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AGETEC RELEASES “COOKIE & CREAM”, A COOPERATIVE PUZZLE/PLATFORMER FOR NINTENDO DS™

Take Charge of Two Rabbits’ Quest to Find the Moon

Sunnyvale, California – June 29, 2007 – Today Agetec announced Cookie & Cream for Nintendo DS™ has shipped in North America. A unique cross between a puzzle and platformer game, Cookie & Cream is rated E for Everyone, and is available now for $29.99.

When the moon is no longer lighting the night sky, two rabbits – Cookie & Cream – are put in charge of discovering where the nighttime orb has gone to. Their investigation leads them to a mysterious trap-filled island. They’ll have to work together if they hope to rescue the errant lunar object in time for the Moon Festival.

Players of Cookie & Cream must navigate their way through the diverse worlds on the top screen while solving puzzles and disarming traps on the Touch Screen below. Played as either a single-player game where one person controls both characters, or as a cooperative game where one person maneuvers Cookie on the top screen while the other is in charge of Cream on the Touch Screen, Cookie & Cream is a unique combination of gaming genres that’s completely unlike anything else on Nintendo DS. Players can also take part in 9 fun minigames, or up to four players can play a minigame battle where the fastest to solve the most games wins.

“Cookie & Cream is a much-loved classic on the PlayStation 2,” said Mark Johnson, Vice President of Production and Marketing at Agetec, Inc. “The Nintendo DS version improves on the game by taking advantage of the Touch Screen technology. The result is a game that’s more fun than the original.”

About AGETEC, Inc.
Agetec, Inc., based in Sunnyvale, California, is a world-class publisher of award-winning software for the North American video game market. Agetec publishes many well-known brand titles for the Nintendo and Sony platforms, including: “PoPoLoCrois”, “WILD ARMS Alter Code: F”, “King’s Field,” “The Adventures of Cookie & Cream,” “Bass Landing,” “RPG Maker,” and the “Armored Core” game series.
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