MAJESCO ENTERTAINMENT RELEASES ARTWORK FROM 'FLIP'S TWISTED WORLD'

EDISON, N.J., December 10, 2009 - Majesco Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: COOL) today released eleven new pieces of artwork from Flip's Twisted World for Wii™. A unique 3D puzzle-platformer with an innovative gameplay mechanic, Flip's Twisted World allows players to literally turn the world on its side. Players must change gravity in order to escape a crazy universe where up and down can change with a simple flick of the wrist.

In the game, Flip - Master Fulcrum's curious apprentice - messes with a forbidden magic book and gets sucked into an alternate universe. To escape, Flip must rotate the world to reveal new passages from previously obstructed paths, overcoming numerous enemies and obstacles. Adventuring through six bizarre puzzle worlds, such as a fractured castle, a dense booby-trapped jungle, and a labyrinth of subterranean caves, Flip must collect six magical stones to return home, while battling against a ghost from his master's past.

Players can twist the Wii Remote™ to rotate the colorful worlds 90° at will in Flip's Twisted World. While advancing through the game, they will collect five magic tools to aid in their quest home and meet unique characters - such as warring slugs and snails, cyclopean cavemen and lava-sailing pirates - who will help and impede their mission. Featuring an original score from video game legend Tommy Tallarico and the voice talent of Anthony Stewart Head, the title is expected to release on Wii in April 2010. For additional information, please visit www.FlipsTwistedWorld.com.


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