiplayer online fighting game. With gorgeous graphics, TAPA is a real-time fighting game which allows players head-to-head or team combat against other human opponents on the Internet. In TAPA, all PVP maps are unique. Therefore, players can use the features of environment to gain their advantages.
TAPA made its debut at the Taipei Game Show last month, and has caught much attention. This game has both Chinese and English version. Prospective buyers from Hong Kong, Australia, Japan, USA, and South-East Asian countries have shown interest in this game. With its friendly and intuitive interface, easy-to-follow guides, and easy-to-understand background, TAPA will attract many fighting game lovers.
According to a research report from MIC (the largest research centre in Taiwan), players' flavor for game styles have changed. More and more players are looking towards playing casual games as they are easier to start with and may also relieve stress in many ways. This entirely new online casual game TAPA is not only easy to play, but with its plentiful background stories, tons of basic and combo skills, abundant and various decoration items, weapons and armors, players can customize their style freely and have fun immediately. TAPA, without question, is the best free to play online fighting game.
Generally speaking, most Taiwan agents target Korean games licenses for China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan territories. Only as few Korean online game companies would authorize their games to a Taiwan publisher as a global publisher. Having 10 years of exceptional game publishing and operational experience and representing excellent USA and European PC games, Unalis has earned the trust of the Korean famous R&D company Gameneap, and received the TAPA global license. This is a great achievement in the Taiwan game industry.
Headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, Unalis has a long history of publishing and distribution games using its very broad channels. The product line includes PC games, TV games, online games and other peripheral products. Unalis has built a great distribution system in Greater China both on physical and internet channels and has more than 10 years partnerships with worldwide leading game publishers and studios such as Blizzard, Activision, Ubisoft, and Valve.
Category: Massively Multiplayer online fighting game
Business Mode: Item Mode
System Requirement: PC Pentium 4 1.6/ Ceforde MX440/ 256MB RAM above/ Windows 9x/2000/XP
Global Publisher: Unalis Corporation
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Manager of General Manager Office