MMO game publisher and developer, Lemon, announced today that the first ever cross-platform MMORPG, Fantasia, is making headway on the developmental front and will be available in 2010. The game is also sporting some really cool features and is definitely worth keeping an eye on.

According to the press release…
Fantasia will be offering unique features such as instant messenger and mobile-to-PC sync. It also will be accessible to a vast range of computers with minimal requirements including netbooks. “Fantasia employs a system that only maintains the map data currently being used, consuming fewer resources," explained Jang Un Jin, producer at Lemon.

The game sports perpetual synching between PCs and mobile phones so gamers can use the PET system to invite friends when offline. There’s also auto-targeting, touch-pad support, three-minute quests for gamers who don’t have time to complete half-hour missions and even 100-story tower quests for gamers who do have more than a half-hour of playtime to impart.

Just like any other MMORPG, Fantasia sports PvP, standard-fare grinding, skills and everything else in between.

You can learn more about Lemon’s ambitious new project by visiting the Official Website. We’ll keep you posted on when the game will make its debut for a global audience.

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