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Midway Releases Master-ful Games On DS

by Neal Ronaghan - October 23, 2008, 1:08 pm PDT
Total comments: 1 Source: Press Release

TouchMaster 2 includes a version of Midway’s Classic Rampage game, and Master of Mechanics saves the Earth from aliens via more than 100 mechanical puzzles.

Midway's TouchMaster 2 and Mechanic Master, both for DS, are now in stores. Both games are available now for $29.99.

TouchMaster 2, the sequel to last year's TouchMaster, features twenty new interactive card, action, strategy, puzzle, and picture games ranging from Solitare to Bowling. The game even includes a version of Midway’s classic monster-vs-city game Rampage.

Mechanic Master features 100 levels of mechanical puzzles. As the Master of Mechanics, the player must figure out how to create zany mechanical contraptions, and keep them running, in order to save the Earth from aliens.

MIDWAY MASTERS THE NINTENDO DS WITH RELEASE OF TOUCHMASTER®2 AND MECHANIC MASTER™

CHICAGO - October 21 – Midway Games Inc. (NYSE: MWY), a leading interactive entertainment software publisher and developer, today announced that is has shipped TouchMaster®2 and Mechanic Master™ to retail stores nationwide. The two new Nintendo DS™ titles are expected to be available on store shelves this week for an U.S. MSRP of $29.99.

"Midway has a rich heritage of creating fun games that are simple for gamers to pick-up, play and jump right in," said Miguel Iribarren, senior vice president - publishing, Midway. "With TouchMaster 2 and Mechanic Master, we're delivering more easy-to-play and hard-to-put-down games that are accessible to any member of the family."

TouchMaster 2, the sequel to Midway's 2007 smash hit TouchMaster, offers a collection of 20 new addictively fun and exciting card, action, strategy, puzzle and picture games. These favorites are sure to please travelers and TouchMaster fans alike with hours of handheld fun on the road or at home. New games include Bowling, Billiards, View Finder, Scavenger, Picture Slide, Rampage Empire and many more!

Undeniably entrancing, Mechanic Master offers 100 levels of puzzling genius that challenges players to build wacky contraptions to perform simple tasks, like turning on a light bulb or releasing a balloon, in seemingly indirect and convoluted ways using the DS stylus. This game calls for problem-solving ingenuity that flies in the face of logic itself!

More information about TouchMaster 2 and Mechanic Master can be found online at

www.midway.com.

About TouchMaster 2

The wide variety of highly interactive mini-games that made Midway's TouchMaster a favorite in bars and arcades across the country returns again with TouchMaster 2 for the Nintendo DS. With 20 new games, including exciting twists on some familiar classics with new spins on Mahki®, Poker and Solitaire, TouchMaster 2 offers addictive fun for gamers of all ages. TouchMaster 2 offers a collection of 20 new addictively fun and exciting card, action, strategy, puzzle and picture games. Play a quick round to beat your high-score or find some real competition playing head-to-head against other players. TouchMaster 2 - the personal arcade that fits snug in the palm of your hands!

About Mechanic Master

Mechanic Master for the Nintendo DS is a fun problem-solving game for creative minds. Mechanic Master uses the stylus as a weapon to rid the Earth of alien invaders that have scattered across the planet. Become the ultimate Master of Mechanics by creating crazy contraptions to free humans, keep the mechanisms in motion and defeat those pesky foes. Test your skills with more than 100 levels! Creative-thinking is the key to clearing each level.

Talkback

KDR_11kOctober 27, 2008

The back of the Mechanics Master box is kinda worrying, it describes the default mode as "pushing, shooting and painting your way" while it has a paint mode listed that's described as "paint your own contraptions". Sounds like the default mode isn't so much like TIM...

Also makes me wonder which is better, Crazy Machines or Mechanics Master...

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