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'Disney's Little Einsteins' for GBA Rockets to Stores - BusinessWire, 9/22/06

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  • 'Disney's Little Einsteins' for GBA Rockets to Stores - BusinessWire, 9/22/06

    BusinessWire, 9/22/06
    'Disney's Little Einsteins' Rockets to Stores; Video Game Based on Hit Television Series Now Available for Preschoolers and Parents on Game Boy Advance

    BURBANK, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 22, 2006--Buena Vista Games, Inc. (BVG), the interactive entertainment affiliate of The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS), today announced the availability of "Disney's Little Einsteins" for the Game Boy(R) Advance. Based on the hit Playhouse Disney television series on the Disney Channel, "Disney's Little Einsteins" is a game that lets kids and parents embark on new adventures with their favorite characters from the show. Developed by InLight Entertainment, Inc., "Disney's Little Einsteins" is rated E for Everyone by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) and is available for $19.99.

    "'Disney's Little Einsteins' is not only an entertaining experience, it's also a great way for parents and preschoolers to play together," said Craig Relyea, vice president of marketing, Buena Vista Games. "Children will enjoy hopping aboard Rocket with their friends from the show, and parents can trust 'Disney's Little Einsteins' to provide an enriching, high-quality game experience."

    "Disney's Little Einsteins" features six different modes of gameplay, including matching pieces of music, dancing over flower buds, steering Rocket to avoid obstacles, and bringing classic art to life. Each mission begins by introducing a famous piece of art, and then transports the children (via Rocket) to different environments where they must gather instruments, which they use to play segments of well-known classical music.
    Full Story: 'Disney's Little Einsteins' Rockets to Stores; Video Game Based on Hit Television Series Now Available for Preschoolers and Parents on Game Boy Advance
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