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Something Fun For Every Mum!

February 2008

Treat your Mum to something a little different this Mothers Day. Gamestation has loads of fun and interactive games that make great gifts for all sorts of Mums, whatever their age! Check out some of them below.

For mums who love to cook, they can now really feel the heat in the kitchen in Cooking Mama (DS, Wii), as they don the apron of a budding young chef to create dishes from an everyday snack to a gourmet meal, using the Wii remote and nunchuk controllers! Cooking Mama 2– Dinner with Friends even allows your mum to have a“cook-off” with her pals, thanks to its added multi-player mode!

Does your Mum like to sing along in the shower? Does she dream of being the next Kylie? Well if so, then make sure you treat her to a copy the Singstar 90s (PS2, PS3) game! With heaps of tracks from the 90s, your Mum can grab the mike and sing her heart out to the likes of Spice Girls, Natalie Imbriglia and All Saints, to name only a few! Also check out Singstar Rocks! and Singstar Anthems in the Singstar range.

For the more academic Mums out there, the Brain Training collection has lots to offer! With various games ranging from Brain Training (DS), to Maths Training, to Sight training, your Mum will be able to keep her mind youthful and agile! Similarly, there is also the Big Brain Academy (Wii, DS) that will test your Mum’s maths, logic, memory and analysis– trying to gradually increase the weight and power of her brain!

Finally, for the more nurturing and nest-building types of Mum, My Sims (Wii, DS) challenges players to create their own dream-town. Players start off by building their own character, then are set to work building anything from a piece of furniture to a brand new home. To help her on her way are the friendly town locals, including the ever-busy Mayor Rosalyn P. Marshall, the less-busy hotel Bellhop and Ocean Breeze who wants to set up a Yoga studio!

All these games as well as other great gift ideas, including the latest iPods and accessories, are available at your local Gamestation store and online at www.gamestation.co.uk

For further information and images please contact Sarah Morgan sarahm@attenborough.net / 020 7067 1597

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