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The Game Factory unveils 'Cartoon Network Racing' on Nintendo DS and PS 2

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MUMBAI: The Game Factory, international publisher of video and computer games based on children's characters, has announced the release of 'Cartoon Network Racing,' its first arcade-style racing videogame for Nintendo DS and PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system platforms starring characters from the original animated series The Powerpuff Girls, Cow and Chicken, Courage, the Cowardly Dog, I Am Weasel, Johnny Bravo and Dexter's Laboratory.

Taking on the roles of the various characters, players compete in the first Annual Cartoon Network Racing Championship. Further adding to the entertainment value, both titles include several full-length episodes of Cartoon Network programs. Geared toward children seven and older and rated E for everyone, the game is available for a suggested retail price of $29.99 beginning 29 November for the Nintendo DS version and 1 December 2006 for the PlayStation 2 system, informs an official release.

Gamers race as their favourite Cartoon Network stars in an attempt to be the first to cross the finish line and gain the highest popularity score. Both platform versions include a variety of colourful show-themed Cartoon Network environments and locations such as Dexter's Laboratory and Aron City, home of Johnny Bravo. The more successful players are at winning races, the more items such as new characters and fun bonus games they can unlock.

"The Game Factory's 'Cartoon Network Racing' game is the perfect way to bring some of the best loved characters from Cartoon Network's roster of original animation to our fans in an exciting new arcade format," said US Consumer Products for Cartoon Network Enterprises - the global merchandising and licensing arm of Cartoon Network VP Christina Miller. "With all the innovative gaming features and unlockable full-length bonus episodes of these classic shows -- it is sure to be very popular with our fans."

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