Etimes reported that ALLM, a Korea-based developer of Lunia: Record of Lunia War, decided to terminate its service agreement with CDC Games.
According to Etimes, ALLM claimed that CDC Games banned the company’s IP addresses with notice and continued to operate the game on their own. The other allegations include that CDC Games hasn’t paid its royalty and licensing fee which is altogether roughly around USD 600,000 and posted unauthorized false posting on the game website.
CDC Games launched the Lunia’s OBT on February 2009 in China and has attracted more than one million users in a month.
Another ‘screw-you-we-wanna-go-with-a-new-partner’ story at thisisgame.com. And this one doesn’t have a happy ending.
According to thisisgame, the story goes like this: WeMade chose CDC Games as a publisher of The Legend of Mir 3 (aka?傳奇3??or 미르의 전설 3 depends on where you play) but CDC Games wasn’t faithful with their loyalty payment, and the day of renewal approached so WeMade decided to go with Shanda this time. (Ironically Shanda is the one who launched the Mir2-alike game,?The World of Legend (aka 傳奇世界).)
On top of MIR3, Shanda is currently publishing blockbuster games likes of Mir2 and AION.
FYI, WeMade is planning to self-publish?Mir3 in US but not Mir2. Gamepot USA is publishing?Mir2 in US.