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December 1, 2008

Don’t be scared, be prepared! Test your survival skills with the Worst-Case Scenario mobile game

Namco Networks brings the popular book franchise to mobile phones with fast-paced trivia game

Namco Networks, a leading publisher and developer of mobile games and entertainment for mass-market casual gamers, today announced the availability of Worst-Case Scenario, an entertaining and informative trivia game for mobile phones based on the popular handbook series.

Consumers can test their survival skills and prepare themselves for the worst-case scenario while on the go with this new mobile game. Worst-Case Scenario by Namco features rapid-fire trivia questions covering 11 different categories from the best-selling books, including dating, outdoor survival and politics. Players can test their skills with questions ranging from surviving the direst of dating disasters to avoiding an angry alligator attack in Single Player mode, or compete against their friends in the Hot-Seat Mode.

“The Worst-Case Scenario brand is very recognizable and has undeniable mass-market consumer appeal,” said Scott Rubin, senior vice president of sales and marketing, Namco Networks. “Worst-Case Scenario’s humor and entertainment value lends itself perfectly for a funny and enjoyable mobile game that consumers of all ages and walks of life can appreciate.”

The game gives players access to more than 1,000 trivia questions, providing hour-upon-hour of unique game play. Additionally, Namco Network utilizes the networked nature of the cell phone to provide updated question packs, continually refreshing content and challenging consumers with new survival trivia.

"This is a trivia game, at its core—but it just may save your life. Worst-Case Scenario on mobile gives everyone an entertaining, informative way to test their survival IQ," said David Borgenicht, creator of the hit series. " We're thrilled to be bringing the Worst-Case Scenario brand to mobile devices. We only work with the best, and to be working with Namco, which is recognized for creating the highest-quality and most-enjoyable mobile games out there, is quite a coup."

Worst-Case Scenario is available today on select national carriers. For more information, please visit,

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