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My Dream Job: Babysitter

Ours too!

- Viva Media has announced that their newest release, will roll into retail this week. In the first babysitting simulation available on PC, players will take care of adorable infants and toddlers while learning about time management, responsibility, and even personal finance. allows kids to take control of all aspects of their new "business" and have fun doing all kinds of activities with their charges.

Viva Media's CEO Carlo Voelker says of , "It's a unique game in that it lets children take on the role of caretaker and understand more about what it's like to be the 'adult' in charge. They are so used to being taken care of that it's an exciting experience for them to have that kind of control. The game's dynamic contributes to an important learning experience, but in a casual, fun way that kids really respond to."

My Dream Job: Babysitter also combines fun, addictive gameplay with real lessons about babysitting. Aspiring babysitters will visit the Education Center and learn important facts about childcare. Players are taught about caring for infants, toddlers, and beyond in simple, clear lessons that will carry over into the real world of babysitting!

- Create your own character!

- Choose your own hairstyle, clothes, makeup, and more

- Tons of cool activities

- Go shopping!

- Realistic 3D graphics and animations

Published by Viva Media, LLC

Developed by Tivola Publishing

Release Date: September 15, 2008

Recommended Retail Price: $19.99

Windows Vista/XP, 1.8 GHz processor, 512 MB RAM, Graphics card with 128 MB RAM, CD ROM Drive.

Viva Media LLC is a privately owned company in New York that is dedicated to publishing a wide array of interactive content of the highest standards. The company's collection of nearly 100 multimedia titles touts over 80 awards for excellence in publishing. Recent and upcoming releases include Crazy Machines 2, The Immortals of Terra, the Pet Vet 3D: Animal Hospital series, and renowned car racing simulation games such as GTR2, GT Legends, RACE 07, and GTR Evolution.

Ashley Collins

Press@viva-media.com

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