LaTale players are being encouraged to create their own bingo cards by using screenshots of their characters with 25 different monsters in a 5x5 grid. Once done, players have the chance to play 'beastly bingo' with game masters.
OGPlanet Wishes La Tale Players a Beastly Halloween
Players Challenged to Create Their Own Beast Bingo Cards
El Segundo, Calif.- Oct. 13, 2008- With the spookiest night of the year on its way, OGPlanet, an innovative provider of multiplayer online games, is challenging players of La Tale, its new side-scrolling, massively multiplayer online game, to a beastly game of bingo.
Throughout October, players can create their Beast Bingo board by taking screenshots of their characters standing with 25 different monsters as they explore the world of La Tale. The 25 screenshots can be arranged to the player's liking into a 5x5 grid. Once the players have their boards, they can compete in Beast Bingo games hosted in-game by La Tale game masters on Halloween night and the following day.
"La Tale is a unique game in so many ways," commented La Tale producer Ross Park. "We feel that our events should be equally unique and exciting. Beast Bingo has already received a huge response from the community, and it should be a fun, memorable Halloween celebration."
Players can learn more about Beast Bingo by visiting the official La Tale website and forums at http://latale.ogplanet.c om
About La Tale
La Tale's whimsical art style and detailed 2D worlds bring a lighthearted touch to the MMORPG genre, and have won it a large following in Asia. Simple gameplay and intuitive quests make La Tale accessible for players of all ages, while the immersive storyline with a variety of characters, enemies and challenges keep the game intriguing.
OGPlanet is a leading North American publisher of online games. The company, founded in 2005, offers a selection of some of the best massively multiplayer online games on a free-to-play basis. Users experience beautiful, easy-to-play multiplayer online games without the obligations of a subscription fee. For more information, visit www.ogplanet.com