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'Disney Princess: Magical Jewels' (NDS/PS2/PC) - 30 New Screens

by Rainier on July 2, 2007 @ 9:06 a.m. PDT

Disney Princess: Magical Jewels invites girls to play as their favorite Disney Princesses in an enchanted adventure. Girls explore the game at their own pace and skill level to recover the Magical Jewels and restore the magical power of a kingdom.

“Based on a brand that girls and parents already know and trust, the Disney Princess video games are designed with young girls in mind through accessible, challenging and fun game play,” said Jessica Oifer, senior brand manager for Disney Interactive Studios. “We know that Disney Princess could be a young girl’s first entry into videogames. We embrace the simplicity required by this age group while providing a challenging and rewarding experience set in beautiful Princess worlds. Not only are the games fun, they also introduce players to the positive attributes that make a true princess: courage, friendship, trust and the joy of discovery.”

Disney Princess: Magical Jewels invites girls to play as their favorite Disney Princesses in an enchanted adventure. Girls explore the game at their own pace and skill level to recover the Magical Jewels and restore the magical power of a kingdom. In a magic-filled romp through locations familiar to young girls, players experience the excitement of interacting with the environments through the Nintendo DS touch screen to solve puzzles and tasks that help each Princess on her adventure. A tiered design provides an accessible play experience for the younger player, yet also provides layers of challenges for older players. Multiplayer modes allow the player to have a friend join the fun.

Scheduled for a fall release is Disney Princess: Magical Jewels for NDS, being developed by 1st Playable Productions, at an anticipated MSRP of $29.99.

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