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Digital Jesters launch the Crazy Frog Racer online community

Welwyn Garden City, Herts UK- Digital Jesters has today announced the launch of the Crazy Frog Racer website in preparation for the game's much anticipated Europe-wide release this November.

The website, which can be found at www.CrazyFrogGame.com, will be the meeting place for fans of The Annoying Thing who are keen to find out more about their favourite character's move from phone screen to PC and PS2. Already online are in-game screenshots featuring The Annoying Thing and his new friends plus up to date game information and character artwork. A host of downloadable content is also available on the site including wallpapers for your PC and mobile phone.

Crazy Frog Racer is a high-speed, high-octane Wacky Races style game that will appeal to all fans, young and old. Players can either choose to play as The Annoying Thing and D'Ding Ding their way to victory or take on the role of one of eight other unique playable characters and beat that Annoying Thing at his own game. There are 12 different tracks to work through including cityscapes and underground mazes plus the option to play single-player or take on your mates in multi-player mayhem.

The new website will form the central hub for the Crazy Frog Racer online community. The forums, will provide fans with up to date news and a place to discuss tactics, strategy and all things Annoying in the run up to launch and beyond.

Crazy frog Racer will hit the shelves in Europe late November 2005 for PC-CD-ROM and PS2. The PS2 version will be priced at £/19.99, and the PC version at £/14.99. The rest of the world will follow in Quarter 1 2006.

For more information please visit the Digital Jesters dedicated press centre at www.DJMediaCentre.com.

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