Ubiquitous Media Inc.’s Chaotic Survival Game,“The Whoops! Desert Island”

(2010/12/00, Seoul, Korea)–“The Whoops! Desert Island”, a mobile game developed by Ubiquitous Media Inc. (CEO Su-kyeong Lim), is now serviced through main telecommunications companies in Korea. It is now introduced to the application store exclusively for Android in Korea.

“The Whoops! Desert Island” is a somewhat unfamiliar genre amidst the mobile game market mainly dominated by RPG (role playing game) and tycoon games.

This mini-game adopts actions required for survival where the main character, stranded out on a weird island, must hunt, fish, cook, fell trees and smoke fire to lead his friends to survival. Multi endings are implemented according to the level of friendship with his friends, along with other various entertaining factors.

In particular, to celebrate its participation in the G-Star 2010 event, the largest game show in Korea held in Busan from November 18 th to 21 st, the game can be downloaded for free via T-store and Olleh market, which are Korea’s Android markets.

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About JOYWID

Ubiquitous Media Inc. was established in 2003 with the goal of becoming a multimedia company in a true sense. Our core businesses are mobile contents and game development/publisher/agency. We localized and serviced the globally famous Metal Slug series and Princess Maker. Also, we have developed and recently launched a fusion survival game called“The Whoops! Desert Island.” Ubiquitous Media Inc. will target the rapidly developing smart phone market and focus on the smart phone application business.

For Further Information, Please Contact

Ubiquitous Media Corp

Jae Won, Choi (Mobile Plan Team/Manager)

Tel: 02-525-5320   Fax: 02-525-5326

E-Mail: cjw@ubmcorp.co.kr 


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