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'Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction' Revs Onto The GBA

by Rainier on March 26, 2002 @ 7:44 p.m. PST

Ubi Soft, one of the world's largest video game publishers, announces Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction has shipped for Nintendo GameBoy Advance. The game will be available in retail stores nationwide for $39.99 MSRP.
"Monster Jam is one of the most recognizable brands with millions of fans throughout the US and worldwide," said David Depaulis, brand manager, Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction. "Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction's translates the Monster Jam experience with realistically rendered trucks and action packed gameplay so fans can take the experience home with them."

Start Your Engines!
Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction seamlessly blends addictive and entertaining elements of vehicle combat games with the powerful feel of Monster Trucks. The attention to detail enhances the illusion of raw power, as players crash through fences and over cars, driving and destroying vehicles of awesome power. The game lets players drive the most popular Monster Trucks including Gravedigger®, Wolverine(tm) and many more!

  • Explore six different arenas, all with hidden extra sub-arenas
  • Play through two exciting modes of play:
  • Championship Season - persistent progress over several matches
  • Arcade - one-off battle against computer-controlled trucks for immediate action
  • Upgrade trucks by purchasing a more powerful engine, better tires and other parts for the ultimate Monster Truck

About UDS:
UDS, Unique Development Studios AB, was founded in 1997 and is today one of Scandinavia's leading developers of computer, video and console games. UDS has approx. 110 employees at its offices in Norrkoping, Stockholm, Gothenburg and in Britain. UDS is owned by its founders and employees, and by Slottsbacken Venture Capital, Nordico Invest, Banc of America, The FKF Pension Fund, Metropolis Technology Investments (MTI) and other institutional investors.

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