San Francisco, CA (February 19, 2009) -- Sparkplay Media has launched a new official website for its debut PC game, Earth Eternal. The brightly illustrated Earth Eternal website features never-before-seen screenshots, video, detailed game information, an official FAQ, new forums, and registration options for users interested in growing EE's community and beta testing.

The new Earth Eternal website can be found at:

By creating an account there now you're actually creating the account you'll use when the game launches.

Matt Mihály, CEO, Sparkplay Media: "I'm really excited to have re-launched our site as we push towards the release of Earth Eternal. It's going to be one of the MMOs that redefines what people think of as a free-to-play experience. Our team rocks and they're turning the game into something well beyond what I thought we could accomplish when we started, three long years ago."

Earth Eternal is an entirely free-to-play 3D MMO that can be optionally run from within a browser. It has microtransactions but anything purchasable with real money may be obtained by playing the game. Epic fantasy, unreal monsters, beautiful environments, and whimsical touches await gamers young and old, casual and avid. If you can click, you can play.


Sparkplay Media is a dynamic games developer and publisher formed in 2006 by independent games industry veterans. Led by veteran CEO and virtual goods pioneer Matt Mihály, Sparkplay Media's objective is to provide compelling, in-browser 3D MMOs that are windows into accessible, deep game worlds based on the proven virtual goods business model. For more information, please visit:

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San Francisco, CA 94133

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