Uforia to Publish Trading Card MMORPG Camon Hero
We’ve just received word that Uforia is publishing a unique trading card MMORPG called Camon Hero. The game is developed by the Korean firm HanbitSoft and is scheduled for release in North America sometime in spring 2010. The game will include crafting, endless quests, PvP battles, and much more. The most interesting feature is of course the card system. As players explore the world of Aria, they will encounter mystical cards which allow them to summon allies to help them in combat. Dungeon crawls will never be lonely in Camon Hero! While cards are utilized, the action is still fast paced and looks exciting. Players will even be able to team up and pit their skills against bosses in instanced dungeons.
UFORIA TO PUBLISH THE UNIQUE TRADING CARD MMORPG, CAMON HERO, THIS SPRING
A Unique Mixture of Trading Card Game And MMORPG Features Coming Soon to: http://camonhero.uforia.com/
Redwood City, Calif. – February 3, 2010 – Uforia, Inc., an online game publisher specializing in massively multiplayer online games, today announced that they will publish Camon Hero, a unique Trading Card MMORPG this spring. Camon Hero offers card summoning and card creation systems, crafting, item dismantling, never-ending quests, unique PVP battles and much more. The game’s website can be found at: http://camonhero.uforia.com.
“We are excited about Camon Hero because it is such a unique addition to the Uforia portfolio,” said JK Kim, CEO of Uforia. “While there are many choices in the MMORPG category today, it is rare to find a game that can offer players a chance to experience a trading card game and MMORPG all in one.”
About Camon Hero
Camon Hero will provide players with a gameplay experience like no other MMORPG available today. In Camon Hero, players will journey through the land of Aria in order to save its citizens from the forces of darkness. During the adventure players will come across mystical cards that grant them the ability to summon creatures and people to assist them in battle so they will not be alone on their dangerous quest.
Camon Hero is based on the ever-popular Trading Card Game genre and players familiar with that style of gameplay will find terminology and gameplay similarities in Camon Hero. But this time the monsters are real and the action is in real-time!
Camon Hero has no fixed classes so gamers can customize their character’s stats so they can wield both magic and melee weapons or be a purist and focus solely on magic. Like a good trading card game, Camon Hero gives the player the option to customize and create their own gameplay style! The knowledge and power to perform skills is also bound to cards so that the possibilities in combat become endless. Deciding what cards to include in their summon hand and managing their Stack Cooldown Times will help them maintain control of the field.
Camon Hero features both PvE field combat and instanced mission based combat! Giant Bosses will test the skills of players, their friends and their decks! And what would a TGC MMORPG be without numerous PvP modes so players can test their deck against other Camon Heroes!
For more information about Camon Hero, including registering an account and learning more about the game visit: http://camonhero.uforia.com/.
About Uforia, Inc.
Uforia, Inc. is an online game publisher specializing in massively multiplayer online games and integrated marketing solutions to provide English speaking gamers worldwide with the best online experience possible. Headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley, Uforia also has members based in Seoul, Korea who work directly with leading game development studios. In order to provide excellent 24-hour customer service, Uforia utilizes industry experienced Customer Service agents based in the Silicon Valley. For more information about Uforia, please visit www.uforia.com
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