Yogurting

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Yogurting
Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
NTIX Soft, Neowiz
GungHo Works, Inc., ini3 Digital
MMORPG
Keyboard, Mouse
Microsoft Windows
Retail Features
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Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
November 112005
South Korea South Korean Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
May 102005
Thailand Thai Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
December 192006
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File:Yogurting MMORPG.jpg
A screenshot from Yogurting.

Yogurting (Korean: 요구르팅, Japanese: ヨーグルティング), Thai: โยเกิร์ตติ้ง) is an MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game) developed by NTIX Soft in South Korea and released as open-beta on 2005-05-10, and was also released in Japan on 2005-11-24.

Yogurting is an online RPG of today’s school life. It takes place in “Estiva Academy" and “So-weol Academy" and solves the mystery of Endless Vacation Phenomenon. This is an event that spans the whole game. It has made all teachers and schools disappear, hence the name 'endless vacation'.

A promotional video released in June 2005 entitled "Always", featuring Koyote member Shin Ji, has given the game popularity among anime fans in the United States and around the world.[citation needed]

Shu Shibato, Sayaka Gojo produced webcomics based on the video game.[citation needed]

Scott Sharkey from 1UP.com awarded Yogurting for #2 in 'Worst Games, Best Names' category.[1]

In Korea, this game is no longer in service, while the Japanese servers are scheduled to shut down on May 14, 2010. However in Thailand, servers are still active.


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  1. Worst Games, Best Names from 1UP.com. Ziff Davis Publishing Holdings Inc.. Retrieved on 2008-11-28

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