UNALIS Corporation: online games information for the GC in Leipzig

August 11, 2008

For Immediate Release

UNALIS Corporation has been one of the more successful online game publishers and developers in Asia and has set quite many records in the online game history of Taiwan and Mainland China.

UNALIS will be presenting four PC online games products at GC 2008. They are: Nindou3 (a web based flash game), TAPA (fighting game), Game Station (a platform with 52 fun online casual games) and BBO2 (action game). We believe that you will be delightfully surprised to see some of our latest content and design of our games. Our booth number is D20e at Taiwan Pavilion in Halle 2. We are looking forward to seeing you there and will be happy to arrange a demonstration time for you at your convenience.

NinDou3

It is Taiwan’s No 1 web based multiplayer online game. To play Nin Dou 3, you need no installation, just start the browser, and play it free. The Nin Dou series have been the most popular web based games in Taiwan since 2005 when the first game, Nin Dou1, was launched. Today, more than 1.5 million players play the game, and they love it. With its friendly interface, easy-to-follow guides, and its lovely ninja characters and graphics, Nin Dou 3 is truly a wonderful world full of pleasure. The game provides a fast tempo game-play. Players can always finish a battle shortly. In other words, you can be a winner in a couple of minutes! Nindou3 will begin its open beta test next month.

TAPA

Regarding TAPA, TAPA is a full 3D Massively Multiplayer online fighting game. With gorgeous graphics and immersive gameplay, TAPA is a real-time fighting game which allows players to go head-to-head or in a team against other human opponents on the Internet. Besides the classic beat'em'up scenarios, TAPA also comes with awide variety of specialised PvP maps in which everyone can use certain features of the environment to gain an advantage. In TAPA, we provide thousands of items in our shopping mall. Players can buy weapons, armor to upgrade their gears. Players can also buy decoration items to make themselves look different to others. In year 2008, our R&D team will update single player mode, and provide more battle maps, items, and new systems to rich the game content. If you are interest in the game, I can provide an English version for you to test it.

Game Station

Game Station is a platform with 52 fun online casual games. Free game downloads and online games offering 4-6 new games every year. With multiple puzzles games, card games, chess games and mahjong games, players are sure to find one or more games to relax and enjoy!! Once you start to play, you’ll never stop!!

BBO2

BBO2 is very easy to play. You control a cute dragon, use guns to shoot bubbles or water balls, so as to entangle enemies inside of them. Once the enemy is trapped, touch the bubble to pop it and then the enemy can be killed. There are six lovely dragon characters for players to choose. Although they are short, the dragons are brave and clever. They have different abilities to each others. Players should use different strategies when choose different characters.

About Unalis

Headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, Unalis has a long history of publishing and distributing games by 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 it has more than 10 years of partnerships with worldwide leading game publishers and studios such as Blizzard, Activision, Ubisoft, and Valve.

Contact Info

For more information, please contact:

Amy Kung

Manager of General Manager Office

TEL:886-2-2506-8289ext 225

E-mail: amykung@unalis.com.tw


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