MAJESCO ENTERTAINMENT RELEASES NEW BOX ART AND SCREENS FOR 'COOKING MAMA 3: SHOP&CHOP'

EDISON, N.J., August 13, 2009 - Majesco Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: COOL) today released box art and 10 screens from Cooking Mama 3: Shop&Chop for Nintendo DS™. In the latest addition to the 4.5 million-selling franchise that started the cooking video game craze, Mama returns to the kitchen after her very successful foray into the garden. While Mama proves she is still untouchable in the kitchen as she showcases more than 80 new recipes, it is the new modes - "Let's Shop" and "Combine and Create" - that separate this from any previous Cooking Mama game to date. For the first time, future chefs can purchase food at a grocery store and then use their imaginations to concoct new culinary creations from existing ingredients available in other recipes!

Mama is back, and she's traded in the trowel for the truffle in Cooking Mama 3: Shop&Chop! The stylus becomes the ultimate cooking utensil as players chop, grate, slice, stir, spread, sprinkle, roll and more through over 200 mini-games. The new box art and 10 screens included with this email show Mama making candy apples, donuts and more - a mere fraction of the new recipes available throughout the game. Additionally, six gameplay modes keep players on their feet, as they learn from mistakes in "Let's Cook" mode, compete with up to 3 friends using local wi-fi play in "Time Challenge" mode, and keep a scrapbook of favorite dishes in "Picture Diary" mode. While progressing through the game, recipes go from simple to difficult and dishes advance from small to large, but Mama awards players who learn with bronze, silver or gold medals based on the quality of their cooking!

Cooking Mama 3: Shop&Chop for Nintendo DS™ is expected to release this November for the SRP of $29.99. For additional information about Majesco's exciting line of products, please visit www.majescoentertainment.com.


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