"As the installed base of the Game Boy Advance has grown well beyond 20 million here in the U.S., so has the demand for quality software products that appeal to its diverse audience of gamers," said Jesse Sutton, Chief Executive Officer, Majesco. "Our latest offerings target the mass market with a variety of new game play options, all at a cost-friendly price point."
Texas Hold 'Em Poker
In Texas Hold 'Em Poker, it's "all in" for players as they compete in single player or multiplayer action against up to 10 computer players. Via link cable, players can also challenge four friends in the most challenging poker game on the Game Boy Advance. The password save feature allows players to save their bankroll for future games.
Monster Trucks takes all the action and excitement of Monster Truck events and brings them to the Game Boy Advance. Players build their ride in the scrap yard then work their way up to arena competitions in a quest to become the best on the circuit. They must face five different Monster Truck opponents determined to knock them out of the league and can earn money to add new upgrades to their truck and Monster Truck Team.
F-18 Super Hornet
In F-18 Super Hornet, players will take to the sky for more than 19 different land and sea missions in real Iraqi cities, to defend the coalition and defeat the insurgent forces with an array of high-powered weaponry.
Additional information about Majesco's entire lineup of exciting products can be found online at http://www.majescogames.com.