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Posted by Raine Hutchens on Aug 16, 2011

Max and the Magic Marker Scribbles Its Way To The Nintendo DS

Easy Interactive has just announced a brand new title making its way to the Nintendo DS system. It’s called Max and the Magic Marker, and it’s shaping up to be a great, colorful title.

Max and the Magic Marker tells the story of Max, an adventurous young boy who receives a mysterious marker pen in the mail. Playing around with it, he discovers that whatever he draws comes to life and the stage is set for a classic platform adventure romp. The player controls Max, as well as the magic marker itself, as he hops and jumps through a series of levels using the marker’s fabulous powers to drawing objects directly onto the game world and solving a wide range of problems and puzzles in Max’s efforts to catch the monster he created using his magic marker.

The game is set to include:

  • Three stunning worlds
  • 15 challenging levels
  • Variety of challenges, secrets and rewards to unlock
  • Intuitive use of the DS stylus as the magic marker
  • Original soundtrack by Danish band Analogik

Players can expect the game to arrive sometime this holiday season, so there’s plenty of time to save. It’s sure to be one of those titles that you can pick up for your younglings, and not have too much worry about what they’re getting into. Don’t let that stop you, however, from playing it no matter how old you are. “Max and the Magic Marker is a beautifully imagined game and we’re thrilled to bring it to North American on Nintendo DS,” said Michel van Elmpt, Managing Director, Easy Interactive. “Its charming art style and gameplay that is both fun and rewarding make this a title that gamers of all ages can enjoy.  It has already proven itself to be incredibly successful across a number of platforms and we think the instinctive use of the DS stylus as the magic marker will spark the creativity of many gamers.”

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