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Milton Keynes – 505 Games is today pleased to announce that Hello Baby!, the next hit-title in its ever-growing catalogue of fantastic family games, is due on Nintendo DS™ in November.

Developed by Sonic Powered, Hello Baby! gives you the opportunity to be a babysitter who must look after a seven-month-old bouncing baby until it’s one-year-old. From morning until evening, you must care for the charming youngster by feeding it, playing entertaining games and even changing nappies.

Caring for your new baby friend couldn’t be easier thanks to a range of different mini-games themed around typical babysitting activities. So, whether you’re making sheep jump over a fence to send the tot to sleep or ensuring the milk bottle is the perfect temperature, you’re guaranteed hours of brilliant baby fun.

What’s more, by successfully completing the various child challenges you can unlock a range of new outfits for your baby, including clothes, hats and accessories. In fact, there are 10,000 potential combinations of items to wear.

Hello Baby! is available exclusively for Nintendo DS on November 7th.

• Highly-detailed 3D graphics
• Full support of the touch screen and microphone
• Up to 10,000 combinations of clothes and accessories
• Pick-up-and-play gameplay that’s easy to learn
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