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EA's Operation Mania Gets A Heartbeat At Retail

October 28, 2008

EA’S OPERATION MANIA GETS A HEARTBEAT AT RETAIL

Now Available Both at Retail and Online for Download at Pogo.com

No need to sit in the waiting room any longer. OPERATION™ MANIA, the PC game from EA’s Pogo.com™ and Hasbro has been given a clean bill of health and is released into players’ care at retail. In the game, players race against the clock to send a variety of patients including well-known and beloved Cavity Sam through a series of treatment stations. Perform surgery and become an expert surgeon by completing mini-games reminiscent of the board game. Be quick and effective with treatment before the patient’s nose starts flashing and time is up! OPERATION MANIA is available at select retailers in North America and has a MSRP of $19.99. The game is also available for download online at www.operationmania.com  in North America ($19.95) and the U.K. (11.95).

Key features of OPERATION MANIA include:

  • Hospital management: Diagnose and treat both standard and emergency patients, and run them through a gauntlet of medical procedures including admissions, x-ray and, of course, operations!

  • Unique hospital settings: Advance through 35 levels and five hospitals in different regions on a wacky continent.

  • Two game modes: Rise through the ranks in Story Mode or go for a challenge in Marathon Mode to care for patients as long as possible and experiment with over 100 upgrade combinations.

  • Mini-games: Show surgical finesse by completing mini games with a steady hand. The bite sized challenges are reminiscent of the board game that people have come to know and love.

  • Upgrade the hospital: Spend money earned curing patients to buy upgrades for the hospital, including better equipment, faster service and additional staff.

  • Multiplayer: Alleviate overcrowded waiting rooms by referring patients to friends and family online.

For more information, visit www.operationmania.com

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