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Just SING!

DS's first karaoke game arrives in the shops today.

London, United Kingdom – 10th December 2010 – PQube is delighted to announce that Just SING!, the first karaoke game to be released on the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi, has launched today, and will be available from major retailers at a RRP of £29.99.

In Just SING! players take their first steps towards musical stardom in the single player career mode story. Players start with nothing and must improve their performances in order to progress from playing small town bars through medium clubs to, ultimately, performing on some of the biggest stages in the world. Choose from a range of original tracks from chart topping artists including Lady Gaga, Nelly Furtado, Timbaland featuring OneRepublic and many more.

Rob Noble, PR and Marketing Manager for PQube, comments: “ Just SING! is the first ever karaoke game on the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi and today’s release means we have filled a big gap in the market in terms of there being a portable, ‘take anywhere’ singing experience.” He continues, “With the public mood riding high as certain singing competitions near their climax, there’s no better way to perfect your own singing technique than with Just SING!

Just SING! has the following features:

• The first karaoke game on the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi

• Choose from a great range of 18 songs from 13 different artists

• Players can see their performance evaluated whilst singing, record themselves and have it streamed live on the screen behind their in-game avatar (Nintendo DSi only)

• A special acoustic filter enables high quality karaoke experiences on the Nintendo DS or Nintendo   DSi

• Multiplayer modes allow head to head sing offs between players

• Ultimate fast moving party fun with Hotseat where up to four players take it in turn to sing part of the same song with everyone’s scores recorded.

Just SING! is available at all major retailers from today, with an RRP of £29.99.

For further information, competitions or product demonstrations please contact:

Rob Noble for PQube

+44 (0)146 247 8900

Tom Reynolds for Peppermint P

+44 (0)207 240 2645

About PQube

PQube provides a complete range of services including PR, marketing and games publishing. With an established team of industry professionals based in the UK and Germany, PQube Ltd publishes and distributes a range of its own and third party products across all games platforms and price points.  More information can be found on PQube’s website

About Engine Software

Engine Software B.V., based in Doetinchem, The Netherlands, is one of the most experienced independent game development studios specializing in handheld games. Founded in 1995, Engine prides itself in being the oldest active game developer in the Netherlands. Engine Software is currently involved in game development for Nintendo DSTM, PSPTM, WiiTM and WiiWareTM, and is currently seen as one of the leading developers for handheld platforms.

About dtp young entertainment

dtp young entertainment GmbH & Co. KG was founded in December 2004. The Hamburg based company publishes trendy child, youth and family themed titles for console, mobile and PC platforms. At the heart of the dtp young portfolio are strong international licenses such as, ‘Emily the Strange™’ and ‘America’s Next Top Model™’. Standalone titles like ‘Just SING!’, the world’s first ever karaoke game for the Nintendo DSi™ and ‘Dance! It’s your Stage’ featuring Detlef D! Soost also belong to its core business. In addition the games from the nationally and internationally marketed key series labels, ‘Horse & Foal, ‘ANIKIDS’, ‘Classics To Go’, ‘J4G – JUST FOR GIRLS’ and ‘GripsKids’ form an important component of the publisher’s offer.

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