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Selvas Introduces Its Latest Mobile Games in GDC 2014

Showcasing newest titles with superior developing and publishing capabilities

SEOUL, South Korea, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Selvas, an innovative mobile social game developing and publishing company, announced that it will showcase the latest additions to its acclaimed mobile game lineup at Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2014. At the exhibit, there will be three new game titles and the company's leading publishing capabilities.

Among the new titles is 'The Heart of Dragon'. With its outstanding graphic performance and various skillsets, the mobile action RPG game brings Dungeon MMORPG experiences in PC game to mobile environment. When Selvas launched 'The Heart of Dragon' in Korea last February, more than 30,000 gamers reserved the game prior to its release.

In addition to 'The Heart of Dragon', 'Hollow Point' and 'Town's Tale' will be introduced at GDC 2014.

'Town's Tale' is a social networking game (SNG) which the avatar develops and decorates a village with friends. Cooperative play is not only possible with non-player characters but also with other actual game players.

'Hollow Point' is a conventional mobile first-person shooter game, to be released in 2Q of 2014. Unreal Engine 3, aiming point correction system, and auto-shooting system allow precise control in realistic graphic, enabling a wide range of gamers, from beginners to advanced players to enjoy the game.

"With various game line-ups to be released this year, Selvas will grow as a definitive leader in mobile gaming," said Sang Hoon Chi, CEO of Selvas. "Our reliable and effective publishing skills and development operations will accelerate the company's global outreach, including America, China and Japan."

GDC 2014 will be held in San Francisco from March 17 to 21. To experience more from Selvas, be sure to visit the company's GDC 2014 booth, #217. More information can be found at: http://www.selvas.com/eng/index.aspx.

About INFRAWARE (www.infraware.co.kr/eng)

INFRAWARE is a software company that specializes in developing office solutions that enhances IT service, platform, Human Computer Interface (HCI) solutions and mobile games using its office engine technology. Over 80% of INFRAWARE's employees are focused on R&D. INFRAWARE develops software technology professionally and holds over 100 registered patents and approximately 430 patent applications that are currently under review.

About Selvas

Selvas, an affiliate company of INFRAWARE, is a game publishing and development company which strives to create various genre of mobile games, such as RPG, casual, FPS, SNG, in cooperation with its international branches in the U.S., China and Japan. Selvas has released more than 100 premium package games since 2004 and has also provided its service to Kakao game.

Contact:

INFRAWARE PR/IR
Eunjoo Kim (+82-2-6190-7676 / [email protected])

INFRAWARE's PR Agency Burson-Marsteller Korea
Yoonkun Lee (822-3782-6459 / 82-10-7137-8507 [email protected])

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