TOKYO, Japan—May 28, 2014—GREE today announced that its 3D action MORPG Lost in Stars is now available on the App Store and Google Play in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau. Originally developed at GREE's Seoul studio and released in South Korea, the game has been localized into traditional Chinese and published by the leading Taiwanese game publisher MacroWell OMG Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd. in partnership with GREE.

Lost in Stars is set in Elrondu, a world near a reborn star that is home to an advanced civilization. Players choose one of three character types—a knight, a hunter, or a wizard—and embark on a quest to defend Elrondu from annihilation by battling against strange creatures from another dimension. A fantasy MORPG with a strong narrative and rich 3D graphics, Lost in Stars features a multiplayer mode supporting up to eight players at a time and simple tap-to-move, swipe-to-attack controls that enable smooth, action-packed gameplay throughout dynamic battle scenes. Since the initial launch of Lost in Stars in South Korea in April 2013, GREE has continued to refine the game by incorporating customer feedback into updates and events, garnering high levels of satisfaction among fans and more than one million downloads on Google Play in South Korea.

Trailer (Korean version)

Title art (Traditional Chinese version)

Screenshots (Korean version)

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GREE is a global mobile social company with businesses that include social gaming, social media, advertising, licensing and merchandising, and venture capital. Established in December 2004, GREE created the world's first mobile social game in 2007 and today is a global leader in free-to-play, reaching audiences around the world with its portfolio of first-party and partner titles. GREE has studios in Tokyo, San Francisco, Vancouver, and Seoul, and is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (3632).

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