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Hannah Montana Makes Video Game Debut

BURBANK, Calif. - (November 6, 2006) - Characters from "The Suite Life of Zack & Cody," "Hannah Montana," "American Dragon: Jake Long" and "That's So Raven" are available on Nintendo handheld video game systems this fall.

"Disney's Hannah Montana" (Nintendo DS TM ), "The Suite Life of Zack & Cody: Tipton Caper" (Game Boy ® Advance), "Disney's American Dragon: Jake Long, Attack of the Dark Dragon" (Nintendo DS) and "Disney's American Dragon: Jake Long: Rise of the Huntsclan" (Game Boy Advance) are now available. "That's So Raven: Psychic on the Scene" (Nintendo DS) will be available on November 7. Published by Buena Vista Games, the titles are priced at $29.99 and are rated from E for Everyone to E10+ for Everyone 10 and older.

"This fall, kids of all ages can experience the fun of following characters from their favorite Disney Channel shows through a series of great new video games," said Craig Relyea, vice president of marketing, Buena Vista Games. "Whether at home or traveling during the holidays, kids can enjoy these all-new adventures on the Nintendo handheld system of their choice."

"American Dragon: Jake Long, Attack of the Dark Dragon"

Based on the popular Disney Channel show, "American Dragon: Jake Long," and developed by WayForward, "American Dragon: Attack of the Dark Dragon" for the Nintendo DS lets players take control of Jake, who must punch and kick his way through an onslaught of villains to save girlfriend Rose from the Dark Dragon. "American Dragon: Attack of the Dark Dragon" boasts five distinct worlds with more than 20 levels. When Jake transforms into the America Dragon, players can release dragon fire, perform jump attacks, whip with a tail swipe and take flight in 3D with up to four friends in wireless mode.

"American Dragon: Jake Long, Rise of the Huntsclan"

In "American Dragon: Jake Long, Rise of the Huntsclan" for the Game Boy Advance, players must use kung-fu action and dragon fire to stop the evil Huntsman from destroying New York City. This fast-paced, action-adventure game from developer WayForward has more than 20 levels with battles at every turn. The game also features a flying wireless mode for up to four players.

"Disney's Hannah Montana"

Thirteen-year-old Miley Stewart lives a double life as girl-next-door and pop sensation in the Disney Channel original show, "Hannah Montana." In "Disney's Hannah Montana" for the Nintendo DS, developed by DC Studios, someone is threatening to reveal Miley's secret and it's up to the player to determine who it is. Playing as Miley, gamers must use spy skills and gadgetry to investigate their school, the boardwalk, stadium and beach to uncover hidden clues and solve the mystery. Players can interact with their favorite characters from the show using a branching dialogue system while exploring familiar "Hannah Montana" environments, and meet hilarious new characters along the way. Mini-games include a wireless two-player skateboard, rollerblade and scooter challenge and a mode that enables players to share clothes in Miley's secret wardrobe with others via wireless connection.

"The Suite Life of Zack & Cody: Tipton Caper"

The "Suite Life of Zack & Cody: Tipton Caper" for the Game Boy Advance takes players on a daring adventure with the 12-year-old twins at the Tipton Hotel. The boys are on a missioncrawling, climbing, jumping, racing and wearing disguises to conquer enemy forces, when they discover a plot to steal the crown from a Teen Beauty Pageant being held at the hotel. Players control the twins independently or team up in fun-filled missions to ensure the thief is stopped and the night is a success, all while trying not to get caught.

"That's So Raven: Psychic on the Scene"

Developed by Handheld Games, "That's So Raven: Psychic on the Scene" challenges players to solve a hare-brained mystery brought on by one of Raven's psychic visions. Taking the role of Raven or one of her friends, Chelsea or Eddie, players must gather clues to solve the mystery, fix fashion mishaps, save friends and progress through an array of fun puzzle challenges - all in 3D and for the first time ever on the Nintendo DS. Players can mix and match more than 40 different outfits, hairstyles and disguises, create custom clothing styles that can be shared over the wireless connection, sew new garments, and take the driver's seat in several exciting mini-games.

About Buena Vista Games

Buena Vista Games, Inc. (BVG) is the interactive entertainment affiliate of The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS). BVG publishes, markets and distributes a broad portfolio of multi-platform video games and interactive entertainment worldwide. The company also licenses properties and works directly with third-party interactive game publishers to bring products for all ages to market. For more information, please log on to

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