My Baby Franchise Passes the 1 Million Mark

Sat, May 15, 2010

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The publisher’s of the My Baby franchise, Southpeak Interactive, announced earlier this week that the popular Wii and DS games have sold over 1 million units in North America. The franchise appeals to girls ages 6 through 11, and is a parenting simulation. So far there are three My Baby games on the Nintendo DS, My Baby Girl, My Baby Boy, and My Baby First Steps, and one on the Wii, My Baby First Steps.

Says Southpeak President Melanie Mroz, as reported by Industry Gamers: “This significant milestone demonstrates that our My Baby franchise continues to grow at a phenomenal rate…We believe a considerable growth opportunity exists for the franchise and expect to continue the expansion of the My Baby universe in the future.”

The next title from developer Nobilis Games and publisher Southpeak will be Famous for the Nintendo DS, a game that allows players to create and manage their own pop star.

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