Game Park

Moby ID: 17999

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Game Park (게임파크) was a South Korean company most notable for designing the handheld GP32 (Game Park 32-bit), which was the first Korean video game console. The company was established in 1996 and was funded by the South Korean government after winning a contest for creating a native console system. Game Park published games released for the system and tried to promote it worldwide, with moderate success. In 2005, following an internal conflict, a group of employees split off to form GamePark Holdings.

In 2006, the Game Park announced the XGP, a successor to the GP32, as well as a smaller version thereof and a children-friendly redesigned GP32. None of these systems were released. In March 2007 the company was declared bankrupt.

Credited on 5 Games from 2001 to 2002

Tomak: Save the Earth, Again (2002 on Windows, GP32)
Astonishia Story (2002 on Windows, PSP, GP32)
Little Wizard (2001 on GP32)
Princess Maker 2 (1993 on DOS, SEGA Saturn, 3DO...)
Pinball Dreams (1992 on DOS, Game Boy, SNES...)

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