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Quickspot Goes Gold for the DS

March 5, 2007 



NAMCO BANDAI’s Brain Teaser hits North America this March


NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. today announced that its new brain teaser game, QuickSpot™, has gone gold for the Nintendo DS™ and will be available in stores throughout North America beginning March 13, 2007.  Featuring six addicting and fun-to-play modes, QuickSpot challenges players to spot the differences between two seemingly identical pictures with creative use of the Nintendo DS™ touch screen and microphone. 


“With simple gameplay at a frantic pace, Quickspot offers players an addictive experience that will appeal to all ages.” said Makoto Iwai, Executive Vice President and COO at NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc.  “Whether you play individually or as part of a group, QuickSpot will test recognition and concentration skills to the extreme.”

QuickSpot contains three challenging single player modes, the main mode being Rapid Play, which has five levels each containing 10 stages and a boss challenge at the end of each level.  The player will be awarded medals for points they achieve based on their “Brain Activity”.  Brain Activity is based on Intuition, Concentration, Recognition, Stability, and Judgment.  The higher the score in each area the more points earned by the player. 

Other exciting single player modes include Focus play, which contains 140 unique pictures with 10 differences for the player to spot, and Today’s Fortune, which gives the player their Health, Study, Romance, and Money fortune for the day.

QuickSpot also includes three multiplayer modes including Time Bomb, which requires up to eight players to pass one Nintendo DS™ back and forth between turns, Scramble Mode, and Download Play in which players can compete against each other on multiple Nintendo DS™ systems.

QuickSpot is rated “E10+” for Everyone 10 and over by the ESRB and has a suggested retail price of $19.99.


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