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Go Nuts and Bolts with Buzz!T Junior RoboJam

Go Nuts and Bolts with Buzz!T Junior RoboJam

Get Your Buzzers Ready For Round Two With The Second Instalment of Buzz! T Junior: The Fast-Past Social Game Made For Kids.And Fun-Loving Adults!!

AUCKLAND, Monday, 5 June 2007: The future of Buzz! Junior is looking bright as Buzz!T Junior: RoboJam touches down on PlayStation®2 this Winter in a hi-tech whirlwind of fun. Instead of the TV studio quiz challenges of the Buzz! series, Buzz! Junior introduces a whole new way for families or friends to play PlayStation using the coloured buttons on the famous Buzz! buzzers. The lightning-fast games of Buzz!T Junior: RoboJam us

Buzz! Junior: RoboJam takes you into a futuristic world where cheeky robots dodge missiles on a firing range, dance with a giant alien octopus and try to make the grade as crash-test dummies. Up to four players can grab a buzzer and battle it out in Robot Academy - a contest of 25 whole games in which players compete for points in the form of nuts. Collect the most nuts overall and you'll carry off the Robot of the Month award. It's a high-octane, high-value formula for excitement.

The hotly-anticipated follow-up to the wildly successful Buzz! Junior: Jungle Party, Buzz! Junior: RoboJam is a full tank of giggles that confirms Buzz! Junior as the leader of next-generation family gaming - exclusively on PlayStation 2.

- A whole new galaxy of Buzz! Junior fun: buzz your way through a brave new world of teleporters, lava lakes, black holes, rusty conveyor belts and bad-tempered robot chefs.


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