February 16, 2011 08:00 ET

Facebook Users Find New and Improved Galaxy X Futile to Resist

Update to StudioEX's Popular Turn-Based Game Brings More Virtual Treats, Quicker Load Times

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - February 16, 2011) -  StudioEX today announced an update to Galaxy X, its popular turn-based ballistic action game for Facebook. Facebook users have definitely been responding to the ease-of-play and addictiveness of Galaxy X, which just completed its third month in beta, rating the game 4.8 out of a possible five. 

Galaxy X's popular gameplay has gotten even better with a recently-released update that includes:

  • Quicker game loading from the start page.
  • New mouse control and improved UI.
  • A new "garage" start page, replacing the game's prior "inventory," where players can see what items their friends have stockpiled.
  • New items, including a mini-nuke, levitation and much more.
  • A new "Fusion Box," where players can fuse items together to create even better items.
  • "Mini-games" where players can acquire these special items for use within the broader gameplay.

"We are excited to have so many fans respond so enthusiastically to Galaxy X, and we think our players will now find their experiences even more engaging after this update," said Anthony Gaud, Creative Director of StudioEX. "Our priority is to deliver the best game and user-friendly experience we possibly can, and we are pleased to have so many new users respond positively."

Founded in 2009, StudioEX is a leading global developer of browser-based games for the Windows and Mac platforms. StudioEX is part of the Camelot Media Investments (CMI) Media Group, which was also established in 2009.

To find out more or to play the beta version of Galaxy X on Facebook, please visit

About StudioEX:
StudioEX is an online game company comprised of high-profile executives from the American entertainment and Korean free-to-play gaming industries. Aiming to develop and deliver the most accessible, compelling and immersive browser-based MMO and online games to the North American market, StudioEX has more than 40 years of combined executive experience in global online game development and operations, as well as intellectual property creation and management.