DS version of Mastiff's buck-bagger launches in the States.
San Francisco, Calif., September 23, 2010- Leading video game publisher Mastiff announced today that they have shipped a version of the hit Wii™ title, Deer Drive for the Nintendo DS™ to game retailers across North America. Deer Drive is available for a suggested price of only $19.99.
A fast-paced hunting simulation featuring hours of pure shooting fun for one or two players, Deer Drive is based on the popular title for the Wii that has sold over 400,000 copies in North America.
"Hunting games have been extremely popular on a number of different game machines, but no one had figured out how to capture that excitement for the Nintendo DS....until now." said Bill Swartz, Head Woof and CEO at Mastiff. "We've come up with a system that literally puts the thrill of hunting into the palm of your hand."
Deer Drive Features:
· First and only hunting product for the Nintendo DS.
· One or two player action.
· Full 3D graphics
· 30+ levels, 5 different environments, and 20+ animals including deer, moose, bear, duck, rabbits, squirrels and more.
· 125 power-ups and upgrades including weapon scopes, calls, ammunition and extended clips.
· User selectable language: English, French or Spanish.
For Deer Drive DS assets including screen shots, logos, fact sheets and a brand new Deer Drive game trailer please visit the Michael Meyers Public Relations press center:
www.mmpr.com/MMPRFTP Deer Drive DS assets are in the "Mastiff" folder.
Mastiff is a leading publisher of outdoor action and licensed products for Wii, PlayStation 3, PC and all mobile platforms including Nintendo DS, iPhone, iPad, RIM, and Android. Mastiff has offices in Tokyo, San Francisco and Orlando, Florida. Titles from Mastiff include outdoor hits such as Deer Drive, Remington Great American Bird Hunt, and Shimano Xtreme Fishing for the Wii as well as the award winning Moon for Nintendo DS and critically acclaimed Gurumin for PSP. For more information please visit www.mastiff-games.com.
Mastiff Press Contact:
Michael Meyers Public Relations