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Carnival Games Latest News - DS

Game Description:Step right up! Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, here's your chance to win one of many amazing prizes! Take a stroll down a virtual midway filled with 20 classic carnival games, including Frog Leap, Clown Splash, Hoops, and more. Tap the Touch Screen to slam clowns in Clown Bonk. Or hit the target and send someone splashing with the Dunk Tank. You can win a ton of upgradeable prizes in some of the most popular games from boardwalks around the world. With the voice of the barker and the sounds of the midway, you can practically taste the cotton candy.
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  • 2K Apologizes for Skin Tone Choices in 'Carnival Games'

    2K is saying that the lack of skin tone choices in Carnival Games was "honestly -- a complete oversight." The game, developed by Cat Daddy back in 2006 and 2007, was released exclusively on the Wii and has since made popular the arcade-like mini-game style of some games. It did decent with critics and in sales, but the character...

    Posted August 22, 2008| 21 Comments

    2K Apologizes for Skin Tone Choices in 'Carnival Games'
  • Take-Two Shareholders Conference Call

    Take-Two is holding their annual shareholders meeting and we're listening in. The call will outline Take-Two's overall business strategy, product line-up, and EA's buyout offer. First up, was the Chief Executive Ben Feder to discuss Take-Two's products and future outlook. Grand Theft Auto IV is complete and the discs are currently being...

    Posted April 17, 2008| 7 Comments

    Take-Two Shareholders Conference Call
  • X-Play Presents The Best Summer Games

    Posted: July 13, 2009

    15,807 Views | 02:33

 


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