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Nexon, the online gaming giant that went public in December, plans to publish A Bit Lucky‘s Lucky Space social game in Korea.
The move is a boost for A Bit Lucky, a game startup in San Mateo, Calif., and it …
A Bit Lucky, a social gaming firm that is shooting to make high-end Facebook games, is launching its second game today, called Lucky Space. The game is in the simulation and strategy category on Facebook and has players build a …