Geat Ready, Kart n' Crazy Is Coming!

Paris, France. August 17th 2007– GOA, the France Télécom games department, announces a new game on the Goa.COM European portal to be released in late 2007: Kart n’ Crazy.

GOA.COM is a unique online gaming portal: it offers free multiplayer games to everybody. Since its release on the 28th of March 2007, the portal has had great success across Europe with Pangya, the fantasy golf game and Gunbound, the turn-based strategy game. Players were then treated to the enjoyment of online gaming and customizing their avatar by buying new outfits, accessories, or even new abilities.

Kart n’ Crazy guarantees lots of fun for PC gamers regardless the age, embodying wild characters facing each other on crazy tracks. Developed by Korean company Windysoft and published by Goa in Europe, this new game on the portal will offer many challenges on a large number of weird and wonderful tracks. Just like the other games on the portal, you will find a colourful universe of funny and cute characters in fast and furious multiplayer games on the net.

With up to 16 players on the same track, Kart n’ Crazy propels the player into games where skillful driving techniques are essential to be first in the rankings. There will be many bonus items available to help you. Drifts, boosts, weather conditions and dynamic tracks that evolve along the race will have to be tackled in order to cross the finish line first.

An exclusive playable version of Kart n’ Crazy will be presented at the Games Convention in Leipzig (Germany) from August 23rd to August 26th and at the video game festival in Montreuil (France) from September 21st to September 23rd.

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