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Majesco Releases Our House Party! For Wii and Our House For Nintendo DS

September 22, 2009


Very First Home Improvement Games Offer Unique Game Play Experiences

Design your dream home on your Wii™ or Nintendo DS™! Majesco Entertainment Company, today announced that Our House: Party! for Wii™ and Our House for Nintendo DS™ are now available at retailers nationwide. In these creative games with a do-it-yourself approach, players strap on their tool belts and complete home improvement projects with one goal: to build a house that becomes the envy of the neighborhood.

In Our House: Party!, players use the Wii Remote™ and Nunchuk™ as the ultimate tools to build their own trophy house in a competitive four player party format. The game features over 175 do-it-yourself projects including Wallpaper Woes, Hammer Time, Demolition Derby, Green Thumb and many more. Whether it's painting, sawing or mowing, players will visit The Home Depot® to compete in the Cash Register Race - a mad rush through the store to collect all the power-up tools they need for a given project. Using WiiConnect24™, Our House: Party! lets players show off their personalized palace on a virtual street within The Neighborhood.

In Our House for Nintendo DS™, players begin as hired contractors, completing different time-based remodeling assignments in order to earn enough money to build their own home. Creativity and skill are required to complete each project to a given client's specific styles and tastes. The game features 100 different building mini-games including replacing floors, hanging cabinets, painting and brickwork. Players can earn bonuses by completing a job early or accurately, and then apply those earnings towards furnishing the property to ultimately sell for profit.

Our House: Party! is available on Wii™ for the SRP of $39.99, and Our House is available on Nintendo DS™ for the SRP of $19.99. Both games are rated E for Everyone. To watch the gameplay trailer and find out more, please visit

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