Emergent Game Technologies, the company behind the Gamebryo engine, said Tuesday that it licensed the tech to Korea's EYA Soft for use in the free-to-play 3D MMORPG, Iris Online
has been in open beta since February this year. Gala-Net will publish the game in North America on the company's gPotato game portal late this year, Emergent said in a press statement.
The game is billed as a "fully-featured MMORPG" with dungeons, PvP, monster summons and a cute art style.
Just last week, Emergent announced two more Gamebryo licensing agreements
with Shanghai-based Goldcool and Seoul-based JoyMaster Interactive, both of which are working on online role-playing games.