We’ve already been provided with a list of what titles we can expect developers to show off at E3 in terms of their Nintendo offerings, but now a little more detail on each is starting to emerge, with Majesco summarising their line-up for the event in more elaborate terms.
The firm’s Nintendo Wii showcasing will arrive in the form of Blast Works: Build, Fuse & Destroy and Furu Furu Park. The former, developed by Budcat Creations and based on the popular Tumiki Fighters online game, is a side-scrolling shooter that allows players to build their own game by creating custom levels. The latter, announced not to long ago is a collection of 30 stylised arcade games that promise to make imaginative use of the Wii Remote’s motion sensing capabilities. Some of the games on offer include Bubble Bobble, Super Karate and Safe Cracker.
On the portable side of things, Majesco also have a strong Nintendo DS representation, including the following titles:
Nancy Drew™ and the Deadly Secret of Olde World Park: The world’s most recognizable teen sleuth makes her handheld debut in this interactive mystery from Gorilla Games.
Zoo Hospital: Step into the role of veterinary intern at a world-famous zoo and help diagnose and treat a wide variety of exotic animals from adorable chimps to deadly komodo dragons.
Holly Hobbie™ & Friends: Featuring the girl with heart, Holly Hobbie, and her best friends Carrie and Amy, Holly Hobbie™ & Friends lets players enjoy themed mini-games that include: cooking, biking, dancing, designing posters, dressing up and more.
Turn It Around: Players must master the Touch Screen turn wheel in 24 arcade-style games including Elevator Action and Packed Train.
Operation: Vietnam: Developed by Coyote Console, Operation: Vietnam drops players into the war-torn jungles of Vietnam as they try to escape enemy territory with their squad of four soldiers.
The Wild West: This action shooter incorporates both 2D and 3D levels in Touch Screen shoot outs on the untamed frontier.
“With video games a premier source of entertainment for an increasingly diversified audience, our fall lineup is designed to be extremely accessible to the mainstream consumer,” said Ken Gold, vice president of Marketing, Majesco. “From popular licenses to our own IP, Majesco will continue to identify opportunities that offer exceptional content and value.”
We’ll bring you more as we get it.