Majesco Announces First Fully 3D Search And Find For Nintendo DS

Posted: Oct 10 2008, 10:49am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:58am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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Majesco Entertainment has announced a new Nintendo DS game called Hot 'n' Cold. According to Majesco the game is the first fully 3D title for the Nintendo DS console. The game sends players on missions to find missing items for people around town.

The game uses a hot 'n' cold meter to tell players when they are getting closer to the lost object. Players hold the Nintendo DS like a book for play and levels are set indoors and out. Using the stylus players lift and throw items out of the way.

Three online play modes are featured in the game, with one mode allowing gamers to create their own levels. Basically, the game is a computerized version of the you're getting warmer game we all played as kids. Ship date for the game is early 2009.

Via Majesco

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