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Junior Brain Trainer and Junior Classic Games Ship to Retail Stores

November 25, 2009

Junior Brain Trainer and Junior Classic Games Ship to Retail Stores

Top-selling Nintendo DS™ titles now available for North American kids to enjoy

Maximum Family Games, a leading developer of quality software for families and children, and Virtual Play Games, a global console and PC video game publisher today announced that Junior Brain Trainer and Junior Classic Games, both for Nintendo DS™, have shipped to retail outlets throughout North America.

"Brain training games have been enormously popular on DS," said Len Ciciretto, co-founder of Maximum Family Games. "But none of the current brain training-style games are aimed at kids and tweens - the primary users of the DS. Junior Brain Trainer has been developed specifically for children. Junior Classic Games continues to build skills while keeping kids entertained."

Released eleven months ago in the UK, Junior Brain Trainer has remained one of the top ten bestselling titles for Nintendo DS. The second title in the Junior series, Junior Classic Games, has remained strong as well in its eight weeks on the shelves.

Junior Brain Trainer contains over 100 mind-boggling puzzles, games and activities designed to improve memory, spelling, reading, logic and problem-solving skills. Kids complete five activities each day to unlock new games, stories, quizzes and puzzles. With adjustable difficulty levels for ages 5 through 11, Junior Brain Trainer helps support kids' classroom studies and build confidence.

With timeless favorites, including Memory, Wordsearch, Spot the Difference, and Hangman, Junior Classic Games challenges kids' logic, memory, and problem-solving skills while providing hours of entertainment. The 30 games and puzzles are set in an engaging safari theme with adjustable difficulty levels for ages 4 through 9. A medal reward system keeps players continuously challenged and motivated.

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