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Seoul, Korea - July 31, 2008 - Lizard Interactive revealed details on Closed Beta Test (CBT) for its new online game title FunFun. It is the third online game developed and published following their Free to Play MMORPG titles Cronous and Sho Online.

FunFun CBT is scheduled for 3 days from August 6 to August 8, 2008. The test server will be opened from 19:00 to 24:00 PDT and selected group of testers may have the privilege of first hand experience and five straight hours of brand new fun.

Most of the casual mini games in the market are based on Flash or Java. Just simple games which people enjoy to kill time. What if series of mini games have interesting stories closely linked with each other provided in full 3D graphics? Lizard Interactive's eagerly waited secret project reveals. A bold approach in global gaming market, Lizard Interactive's primary intention is to deliver important message to the world of preserving the Mother Nature. FunFun is not an ordinary game. It contains series of casual mini games which player can enjoy all of them with single selected character. Game characters are endangered species such as Lesser Panda, Tamarin and Platypus fighting to save their natural habitat against human industrialization.

Coming CBT will introduce the Season 1, Episode 1 of FunFun. Season 1, Episode 1 contains first set of 7 mini games which are Animal Physical Training, Snapshot, The North Pole Racing, Jump to Survive, Rush! N Freeze!, Let's Dig it, and Rocket Challenge. Each game follows the storyline of FunFun and, as the subtitle suggests, many more Seasons and Episodes will be updated in the future.

Burnard Kim, Director of Global Business Development, at Lizard Interactive commented, "We are very pleased to present FunFun to global gamers. FunFun's project intention is to bring positive aspects to the gamers around the world. Not only does FunFun deals with environmental issues related with endangered species, but It is developed and programmed for all age groups to easily enjoy. It is educational for teenagers and It is even helpful for seniors to prevent from aging illness such as Alzheimer. I can say that it is a brand new game released with all the good intention.?

With the opening of CBT on August 6, Lizard Interactive will hold events for its testers. Those who participate will simply have to submit bug report and share ideas to win fabulous prizes. Detail information is available at the FunFun official website.

For further information on FunFun, a fun mini games played with cute endangered animals, please visit funfun.neofun.com.
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