OCTOBER 31, 2006
Singapore - Ozura Mobile, a leading international publisher and developer of mobile entertainment, is proud to release one of its best turn-based interactive multiplayer games - The Duel Online.
Based on a chess board setting, players are armed with three types of warrior pieces, each with their own unique kung-fu styles instead of bishops, knights, castles, queens and pawns. Subject to in-depth game mechanics, players must adhere to certain rules of combat to emerge the winner in each duel. Ultimately, the winner of the game is determined by the elimination of the opponent's King.
Gameplay is simplistic but strategy is needed to truly get a feel for the game and its inherent challenge. Time is also a factor as players will only have 20 seconds to make their moves during each turn.
The Duel Online is playable in both solo and multiplayer modes with the latter boasting great interactive features including but not limited to uploading of scores, an integrated lobby area, chatting and a buddy list. "We foresee an explosive growth in the multi-player mobile gaming market and with these functions, we hope to deliver a truly interactive multi-player gaming experience to the players," said H.E.Mah, Ozura's Vice President of Marketing.
Targeted to be suitable for all ages, The Duel Online is a highly colorful turn-based multiplayer strategy game with great graphic detail and a well defined theme. Incorporated with quality sound and eye candy, the game has been thoroughly polished to live up to its name. The game's tactical depth and different game modes are guaranteed to keep the players coming back for more.
About Ozura Mobile
Ozura Mobile is a leading international developer and publisher for mobile games and game developer engine to carriers, aggregators, mobile phone manufacturers and service providers. The company creates games for mobile phones based on J2ME, BREW or Symbian platform. Ozura's games are available all over the world through its distribution network of thousands of partners spanning across 130 countries. It is expected that the growth of mobile phones supporting these platforms will exceed one billion units worldwide in 2008. For more information, visit http://www.ozura.com
For further information, please contact:
Ms LiLing See
(Email) llsee @ ozura.com