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Hamburg/Germany, January 21st, 2009 – Crazy Circus brings a colourful and charmingly whacky circus to Nintendo DS™. Hamburg/Germany based publisher dtp entertainment will publish the arcade game worldwide in Q2 2009.

In 14 action-driven mini games, the player performs extraordinary circus acts. Oleg, the motorbike-riding bear, jumps over dozens of cars, a parrot swings on the trapeze, and clowns throw cakes at each other across the circus ring.

The player inherits the family’s once famous circus because his father is sick and no longer able to run the business. Now it is up to the young director to lead the troupe and restore the circus to its former glory. He keeps improving the show and quickly, the circus regains its excellent reputation. New performers push into the ring, the public clapping frantically to ever new sensations. The stunning performances attract the crowds in a way that finally, the circus arrives in the world’s most glamorous cities.

Crazy Circus targets the whole family and all those longing for quick and fun gameplay. The party mode allows four players to perform the hilarious stunts together on one Nintendo DS via hotseat.

The arcade mode of Crazy Circus is all about chasing highscores. Users can select the minigames separately for quick play.

Crazy Circus‘ cartoony artstyle brings the grand days of circus at the beginning of the 20th century back to life. The game can be controlled entirely using the Nintendo DS stylus.

Crazy Circus is developed by Farmind Ltd. The studio is headquartered in Oulu/Finland and specializes in creating games for handheld consoles.
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