Uniana

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Uniana
유니아나
Type Public
Industry Computer and video game industry
Founded January 1988
Headquarters 907-18, Mok5-Dong, Yangchon-Gu, Seoul, South Korea
Key people Yun Daeju (CEO)
Website http://uniana.com/

Uniana (Korean: 유니아나) is an arcade and online video game production company that was founded in January 1988 as UNiCO Electronics (Korean: 유니코電子)[1] in Seoul, South Korea. The company was renamed to Uniana in June 2001.[1] Originally a manufacturer of arcade games, Uniana shifted its focus towards developing PC online games since the mid-2000s, while continuing to publish Konami's arcade games in Korea.[1] Uniana was never a subsidiary of Konami[1] and never changed its name to Konami Korea.[1] The company continues to operate independently as Uniana.[1]

Arcade games produced as UNiCO Electronics[edit]

UNiCO Electronics logo from 1988 to 2001.
  • Dragon Master (드래곤마스타) - 1994
  • Master's Fury (마스터퓨리) - 1995 (also ported to the Sony PlayStation and published November 20, 1997 in Japan by Cinema Supply as The Masters Fighter (ザ・マスターズ・ファイター)[2]
  • Fancy World - Earth of Crisis (팬시월드) - 1996
  • Magic Purple (매직퍼플) - 1996
  • Burglar X (버글러 엑스) - 1997
  • Zero Point (제로포인트) - 1998
  • The Legend of Silk Road (실크로드의 전설) - 1999
  • Goori Goori (구리구리) - 1999
  • Zero Point 2 (제로포인트2) - 1999
  • Age of Heroes: Silkroad 2 (디에이지오브히어로즈) - 2000

Arcade games produced as Uniana[edit]

  • Frenzy Express (프렌지익스프레스) - 2001
  • Dojeon! OX Survival (도전! OX서바이벌) - 2002
  • Dojeon! OX Survival PLUS (도전! OX서바이벌 PLUS) - 2002
  • Hog Wild (호그와일드) - 2003
  • P's Attack (피스어택) - 2003
  • S.A.P.T. - 2004

Online games produced as Uniana[edit]

  • Chaos Gem (카오스잼) - 2006
  • Chaotic Eden (카오틱에덴) - 2009
  • Samguk Jiryak (삼국지략) - 2009
  • Chaotic Eden (카오틱에덴) - 2010
  • RogueN (로그앤) - 2011

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