Graffiti Entertainment Introduces its Family Focused Lineup For 2009
GRAFFITI ENTERTAINMENT INTRODUCES ITS FAMILY FOCUSED LINEUP FOR 2009
Signature Devices, Inc. announced today that its subsidiary, Graffiti Entertainment, Inc., has revealed its new lineup of family friendly titles due to be released in 2009. The upcoming titles include Jakers! Let’s Explore, an all new interactive adventure video game for PC and Wii™ and Moomin: The Mysterious Howling, an intriguing exploration game that takes players on a fascinating adventure for PC and Nintendo DS™.
"Family entertainment is increasingly one of the more popular segments of the interactive entertainment industry,” says Kenneth Hurley, CEO of Signature Devices, Inc. and Graffiti Entertainment, Inc. “With the introduction of more family focused content, parents are progressively becoming more involved with the entertainment consumed by their family. They even are starting to consider video games as an educational tool in which to interact with children, and our family focused lineup fits right in line with this market shift.”
Graffiti Entertainment’s 2009 family focused lineup includes the following games:
Jakers! Let’s Explore (Wii / PC) - Inspired by the PBS Emmy award-winning animated children's TV series, the Jakers! video game is told as a flashback of the main character, Piggley Winks, as he tells childhood stories to his grandchildren of growing up in rural Ireland. Each storyline presents simple educational points such as sharing and working together while still being funny, entertaining and clever.
Moomin: The Mysterious Howling (DS / PC) - Moomin takes players into a world of adventure, mini-games and exploration where a loud and mysterious howling has been bothering the residents of Moominvalley for some time. Players must help Moomin find the source of the howling and put a stop to it so the town will be at peace once again. Based on the popular Moomin cartoons created by Tove Jansson, Moomin: The Mysterious Howling includes all the most popular characters - Moomin, Snork, Snufkin, Little My, Hemulen - and a recreation of Moominvalley.
Jakers! Let's Explore and Moomin: The Mysterious Howling are currently Rating Pending, but are expected to be rated E for everyone by the ESRB.