Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Huevocartoon's 'Un Juego de Huevos' Videogame Now Available Exclusively for the Zeebo System

MEXICO CITY, April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Zeebo, Inc. today announced that Un Juego de Huevos, the first videogame from Mexico-based animation company Huevocartoon, will be available on April 19 exclusively on the Zeebo 3G-connected digital gaming, entertainment and education platform. The game can be purchased for 220 pesos ($17.79 US) and downloaded wirelessly to the Zeebo system by consumers in Mexico. Un Juego de Huevos is based on the award-winning animated film Una Pelicula de Huevos, which is the second-highest grossing domestically-produced film of all time in Mexico. In addition to its Mexican release, the game will soon be available to Zeebo customers in Brazil.


"Huevocartoon is giving its fans the opportunity to celebrate Children's Day with a truly entertaining experience full of family fun with Toto, Willy and other beloved characters," said Mike Yuen, senior vice president of global content and services, Zeebo, Inc. "We are honored that Huevocartoon decided to launch its first videogame on the Zeebo platform, and the best part is that families can quickly and easily purchase and download Un Juego de Huevos on their Zeebo system right from the comfort and convenience of their living rooms."


"It is finally time to bring our favorite Huevocartoon friends to life in an action-packed videogame," said Rodolfo Riva Palacio, co-founder of Huevocartoon. "Zeebo is the perfect partner to help us bring the game to our fans in Mexico and eventually around the world. The Zeebo system gives parents, kids and most importantly Huevocartoon fans of all ages the chance to connect with Toto, Willy and the gang like never before."


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