Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Casual Game Activity

There's been a bit of activity between the traditional console world and the casual games space this last week.

Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari, joined the board of NeoEdge - a company that uses an ad-supported business model.

UbiSoft has announced their My Life Coach line of casual games for the Wii and DS. Their first entry is My Word Coach which looks like a collection of word puzzle games.

Outside of the traditional console space, Kyoto is introducing DS English Training to classrooms. This Nintendo DS brain training style game will be part of junior high second year English classes. How cool is that?

And finally Puzzle Quest on the PSP got an excellent score from IGN!

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