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Ubisoft picks up Six Flags game from Brash

Mini-game Wii title to see March 10 release for $19.99, offers free child theme park ticket with each copy

Ubisoft has acquired the publishing rights to Six Flags Fun Park from the now defunct publisher Brash Entertainment.

The publisher will partner with Six Flags, the US theme park company, to release the mini-game Wii title in North America on March 10.

"Ubisoft is excited to work with Six Flags on this fun new family game," said Tony Key, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Ubisoft. "With Six Flags Fun Park, consumers can now enjoy a Six Flags experience in the comfort of their own homes."

Six Flags Fun Park, which features 40 mini-games, will retail for USD 19.99 and for a limited time each game will include a free child's admission ticket, worth USD 29.99, to any Six Flags Theme Park.

The release of the Wii title was thrown into doubt when publisher Brash Entertainment announced its doors would close following the failure of significant investment to materialise.

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