Pets make their way into the Tales of the Damned expansion for Dragonica this October

Press Release

For immediate release

Dublin, Ireland, 15th of September– Dragonica is the free arcade-style 3D side-scrolling MMORPG developed by Barunson Interactive and published by Gala Networks Europe. This October will see the introduction of the“Tales of the Damned” expansion for European versions of Dragonica, and we are proud to publish information on the eagerly anticipated pets system.

Players with characters over level 20 can visit the pet merchant in Dragonica where they will be able to take a series of quests to earn their own pet. On completing these quests, players receive a pet egg containing a random pet, which can later be bound to the character and help them in the world of Dragonica. In total, three pets will be available to players: Husky the dog, Felix the cat and Griffon the bird.

Pets will be introduced in three phases to the world of Dragonica with“Tales of the Damned” being the first step. With this update, pets can be considered fashionable companions who add uniqueness to each player’s avatar as well as various bonuses to characteristics. Upcoming expansions will bring the ability to include passive skills to the pets, make them fight against monsters or use them as mounts.

Pets are one of many new features being introduced by the“Tales of the Damned” expansion to European versions of Dragonica. In addition to this new feature, controller support, the new Emporia Tournament system for Guilds, an increase in the level cap to 65, many brand new field maps, mission maps, dungeons, bosses and a revised mission scoring system will be introduced. As with all gPotato.eu games, this and future updates are all available completely free of charge, and will be delivered by a patch during October.

Dragonica is available as a free-to-play game, meaning no subscriptions, ever! You can download the game client from http://dragonica.gpotato.eu and register for your free gPotato.eu account to play the game. European users who are travelling outside of Europe, you are now able to play Dragonica with gPotato while abroad by clicking the“Register my IP” button on the Dragonica website before logging into the game.

About Dragonica

Dragonica is the free arcade-style 3D side-scrolling MMORPG. Developed by Korean developers Barunson Interactive, it is published in Europe in English, French and German at the www.gPotato.eu gaming portal. It features original keyboard-controlled gameplay, combo-based action that rewards skilful players, a vibrant 3D universe and plenty of tongue-in-cheek humour along the way. Dragonica has universal appeal, and is a game for all ages. Dragonica is currently in Open Beta and available to players by downloading the game from the official website at http://dragonica.gpotato.eu and signing up for a free gPotato.eu account.

About Gala Networks Europe Ltd.&gPotato.eu

Gala Networks Europe Ltd. is a leading European free-to-play online games publisher. Gala Networks Europe operates the gPotato brand in Europe by hosting, publishing and distributing free online games via the www.gPotato.eu portal. Established in Dublin, Ireland in 2006, it operates a portfolio of MMORPG including Flyff, Rappelz, Street Gears, Dragonica and Allods Online. The gPotato.eu portal is now a major destination for online gamers with over 2,000,000 users. Allods Online, the fifth game of the portal, will be available in autumn 2009. Canaan Online and Castle of Heroes will be available next winter while“Project 9” will be released in 2010.

About Barunson Interactive

Barunson Interactive Co. Ltd., is a game developer and publisher founded 2003 in South Korea. Subsidiary of the entertainment group Barunson Inc., Barunson Interactive has developed a significant expertise in game creation and operation through the fantasy MMORPG Dragon Raja and the casual action game S.O.S, both operated in many countries.


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