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El Segundo, Calif.- Sept. 18, 2008- OGPlanet, an innovative provider of multiplayer online games, today announced the launch of side-scrolling MMORPG La Tale. In addition to being OGPlanet's first 2D, side-scrolling MMORPG, La Tale is also unique in that it is the first game that OGPlanet is launching to a worldwide audience. Unlike OGPlanet's other, North American-based games, La Tale will be available to players in every country that does not currently have their own version of the game.

"La Tale is a perfect addition to our portfolio of multiplayer games and a great first step into the international market," said Ross Park, the producer of La Tale. "The depth of the La Tale world, with its diverse environments, charming characters and engaging gameplay, will please OGPlanet fans old and new."
La Tale's whimsical art style and detailed 2D worlds bring a lighthearted touch to the MMORPG genre, and have won it a large following in Asia. Simple gameplay and intuitive quests make La Tale accessible for players of all ages, while the immersive storyline with a variety of characters, enemies, and challenges keep the game intriguing.

Like all of OGPlanet's massively multiplayer games, La Tale is completely free to play, with optional micro-transaction items purchasable in the OGPlanet shop.

About OGPlanet

OGPlanet is a leading North American publisher of online games. The company, founded in 2005, offers a selection of some of the best massively multiplayer online games on a free-to-play basis. Users experience beautiful, easy-to-play multiplayer online games without the obligations of a subscription fee. For more information, visit www.ogplanet.com.
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