EDISON, N.J., September 4, 2009 - Majesco Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: COOL), an innovative provider of video games for the mass market, today released the final trailer prior to the anticipated October 13th release of a boy and his blob. A reimagining of the beloved classic game for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), a boy and his blob tells the heartwarming tale of two unsuspecting heroes who prove that the strongest of friendships can overcome the most powerful of enemies!

Brimming with beautiful color and imagination, this final trailer delves right into the touching storyline, and shows the heart of the unique relationship between the boy and his blob. Determined to return to Blobolonia, watch as the two use puzzle solving skills and creativity to defeat the emperor's minions. With no other weapon but his loyal friend and some jellybeans, the boy must think quickly to toss the right bean to the blob, transforming it into the perfect object to seal the bad guys' demise! Some ofthe exciting transformation possibilities are highlighted, including the Licorice Ladder, the Tangerine Trampoline and the Pear Parachute, as the video shows a selection of the 40 different levels.

a boy and his blob tells the charming story of a heart-strong blob looking to save his planet of Blobolonia from its evil and maniacal emperor. He comes to Earth looking for help, and instead finds a small young boy. Together, they establish a friendship and set out to take on the emperor! Celebrating its 20th anniversary, a boy and his blob comes back with 40 all-new levels, hidden treasures, jellybeans, unlockable bonus content and a visually impressive art style.

Developed by WayForward, acclaimed developers of Contra 4 and Shantae, the re-imagination of the classic title for Wii™ ships to stores on October 13th for the Suggested Retail Price of $39.99. More information can be found on the official game website:


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