WEMADE ENTERTAINMENT USA ANNOUNCES FARMERAMA, DARKORBIT AND SEAFIGHT ARE NOW LIVE AT WWW.WEMADE.NET

Kirkland, Wash., October 25, 2010 - WeMade Entertainment USA, a leading online game developer and publisher, announced today that Famerama, DarkOrbit and Seafight are now live at www.wemade.net. Developed by worldwide leader in browser-based games Bigpoint, these free-to-play online games will feature something for everyone from galactic space battle to pirate adventure and a chance to trade in city life for a taste of country farming. 

"We are thrilled at the opportunity to bring some of Bigpoint's most compelling games to our players and think these are some of the most gratifying web games available today," said Kevin Seo, CEO of WeMade. "We are committed to offering players a diverse range of games and believe these new games complement our varied lineup."

Starting today, WeMade account holders can dive right into the action without further registration -- just a game nickname!  Players can choose from: Seafight, where adventure on the high seas awaits as they wage bitter sea battles and face enemy pirates and huge sea monsters; DarkOrbit where players will engage in high-speed pursuits and action-packed missions in this real-time space shooter, and finally Farmerama, where players can trade city life for country farming in this rewarding farming simulation game. 

For more information about WeMade Entertainment USA visit  www.wemadeusa.com.

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About WeMade Entertainment USA

WeMade Entertainment is a leading online games developer and publisher. WeMade has created several online games, the most successful being The Legend of Mir 2 and The Legend of Mir3, which currently has more than 350,000 active concurrent users and over 200 million registered users in the world. For more information, please visit  http://www.wemadeusa.com.

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