Yesterday, Majesco Entertainment announced the launch of The Daring Game for Girls on the Nintendo Wii. This casual title is aimed at the tween girl age bracket, and is based on the Daring Book for Girls series which has sold over two million copies to date.
The game offers mini-games and collection features, where girls can make friends and learn new facts about important women throughout the span of history. Gameplay takes place primarily throughout three locations: a schoolyard, neighborhood and campground, where girls can go on spy missions, explore caves, and plant pretty gardens, as well as build items like friendship bracelets and scooters in a mini-workshop of sorts.
All of this leads up the game’s climax, where girls set off on the “ultimate adventure of a lifetime” (or so says a company press release) by climbing Mt. McKinley, rafting on the Amazon River, or taking an African Safari.
The Daring Game for Girls is a budget title, priced at $19.99, and is now available in stores.
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