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Emergent Licenses Gamebryo To Korean MMORPG Iris Online

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.
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. Iris 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.

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