Last Chaos Content Update Introduces New Pet and Features

SANTA CLARA, Calif.– March 23, 2011– Aeria Games, a leading global publisher of free-to-play online games, is set to release new content for its premiere title, Last Chaos, which includes a new gameplay system and combat pet.

Players now have the chance to obtain the mighty Lizard Lingko, a mysterious amphibian who at a certain level will evolve into a Battle Lingko. When the lizard is fully evolved, players have the ability to use the Lizard Lingko as an attacking companion.

Also included on this content update:

·        Expansion of Akan Temple: Last Chaos will be introducing new modes to Akan Temple with new monsters, npc’s and gear!

·        Laca Ball System: Players have the chance to use tokens to win rare and valuable items in-game.

·        Reformed Castle Siege: A new and improved Castle Siege that guilds can participate in on a weekly basis.

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About Aeria Games

Aeria Games, a leading destination for online entertainment, provides an unrivaled MMO gaming experience to a growing community of more than 15 million members. The online gaming portal offers a broad selection of fun, high-quality games, including fantasy MMORPGs, FPS, casual MMOs and Facebook games. Aeria Games is committed to its position as the world’s premier publisher and portal, with high-quality, innovative content and outstanding customer service.

Based in Silicon Valley, Calif., Aeria Games&Entertainment, Inc. was founded in 2006 and has offices in the United States, Japan, Germany, and Brazil. More information about Aeria Games can be found at


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