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Hamburg, June 19th 2008 – Leading European MMOG publisher gamigo AG is proud to announce the acquisition of the exclusive European publishing rights of the English, German, French and Spanish versions of Fiesta Online, a “free to play” Online Roleplaying game that has already enjoyed massive success in the US and Asia. Featuring detailed 3D graphics and a rich game world with numerous quests and epic storyline, the high quality game already enjoys a thriving European community. Players can now pre-register for the Beta-Test by signing-up on http://fiesta.gamigo.com.

Inviting Adventurers on a free trip to a magical land
At first sight, Fiesta Online is an unlikely candidate for the free-to-play model: Boasting detailed cell-shaded characters in a rich and vast game world packed with epic quests and endless challenges, the MMORPG rivals most subscription titles in terms of scope and quality – making it one of the biggest genre-hits in the US. Thousands of players explore the magical island, fight numerous enemies, solve mysteries and develop their unique avatars with new skills and equipment.

After an intuitive introduction in the home city, players can choose to hunt down enemies or follow hundreds of quests on their own or group with others in parties and guilds, together solving epic kingdom quests that offer adventures for up to 30 players. Another innovation is the “housing” system: Players can transform into their mushroom-like, but fully customizable, house at any time to rest or trade items. And with the autumn update, the interiors can be decorated and used to invite friends – apart from levelling, socializing is a big part of the Fiesta Online experience!

The international MMOG-Hit is coming to Europe!
gamigo exclusively publishes the Korean-developed MMOG in Europe, starting with German and English versions this summer, followed by French and Spanish later in the year. Currently the game is being modified for local tastes, including a complete rework of the English translation. Numerous improvements and new features will keep players engaged while the free-to-play model offers the title to a broad audience.

“Fiesta Online is our biggest game so far and has already proven successful in the US and Asia”, explains Sven Ossenbrüggen, CEO gamigo AG. “Improving the international versions with a completely reworked translation and storyline, we are offering players a high quality game to enjoy for free!”

The English European version of Fiesta Online is set to launch soon after the German version. Interested players can sign up for the Beta Test on http://fiesta.gamigo.com.

About Fiesta Online:
Fiesta Online is a 3D MMORPG with attractive cartoon-style graphics. The game combines high accessibility with the depth of MMORPGs. Together with friends, players explore the detailed and vast game world or solve epic kingdom quests. The free-to-play game is published exclusively by gamigo AG in Europe and will be released in an updated, enhanced English version this summer. Interested players can sign up now for the Beta Test and reserve one of 5,000 spots.

Features
• Free-to-Play Online Roleplaying Game (MMORPG)
• Rich and vast Fantasy World
• Detailed 3D Cartoon Graphics
• Individual Character development with four classes
• Hundreds of quests – among them epic kingdom quests for up to 30 players
• Crafting and Trading System
• Innovative Housing System
• Pet and marriage systems
• Guild Support
• Free download – no subscription fees

About gamigo:
gamigo AG, a joint-venture between Axel Springer AG and bmp AG, is a leading publisher and operator of Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOGs) in Europe. Founded in 2000, the company now operates more than 10 games in 4 languages, among others the 3D Online Tennis Game “Smash Online”. For more information please visit www.gamigo.com.
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