LemonQuest presents World of Dragons, the first multiplatform PC/mobile phone MMORPG.

Madrid, Spain- 04 June 2009 - LemonQuest, a leading producer and distributor of video games for mobile platforms, announces the launch of World of Dragons, the first multiplatform PC/mobile massively multiplayer online role playing game (MMORPG).

The launch of World of Dragons breaks new ground in the online games industry, conceived as the first multiplatform game where users can feel the RPG experience from any PC or Internet-connected mobile device. At last a multiplatform project has become available in the online videogame market. This development has been a long time coming, and LemonQuest expects to have a hit on its hands.

World of Dragons has all the elements of the classic RPG where players can develop their character, choosing from among 4 races and 6 different professions, using more than 10,000 items in over 1,000 missions.

The final PC version of World of Dragons will not be available on the official website until mid-July, and LemonQuest’s developers are hard at work at the last touches to adapt it to the PC platform, but users can start enjoying the application in its mobile version and a lite adaptation for the PC, already available on the game’s official website www.wod-mobile.com.

World of Dragons, a challenge which is sure to mark a turning point in multiplatform MMORPGs.

About LemonQuest Entertainment:

LemonQuest is a leading European developer and international distributor, based in Spain, specialising in mobile platforms, Blackberry, iPhone and PC On Line. It employs more than 150 people worldwide, especially in Spain, China, India, Mexico and the USA.


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