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PRESENTS: Nintendo Wii™
Monkey Madness Wii
Product Overview

Monkey Madness Wii targets kids ages 6 to 8 years. The game allows you to build a strong relationship with a full family of funny monkeys. Thanks to the unique cross-breeding system, you will be able to create unique species by mixing the different breeds available in the game. Play with your monkeys, interact with them, teach them new tricks and watch them growing for hours of funky fun and monkey madness on the Wii!

Key Features

Hybrids – Cross-breed two different species of monkeys to create fantastical hybrids!

Share your pet with friends – You can upload your monkey to your Wii Remote and bring him over to a friend’s house to play with the monkeys on their Wii.

Tricks – Move the Wii Remote in patterns to teach your monkey to do acrobatic tricks

Explore the house – Four rooms are filled with dozens of toys and interactive objects for your monkey to play with, so make sure you investigate everywhere.

Gain a new friend – Treat your monkey well, and you’ll be rewarded with a loyal friend who’s always at your side.

Customization – Dress your monkey in a variety of cute humorous outfits.  Choose from a selection of styles to decorate your house as well.

Photography – Take pictures of your monkey during their cutest moments, and store them in your photo album.

Adopt a monkey – Choose a monkey from the adoption center, play with him until he feels safe with you, and then take him home.

Training – Use rewards and discipline to mold your monkey’s personality.  Your monkey can be meek, courageous, loyal, indifferent, and more… it’s up to you.

Growth – Take care of your monkey over three age ranges (baby, adolescent, young adult).

Nutrition – Your monkey needs consistently healthy food in order to thrive, so make sure you feed him with the best food available.

Create a family – Help your monkey bond with other monkeys, and over time you can breed them to create unique families that play together.



Product Specifications:
Publisher: UBISOFT
Developer: Y’sK
Ship Date: November 2008
Platform: Wii
Category: Pet Simulation Game
Rating: PEGI 3+

Ubisoft Entertainment. All Rights Reserved. Monkey Madness, Ubisoft, Ubi.com and the Ubisoft logo are trademarks of Ubisoft Entertainment in the US and/or other countries. Developed by Y’sK Productions.
City, COUNTRY — August 18, 2008 — Today Ubisoft announced the launch of Combat of Giants: Dinosaurs, a brand new IP designed for boys aged six to ten. Developed internally by Ubisoft’s Quebec studio, Combat of Giants: Dinosaurs brings all the mysteries, wilderness and variety of the world of dinosaurs to Nintendo DS™ and will be released worldwide in Fall 2008. Featuring some of the best-ever 3D graphics for Nintendo DS, the game makes full use of intuitive controls for an outstanding and immersive gaming experience.
A player’s objective in Combat of Giants: Dinosaurs is to fight and win against other dinosaurs using a unique and highly intuitive combat system based on dexterity and entirely controlled with the stylus. A multiplayer mode gives players the opportunity to fight against each other two ways: one-to-one Quickmatch or complete Tournament, with up to eight players!
In Combat of Giants: Dinosaurs, each player will have the opportunity to incarnate the dinosaur he prefers. Pick a favorite out of 26 different species, from the ravenous predator to the witty scavenger, and defend your territory in nine different maps, each with unique features and all-new threats. Customize your dinosaur using special eggs earned through victories in combat, earning new thorns, feathers and bones that will make yours the strongest dinosaur.

Key Features:
• Experience an intuitive combat system based on a player’s dexterity:
o Adapt the level of difficulty to your choices.
o Face a more difficult drawing to inflict more damage.
o Launch deadly ultimate moves.
o Feel the victory by throwing your opponent on destructible objects.
o Win the fight and collect special eggs, unlocking customizable features!
• Pick the dinosaur you prefer from 26 different species out of the 5 most popular families of dinosaurs: Ravenous predators, witty scavengers, horned territorials, mighty tanks and peaceful herbivores.
• Customize your dinosaur:
o Choose the color and pattern that you prefer.
o Use your earned special eggs to add thorns, feathers and bones so your dinosaur becomes stronger, faster or tougher.
• Challenge your friends. two multiplayer combat modes are available using Nintendo DS™ wireless capabilities:
o Quick Combat Mode: two players head-to-head.
o Tournament Mode: up to eight players.
• Find water and food to keep your dinosaur healthy and be sure to heal its wounds after each fight.
About Ubisoft
Ubisoft is a leading producer, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment products worldwide and has grown considerably through a strong and diversified line-up of products and partnerships. Ubisoft has teams in 28 countries and distributes games in more than 55 countries around the globe. It is committed to delivering high-quality, cutting-edge video game titles to consumers. For the 2007-08 fiscal year Ubisoft generated sales of 928 million euros. To learn more, please visit www.ubisoftgroup.com.
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