IRVINE, Calif. - January 5, 2011
SG Interactive, developer and publisher of several popular free-to-play games, today announced that an item recycling system is now available to all players of online MMO Trickster Season 2 . This system enables players to exchanged unwanted, older My Shop items for coupons which can then be exchanged for useful items. Players who are interested in turning their cluttered inventory into useful items should visit the Recycle Shop, accessible through both the Paradise Shop and the Megalo Shop, today!
“We sometimes hear about players who buy a full set of armor and then level up to the point where their purchase is no longer helpful,” said Chris Lee, SG Interactive CEO.“With this new Recycling System, our loyal players can put their old equipment to good use by trading it in for scrolls that will help with their play.
To use the Recycling System, players just need to access the Recycle Shop by visiting Recyclek Mk1 in Paradise Shop or Megalo Shop. Recyclek Mk1 provides a full tutorial of how to recycle, and will help players empty their inventory by exchanging My Shop items for coupons which can be redeemed via the Coupon Exchange system. Recycled items provide a different number of coupons based on their value, and not all items can be recycled.
For more information about Trickster Season 2 and the new Recycling System, please visit the official website at http://trickster.ntreev.net
About SG Interactive
SG Interactive, formerly Ntreev USA, is a publisher of high-quality online games headquartered in Southern California. Founded in 2006 and acquired by noted South Korean game developer SmileGate in 2010, SG Interactive is dedicated to providing players with free online games, a welcoming virtual community, and outstanding customer support. Offering a diverse and expanding selection of titles which currently include anime MMORPG Trickster Online, action brawler Grand Chase, and casual golf game Pangya, SG Interactive hopes to continue bringing smiles to players across all of North America as they prepare for the launch of their new online gaming portal in early 2011.
John O’Leary, TriplePoint for SG Interactive