Zyon Games Announce First Two Games to be published in the US.

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Zyon Games, an Independent publisher of Free to Play MMORPGS envisioned not just by an industry insider, but by a fan of the genre, is busy at work getting ready to bring its first two titles to the US & European Markets the first part of 2008.

Zyon Games will publish the much anticipated Secret Online in the US early this spring, closely followed by the casual MMORPG Childhood.

“It is really exciting for me to be in this industry at this time, “says Steve Wade, CEO of Zyon Games. “Since it is still early for the free to play space, no one really has a set formula for success; so you see a bunch of companies popping up every month or so all trying to figure it out.”

The company organized in late 2007 by former 24 year old Aeria Games & New Game World veteran Steven Wade says their strategy is “a couple of guys who are passionate about games just fulfilling their dream by doing what they love.”

Secret Online is a full 3D MMORPG full of ancient mystery deeply involved in technology, martial arts, intriguing sociology, and politics. Secret Online allows players to be fully immersed into the fighting experiences with the excellent Hr3D game engine. The Developer has provided a flexible system for players to choose their own unique play style. What’s more, with over 200 quest released during open beta, players can look forward to a never ending series of interesting mob kills and quests completions.

Childhood is the only Cute 3D turned based Hardcore casual MMORPG masterpiece in the US targeted at Children from 6 -92. The game play is fast to jump into and fun to play with a very fun and humorous story line to keep players anxiously anticipating their next quest.

Visit ZyonGames.com for future updates!

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