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Dundee, Scotland, November 18th, 2008. Cohort Studios, the Scottish game developer, today announced that the company's most recent project, Buzz! Junior: Ace Racers has been published by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Limited (“SCEE”) for the PlayStation®2.

Buzz! Junior: Ace Racers is the latest title in the hugely successful Buzz! Junior series of games. Aimed at a younger audience, the Buzz! Junior titles are designed to be played with the Buzz! Buzzers and are designed to be as fun, family-friendly and playable as possible.

Buzz! Junior: Ace Racers takes the fun and accessible nature of the Buzz! Junior series to a whole new level. The game gives players control of cars, buggies, planes, and boats across a wide range of environments. The controls couldn't be simpler. Press the Buzzer to accelerate, let go to slow down!

There are a number of challenges, mini games and races on offer, all based around racing, flying, driving, and boating. The game also includes a team mode, allowing gamers to play together, collaboratively.

Buzz! Junior: Ace Racers features over 30 different circuits, 16 different vehicles and land, sea, and air races.

Cohort Studios also developed an earlier game in the Buzz! Junior series. Buzz! Junior: Dino Den was published by SCEE in February 2008 and reached number 3 in the UK PlayStation®2 charts, as well as winning positive reviews from consumers across all of the major online retailers.

Lol Scragg, CEO of Cohort Studios, said, “We're very pleased to have Buzz! Junior: Ace Racers, the latest Buzz! Junior game released. Our previous title in the series, Buzz! Junior: Dino Den, was very well received and generated a lot of positive feedback, from the media and games press, as well as from consumers themselves. We learned a great deal developing that title and used that experience to design something quite new for SCEE in Buzz! Junior: Ace Racers. It takes the essence of racing games and the feeling of toy cars and puts them into an interactive form which is again proving very popular with kids and adults alike.”

Buzz! Junior: Ace Racers is now available from all major high street and online retailers.

To find out more visit http://www.buzzjunior.com
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