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D3Punblisher develops CN’s Ben 10: Alien Force

MUMBAI: D3Publisher of America, a publisher and developer of interactive entertainment software, will bring Cartoon Network’s Ben 10: Alien Force to videogame systems with Ben 10: Alien Force The Game.


The video game will be launched on the Wii home videogame system, PlayStation2 computer entertainment system, Nintendo DS system and PSP (PlayStationPortable) system.


The inaugural game for the brand, Ben 10: Protector of Earth, was launched in October 2007.



Based on the next generation television series launched on Cartoon Network last month, Ben 10: Alien force The Game begins five years after Ben put away the DNA-scrambling Omnitrix, but now Grandpa Max has gone missing and the planet Earth is in grave danger.


Gamers must help Ben take the Omnitrix out of retirement and lead eight different playable characters—including cousin Gwen, enemy-turned-ally Kevin Levin and five of Ben’s brand new alien forms—to utilize their all-new super powers and defeat the intergalactic invaders.


“Ben 10: Alien Force The Game is the only console videogame that allows players to take command of the Alien Force team to authentically control and experience their brand-new superpowers. Based on fans’ warm reception of Ben’s newest adventures and the impressive million-plus unit sales of the first Ben 10 videogame, we’re confident that our latest collaboration with Cartoon Network will prove even more successful,” said D3PA VP marketing Alison Quirion.


“Ben 10: Alien Force set records as the most-watched original series premiere in Cartoon Network’s history, winning its timeslot when it debuted, and each week the series continues to grow as destination viewing for kids. The release of this game will build upon the success of the first videogame by expanding fans’ experience with the brand and giving them a new battle to win with Ben,” said Cartoon Network Enterprises VP consumer products Christina Miller.


In Ben 10: Alien Force The Game, players work to find Grandpa Max and stop a diabolical Highbreed alien plot as they battle more than 20 types of enemies, including Highbreed invaders and DNAliens. Gamers will get to harness cousin Gwen’s new talent to create an energy shield and use it to protect and attack, as well as Kevin Levin’s ability to absorb materials like concrete, wood and metal to create an impenetrable shell on his body.


Ben 10: Alien Force The Game is a fast-paced, 3D side-scrolling action adventure that offers eight playable characters, an unlimited combo system and puzzles and challenges that will engage players of all levels for hours at a time. The Nintendo DS version will offer alternate playable alien forms including Goop and Echo Echo, giving players additional unique powers to command and explore.


Ben 10: Alien Force The Game for Nintendo DS is under development by 1st Playable Productions, LLC. All other versions are under development by Monkey Bar Games. The game is currently rated “RP” (“Rating Pending”) by the ESRB.

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