Namco officials announced today that they will work with Denmark-based ITE, a creator of interactive television programs, to bring two of ITE's Hugo games to the American Game Boy Advance market. Kart-racer Hugo Bukkazoom!, due in March, lets players zip around a free-roaming universe in one of several karts and five different gameplay modes. Hugo: The Evil Mirror, slated for release in June, sends players on a puzzle adventure through 60 levels and three unique worlds to rescue Hugo from an evil witch named Scylla. Both games are designed for the 12-and-under set. "We hope Hugo: The Evil Mirror and Hugo Bukkazoom! are just the beginning of many successful game launches between ITE and Namco," said Jeff Lujan, business unit director for Namco Hometek.
Namco, ITE bring two Hugo titles to the GBA
Evil Mirror and Bukkazoom, both due this year, are just the beginning for the new partnership.
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