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First-Ever Lifestyle Game for Both Boys and Girls Allows Kids to Have Fun, Stay Organized

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – November 19, 2008 – TOMY Corporation today announced that My DoItAll is currently in development exclusively for Nintendo DS™. The first-ever lifestyle game for both boys and girls, My DoItAll is an all-in-one title that gives players the ability to have fun and interact with friends through customization capabilities, mini-games and voice over and sound effect applications. Players can also stay organized and up-to-date with a calendar and reference tools.

My DoItAll provides gamers a unique way to socially interact with friends and have fun, while staying organized on their DS handheld system. Players start off by customizing their very own avatar with a personal look and style, followed by creating a privacy protected Friend Card that includes basic details such as contact information, likes/dislikes, and personal data. From there, My DoItAll becomes a treasure chest of applications for the player to explore. Taking full advantage of the Nintendo DS capabilities, the game also allows players to connect wirelessly with up to six friends to participate in questionnaires, plan social activities, and play mini-games. As an added bonus, My DoItAll features a voice changer that records with the microphone, as well as a sound effects machine comprised of over 25 sounds. To complete the all-in-one package, players can also manage their schedules, keep a journal, and utilize reference tools such as a calculator and world map in order to become the ultimate whiz-kid.

My DoItAll is rated “E” for Everyone and will be available on Nintendo DS in February 2009 for an MSRP of $29.99. For more information, please visit www.TOMY-USA.com/videogames.

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