November 29th 2007: Northamptonshire, UK: Now that the PlayStation®2 and PC versions of Cheggers’ Party Quiz and Alan Hansen’s Sports Challenge have launched successfully, Oxygen GamesTM is delighted to confirm that the Wii™ quizzes will be in the shops on December 7th.
This version uses the Wii Remote to its best advantage, implementing format-exclusive play styles. Forget pressing a button to buzz in, that’s so last century! If you want to answer the question, you’ll need to be the first with your hand in the air…and you’ll need to be quick about it too! In addition, players have the choice of using the directional pad or pointing at their chosen answers on screen.
To celebrate the imminent launch, Oxygen has two promo videos, one for each game starring their real-life hosts, available to download and use from;
or viewable at:
Cheggers - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_w8rUWglCg
With thousands of questions and endless fun for up to four players, Cheggers’ Party Quiz and Alan Hansen’s Sports Challenge, for Wii™ will be on the shelves from December 7th.
For further information, please contact:
Specialist Games Press
Nicôle le Strange,
T: +44 (0) 1933 445964
M: +44 (0) 7901 552839
About Oxygen Games™
Oxygen GamesTM boasts a broad range of fun&sociable titles to capture the imagination of the emerging games audience. With the focus on all major console platforms, Oxygen’s games are based on mainstream lifestyles and interests, whilst delivering contemporary content featuring sports, music&well known personalities. For more information, please visit www.oxygengames.net
About Keith Chegwin
With a career spanning more than three decades, Keith Chegwin rose to fame in the mid 1970s, in Multicoloured Swap Shop. With over 7,000 TV shows as a presenter under his belt– most famously, Cheggers Plays Pop - and a myriad guest appearances in the nation’s most popular television programmes, Keith has also fronted his own radio shows, written regular newspaper columns and made several records! Keith continues to be one of the Nation’s most hardworking and best-loved celebrities.
About Alan Hansen
Probably the most honoured player in the history of British soccer, Hansen captained Liverpool to its victorious double in 1986. After an ongoing knee injury ended his playing career in 1991, he became the face of the BBC’s Match of the Day Live, where is best known for his authoritative and rational analyses of matches. Aside from soccer, Hansen has built a solid reputation for being an excellent motivational speaker and is a talented golfer, with a handicap of three. Hansen remains probably one of the most respected authorities in sporting media today, contributing weekly columns to the Daily Telegraph, in addition to his television work.
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