Majesco Ships Blast Works: Build, Trade, Destroy

June 10, 2008

MAJESCO ENTERTAINMENT SHIPS BLAST
WORKS: BUILD, TRADE, DESTROY

Side-Scrolling Shooter Featuring
User-Generated Content Now Available

Build, trade and destroy, as Majesco
Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: COOL), an innovative provider of video games for
the mass market, today shipped Blast Works: Build, Trade, Destroy for the
Nintendo Wii™. Developed by Budcat Creations, Blast Works is a side-scrolling 2D
shooter based on Kenta Cho’s popular online game Tumiki Fighters. Featuring
multiple game content editors and the innovative Blast Works Depot website where
gamers can post and trade custom content worldwide, Blast Works is now available
in retail outlets nationwide.

"Blast Works achieves a new standard
in user-created content by allowing players to customize every aspect of
gameplay, not just certain elements," said Gui Karyo, Executive Vice President
of Operations, Majesco. "Additionally, Blast Works Depot encourages gamers to
push the limits of creativity by allowing them to post, trade, and rate custom
content in a user-friendly, interactive medium."

Blast Works features classic 2D
side-scrolling shooter action with a "sticky" element that allows players to
absorb the pieces and attributes of enemy ships to provide extra shields and
guns to their own flying arsenal. In addition to 15 missions included in the
basic game, multiple Blast Works Editors allow players to construct their own
shapes, ships, levels, enemies and bullet patterns. Additionally, players can
assign sound FX, movement patterns, and more to their unique creations. Also,
for the first time ever on Wii, Blast Works lets gamers trade their unique
content directly with friends or share their content globally over
BlastWorksDepot.com via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection and WiiConnect24. This
website allows players to upload and download community-developed content with
other users anytime from anywhere for endless gameplay possibilities!

Blast Works features multiplayer
gameplay for up to four people and a retro graphic style that gives it wide
appeal for classic and brand new shooter fans alike. To top it off, players have
the ability to unlock four Kenta Cho games: rRootage, Gunroar, Torus Trooper and
Tumiki Fighters.

Blast Works: Build, Trade, Destroy
is rated E for Everyone, and is now available for a suggested retail price of
$39.99. For additional information, please visit
www.blastworksgame.com
For more information on Blast Works Depot, please visit
www.blastworksdepot.com.