Netmarble Games

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Netmarble Games Corporation
Industry Internet
Headquarters South Korea
Parent CJ Group

Netmarble Games (Korean: 넷마블게임즈, Japanese: ネットマーブルゲームス), a subsidiary of CJ Corporation, is a developer, publisher, and sponsor of free online games operating a portal of the same name. The most popular game on Netmarble is Sudden Attack, a military first-person shooter that is similar to Counter-Strike. Netmarble is also notable for the first two DJMAX PC games. Netmarble has established global services on July 2009 for English-speaking players worldwide [1][2] and another one on June 2012 for Thai players.


In March 2010, a couple in Suwon, South Korea were arrested for allegedly neglecting their three-month-old premature daughter, resulting in her death by starvation. South Korean police said the couple fed her once a day between twelve hour sessions at an Internet cafe at which they played Netmarble's Prius Online. According to police, the couple became obsessed with nurturing and caring for a virtual girl within the game named Anima while their daughter starved to death.[3]

Notable games available[edit]


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  2. ^ "CJ Internet brings Netmarble to global audiences with the launch of Mini Fighter". IGN. 16 July 2009. Retrieved 29 August 2015. 
  3. ^ "S Korea child 'starves while parents raise virtual baby'". BBC News. 2010-03-05. Retrieved 2010-03-05.