NewsOfficials from Electronic Arts’ Casual Entertainment label have revealed that the company will be producing a number of Nintendo DS titles based on U.S. educational collectible card game Brain Quest. Two titles will be released in time for the new school year in September, based on the curriculum-based series which has sold more than 28 million copies so far. One title will be for third and fourth grade students and the second for older fifth and sixth grade students. The games will include over 6,000 unique questions each, organized into a series of fast paced quiz games on subjects such as English, history, mathematics, science and geography. Also included will be a story based “quest mode” and a multiplayer option for playing with or against friends. "Brain Quest is EA Casual Entertainment's first educational game and we are thrilled to bring this beloved brand into the video game space," said Robert Nashak, vice president of casual studios, EA Casual Entertainment. "By adapting the series to the DS, we are able to reach today's tech savvy children and provide them with an educational experience that is interactive, engaging, and fun."
EA Acquires Brain Quest Educational Game License
Electronic Arts’ Casual Entertainment label has revealed that the company will be producing a number of Nintendo DS titles based on U.S. educational collectible card game Brain Quest, with two titles due this September for different age groups.