Mindscape announces My First Songs

London, September 20th, 2010– Mindscape, a leading publisher of entertainment software, today revealed their brand new game exclusively for the Nintendo Wii, My First Songs. It is the first ever Wii karaoke game to feature renowned nursery rhymes and well established children’s songs. Learn, play and watch delighted youngsters engage and interact with their favourite characters. This smash hit is due for release on 29th October.

Boasting a captivating playlist including some of the most popular nursery rhymes and songs of all time, parents, children, siblings and even grandparents can enjoy quality time together while children learn and advance their communications skills. Whether you are bobbing along to Hickory Dickory Dock, acting out heads, shoulders knees and toes or learning you’re A, B, C’s in the alphabet song, you can rest assured that the picturesque backdrop and adorably cute characters will be taking you along every step of this enchanting journey.

Providing the perfect present for children aged 3-6 this year and inspiration for relatives looking for the ideal gift that aids learning alongside having fun, My First Songs brings welcome relief for shoppers this Xmas. Each song has an original cartoon, full of humour and a consistent artistic theme that children will easily recognise and over time, come to love!

With 2 gameplay modes; solo and duo, 20 songs and 2 versions of each song, as well as additional games based around music, My First Songs gives you the whole entertainment package beyond just a singing game. 

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