Seoul, South Korea - August 27, 2009
CJ Internet, the leading global entertainment company, today announced the start of the second closed beta test for online action game Mini Fighter. Thousands of players participated in the first closed beta, and their valuable feedback has been used to make Mini Fighter even bigger and badder than it was before. Head to Netmarble.com, sign up for the new beta, and prove that your fighting skills are up to the challenge!
“The survey responses we received have been incredibly helpful in helping us make Mini Fighter as fun as possible,” said Youngjong Jung, President and CEO of CJ Internet.“Over half the players who responded asked for new modes, so we made sure there were plenty of never-before-seen zones to enjoy in the second closed beta.”
Whether you want to tackle the 50 levels of Dungeon Mode, head to the Sky Zone to fight epic battles amongst the clouds, or take on other players as a monster in the newly-added Boss Zone, you’re sure to find a brawl that fits your style in Mini Fighter.
To view the story and gameplay trailers for Mini Fighter, head to: http://global.netmarble.com/minifighter/Download/videos.asp
For more information about Mini Fighter and to register for the second closed beta, please visit the official Netmarble website at http://global.netmarble.com/minifighter
About Mini Fighter
Mini Fighter is a frenetic, side-scrolling fighting game that features massively multiplayer online battles with up to 200 combatants. Players can level-up their fighters and compete in a wide variety of modes, from Grand Arena matches to Boss fights and daily Castle Sieges. Take a break from the fisticuffs with a variety of minigames, including the brain-busting Quiz Zone and the reflex-testing Fishing Zone. Combining a simple user interface with colorful, 2D graphics and action-packed gameplay, Mini Fighter is sure to be a blast no matter what kind of MMO player you are!
About CJ Internet
Located in Seoul, Republic of Korea, CJ Internet is a global entertainment company dedicated to enriching people's lives through fun, social, massively online gaming. The company currently provides over 200 titles to more than 20 million registered players through Netmarble ( www.netmarble.net), the highly-popular Korean gaming portal they launched in 2001. CJ Internet has published a number of high-profile online titles since its establishment in 2000, including Sudden Attack, Korea's number one online FPS, baseball game MaguMagu, MMORPG PRIUS and stylish action MMORPG Ys Online.
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