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[January 21, 2013]

Press Release of eFusion GmbH regarding Murim Wars

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Schwalbach, Germany (PRWEB UK) 21 January 2013 eFusion GmbH, an European distributor of digital entertainment on mobile platforms, announced today that Murim Wars, a massively multiplayer online game developed by Korean studio 4Plat Inc., will be finally launched in Europe for Android smartphone and iPhone on the 21st of January.

Murim Wars is keeping up with this famous and popular game genre, which is Massively Multiplayer Online Game. It combines all the strengths of the new mobile era and brings players a new innovative fighting system. Murim Wars is part of a series of games with full network support on mobile platforms, that eFusion GmbH will publish in the near future.

About eFusion GmbH eFusion GmbH, headquartered in Frankfurt, Germany, was founded in 2002 and has been growing steadily ever since. eFusion GmbH is a distributor of digital entertainment on mobile platforms. The company’s mission is to deliver exceptional, original and licensed entertainment contents on a wide variety of devices to all consumers around the world. The company distributes a portfolio of product that boasts some of the biggest names in mobile entertainment as well as original properties with more than 3000 downloadable high-quality games and over 500 applications for Android and Java with new items being added on a daily basis.

Contact: eFusion GmbH Wiesenweg 18 D-65824 Schwalbach / Ts.

Phone : +49 (0) 6196 58688 50 Fax: +49 (0) 6196 58688 99 Mail to: mkt(at)efusionmobile(dot)com Website: http://www.efusionmobile.com CEO: Yoonseok Yang , Dennis Hilgersom Court Frankfurt am Main HRB 80577 VAT ID: DE 224 279 505 About 4Plat 4PLAT Inc. is a Korean company, headquartered in Seoul. The company is developing cross platform games for Mobile Phone, Tablet, PC and TV. Together with their partner, eFusion GmbH, they want to conquer the European games market.

   •  Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game for Android    •  Fight other players LIVE    •  FREE and Paid updates with new missions, weapons, fighting techniques and much more    •  Collect rare and powerful loot items    •  Innovative Clan and Guild system    •  Bring your friends into your clan to make you stronger    •  Chat with other players    •  Live customer support    •  Community center on web site and forum Download, now from: Google Play Apple Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/1/prweb10325369.htm (c) 2013 PRWEB.COM Newswire

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