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UBISOFT TO PUBLISH DOGZ VIDEO GAME EXCLUSIVELY FOR NINTENDO GAME BOY ADVANCE IN NOVEMBER
First Puppy Simulation Game Available for Game Boy Advance Owners
SAN FRANCISCO - October 10, 2005 - Today Ubisoft, one of the world's largest
video game publishers, announced that it has signed an exclusive licensing
agreement with MTO Co., Ltd. to distribute Dogz, the first puppy simulation
game to be available exclusively for Nintendo's Game Boy Advance. Ubisoft
will distribute Dogz worldwide, with the exception of Japan, in November of
Dogz is a pet simulation game that lets owners name, train and play with a
realistic puppy. Players create and control a main character and choose one
of 49 different dogs from 18 different breeds. As characters in the game,
owners can take their puppies everywhere within the virtual environment,
from through the house to around the neighborhood to visit friends.
Gamers will earn their puppy's love and loyalty by remembering to feed and
groom it and reward it when it does things correctly. Owners can train the
puppy to lie down, shake, fetch and perform many other tricks.
"Ubisoft is pleased to bring such a unique puppy simulation game to the
millions of Game Boy Advance owners around the world," said Tony Kee, vice
president of marketing at Ubisoft. "We are confident that players will enjoy
caring for and watching their puppies grow, and we have a significant
television campaign in place to get the word out about this extremely fun
and rewarding game."
with a cuddly new companion.
their puppy off to a friend's house.
data are saved through an included backup feature. When players go to Always
Together Mode, they will be able to load one of their previous puppies' data
and play with it anytime.
Dogz carries an ESRB rating of "E" (everyone). For more information and
updates about Dogz, please visit www.ubi.com.