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505 Announces Farmtopia Available Now


Agoura Hills, California—January 19, in the year of our Lord 2010—There’s a farm party exclusively for your Nintendo DS™, and you’re invited! 505 Games announced today its newest DS title Farmtopia is available now in retail stores nationwide for the low price of $14.99. Manage every aspect of running your very own successful farm – from feeding animals, growing and harvesting crops, and selling your produce at the market. You can even upgrade your farm with your earnings and much more!

Farmtopia is the closest you can get to running a farm without getting your hands dirty! Plow your way through 45 unique levels, cultivating your farm to create products to sell and trade at the market. The more you are able to successfully stay on top of your farm’s various needs, the more your products will earn at the market…but be sure to keep a close eye on your plot, because one pesky animal can come and ruin your entire farm!

“Farmtopia gives children a fun and safe avenue to learn responsibility, multitasking and time management right from their Nintendo DS,” said Ian Howe, President, 505 Games. “With so much to offer and dozens of hours of varied and educational gameplay, Farmtopia is a perfect title for kids of all ages looking for a way to express themselves creatively and create their very own ecosystem!”

Additional Game Features:

* Fast-paced time-management game
* Over 45 levels to complete
* Nine farm products to master and sell at the market
* Five animals to care for and protect
* Upgrade to any of six farm buildings

Farmtopia has been rated “E” for everyone by the ESRB. For more information regarding Farmtopia or 505 Games, please visit http://www.505games.com/.

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