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Hamburg/Germany, February 27th, 2009 – School is fun – and even more so with a lunch box, hopscotch and the small games everybody knows: Battleship, Dots-and-Boxes and more school time favourites will be available in Crazy School Games for Nintendo DS™. Thereby, dtp entertainment unites ten popular classroom games in one minigame collection. The game will be published worldwide in June.

Crazy School Games features logical puzzles like Sudoku or Code Breaker as well as dice games. In Crazy Golf, the player taps his ball through a colourful track made of crayons, rulers and glue tubes. Thanks to the portable Nintendo DS, Crazy School Games is ideal mobile entertainment for the back seat or on the school bus.

Like all classic school games, Crazy School Games plays best with family and friends. This is the reason why Crazy School Games features two multiplayer-modes: Up to four players of any age can play on one console in hotseat-mode. The Nintendo DS can be passed around from friend to friend as they each take their turn playing.

Up to four players can join in the fun via Nintendo DS Wireless Play in the same room. Challenge one another to a game of dice or compete for the championships in golf.

The singleplayer-mode is about winning as many points as possible against the computer. A sophisticated ranking system in Crazy School Games guarantees the long lasting motivation to improve more and more. There are ten titles to be won in every minigame, depending on the highscore.

Crazy School Games can be controlled both with Nintendo DS stylus or with buttons.

The game is developed by Hanover/Germany-based developer Cranberry Production.

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