Gala-Net believes that Tales Runner has plenty to offer our gamers, and knows that gamers will enjoy their experience playing it.
SUNNYVALE, Calif. (PRWEB) March 11, 2008
Tales Runner, developed by Rhaon Entertainment, is a free-to-play online racing game that offers various types of racing modes. Tales Runner, already a huge hit in Korea, Japan, and Taiwan, offers gamers the opportunity to enjoy running, tumbling, jumping and breaking barriers to get through obstacles. This game challenges gamers' racing skills while having to overcome obstacles including ski slopes, alligators, giant boulders or even monsters. Points are given to players for overcoming these disadvantages and for speed.
The setting from this racing game comes from popular fairy tales such as The Frog Prince, Jack and the Bean Stalk, and the Japanese classic, Momotaro. Tales Runner has several modes to offer such as a standard racing mode, a relay race mode, or even a survival mode for up to 30 players. Every type of gamer will discover Tales Runner to be a fun and interactive game. Jikhan Jung, CEO of Gala-Net, believes that Tales Runner would appeal to all demographics, much like Gala-Net's already successful MMORPG game Flyff. "Gala-Net wants to continue to provide gamers the highest quality services for free, and trusts that Tales Runner would have as much success as Flyff," said Jung. "Gala-Net believes that Tales Runner has plenty to offer our gamers, and knows that gamers will enjoy their experience playing it."
Founded in 2004, Gala-Net, Inc. is a subsidiary of the global online community company Gala, Inc. Together with its European subsidiary, Gala Networks Europe, Gala-Net is a leader in the burgeoning free-to-play online games market. Headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., Gala-Net's diverse service portfolio includes Flyff, Rappelz, Upshift StrikeRacer, Corum Online and Shot Online. Through the games portal gPotato (http://www.gpotato.com), gamers can play any of Gala-Net's games for free, as well as buy in-game currency and virtual items for any of its games.