Brash Entertainment Admits Gamers Of All Ages To Fun Park Videogame

June 13, 2008


Brash Entertainment announced today
the development of Fun Park, a videogame based on the world’s largest regional
theme park company, North America’s Six Flags Inc., to bring the thrills and
chills of a theme park to family living rooms worldwide. Featuring uniquely
themed areas and mini-games based on a visit to a theme park, this new videogame
ensures that summer fun continues all year round.

Calling gamers of all ages – Fun
Park, welcomes the whole family into a virtual theme park filled with everyone’s
favourite games, all re-imagined within a colossal park environment that is sure
to keep gamers challenged. Upon entering the game, players are tasked with
quests that encourage them to explore the park’s universe. After creating a
unique custom character, Fun Park patrons can test their skills, win prizes, and
play against friends and family with 40 mini-games.

“Everyone has memories of visiting
theme parks with their families, and having a great time with games like the
Ring Toss and Bumper Cars,” said Mitch Davis, co-founder, chairman and CEO of
Brash Entertainment. “With Fun Park, we are re-imagining these time-honoured
tests of luck and skill while taking advantage of today’s most popular gaming
systems to create a great family fun experience.”

The creation of Fun Park
demonstrates the way that Brash Entertainment continues to redefine licensed
games for the gaming and entertainment industry. “Brash has already announced
partnerships with leading film companies such as Lionsgate Films, Twentieth
Century Fox, Universal Studios, Vanguard Animation, and Warner Bros," explained
Davis. "Six Flags is the world’s largest regional theme park company; by teaming
up with them, we continue to prove our strength in collaborating with the top
brands in entertainment and bring the gaming experience to new fans worldwide.”

Fun Park will be available for the
Wii™, the Playstation 2™ and Nintendo DS™ videogame systems from Nintendo. This
game has not yet been rated and will be available at retailers in Winter 2008.