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Study for your Driving Exam on the DS

by Les Thomas - April 30, 2008, 11:48 pm EDT
Total comments: 2 Source: Press Release

The educational game will allow players from all over the world to study the written test administered in their locale.

DreamCatcher Games and JoWood Productions have announced development of Drivers Ed Portable. The game gives players a chance to study for their written exam. The tests will be customized to the country, state, or province where the test will be taken.

The game will feature two modes: Test and Train. The Test Mode will deliver sample tests and chart your progress. Train mode will include three mini-games aimed at teaching new drivers safety.

JoWooD/DreamCatcher Announce Drivers Ed Portable

Contains practice tests for USA, Canada, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, UK

April 30th, 2008 (Toronto, CANADA): DreamCatcher Games and JoWooD Productions, leading worldwide publishers and distributors of interactive entertainment software, today announced the development of Drivers Ed Portable for the Nintendo DS™ system. The game will allow teens worldwide to prepare for the written portion of their driver’s license examination, customized to the country, state or province in which they live.

"Nintendo DS is proving to be an exceptional platform for delivering all types of content, not just traditional games," says Brian Gladman, Global Product Marketing Manager at DreamCatcher. "Everyone needs to study for their driving test, and we’re confident lots of teens will enjoy having a fun way to study the material on a platform they are comfortable with."

Drivers Ed Portable will feature two modes: Test and Train. Test mode will include sample tests for the written part of the driver’s license examination for all 50 US states, 13 Canadian provinces and territories, as well as Spain, Italy, France, Germany and the United Kingdom. User progress will be tacked, so the player will know where they need to improve their study in order to be successful in their actual test. Train mode will include three fun and educational mini-games targeted to new drivers.

Drivers Ed Portable will be available for Fall 2008.


KDR_11kMay 01, 2008

I've seen that crap for the PS2 already...

blackfootstepsMay 02, 2008

Or you could just go on your jurisdiction's Motor Vehicles Registry website and do practice tests for free.

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