Two New ZhuZhu Games in time for Early Holiday Shopping
- By: CM Boots-Faubert
- Posted 4th Aug 2011
Two New ZhuZhu Games Hit Shelves This Fall!
You know how we are always saying that we have your back? Remember last Christmas when you bought Final Fantasy XIII for your 9 year old niece because hey, the protagonist was a cute girl so they totally have something in common, right? Err... Not so much, really.
Well, your sister is finally allowing you back over to visit, so to help you from making that mistake again this year we have been keeping an eye out for games that you can safely gift to those little people in your life that will not result in being forced to duck below flying sauce pans and the constant stink-eye you get at family dinners... Like we said, we have your back!
Activision and GameMill Entertainment -- and their bud Cepia -- announced today that Quest for Zhu , a game that is based on the upcoming Quest for Zhu movie, and the absolutely adorable ZhuZhu Babies -- a game that is NOT based on the upcoming Quest for Zhu movie but is nonetheless the most lovable Zhu's game yet -- will both be available this fall on Nintendo DS.
Released just in time for the first ever ZhuZhu Pets movie, available this Fall on DVD, Quest for Zhu will follow the stars of the film as they embark on an exciting and thrilling adventure to find the mystical, wish-granting Zhu Fu.
There are 16 exciting levels based on locations taken right from the movie, but watch out, because the rabble-rousers are there too! Exciting "boss" encounters will challenge young players' minds and reflexes as they show them who is boss and complete their quest.
In ZhuZhu Babies, players go on a wild ride to help find Razzmataz, a baby lost in South Africa. When news reaches the crew back home they set out on a mission to find Razz, but not before tackling intense obstacles in cities around the world.
Through mini-games, creative thinking and lots of nurturing, players will assist the babies in bringing their friend Razzmataz back home! ZhuZhu Babies will come bundled with a limited edition, limited release, baby hamster and special code to unlock an extra level of game play.
The ZhuZhu Babies and Quest for Zhu games will be available this fall on Nintendo DS. These games are rated E for Everyone by the ESRB. For more information, please visit www.activision.com or www.gamemillpublishing.com .
Tell them GU sent you! And hey, if you have seen any games that are particularly appropriate for gifting to the little people -- from ankle biters to curtain crawlers and everything in between, why don't you share that with the community? Leave a comment below!