• Mattel and Little Orbit has released the new Nintendo 3DS version of the Monster High Skultimate Roller Maze video game, which will join existing versions for Wii and Nintendo DS. Based on the brand that has become a worldwide phenomenon and is everywhere girls are today, including the new Nintendo 3DS platform, Monster High Skultimate Roller Maze is an action-packed racing game that challenges players to compete on multiple courses right from their favourite Monster High episodes. The game will be available at retail for an SRP of £24.99 and has a PEGI rating of 7.

    Players choose their favorite Monster High Character and their own unique abilities and assemble a team of friends to skate through the crypts of Monster High. Complete with two new additional tracks for the 3DS, the game promises unique gameplay modes to keep racing spirited, plus multiple difficulty settings to match a player’s “skull” level. Gamers can collect power-ups, avoid monstrous obstacles, scream past the competition and use each character’s special ability to win the race and bring home victory.

    “This new game is the kind of quirky fun experience fans expect from the truly unique Monster High universe,” said Matt Scott, president of Little Orbit. “We’re excited to launch the game tomorrow and think fans are going to be excited too.”

    Staying true to the Monster High mantra of “Be Yourself. Be Unique. Be a Monster,” players will choose from the perfectly-imperfect Monster High student body and compete in the Skultimate Roller Maze. The universal truths of teamwork and celebrating differences are woven into the game as player’s race through treacherous courses, discover deviously hidden items and extend the play through multiple modes. With various difficulty settings and unlockable characters, the Monster High Skultimate Roller Maze game will appeal to fans of all ages and skill levels. The game will be available at retail for an SRP of £24.99 and has a PEGI rating of 7.

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