THQ Inc. has released LET'S RIDE: DREAMER INSPIRED BY A TRUE STORY for the Game Boy Advance. Published by THQ's ValuSoft division, LET'S RIDE: DREAMER INSPIRED BY A TRUE STORY, based upon the DreamWorks movie, is rated "E" for Everyone and is available at retail outlets throughout North America for $19.99 SRP.
"The LET'S RIDE series of horse games for girls continues to rank as our top-selling line of children's Windows PC games," said Scott Zerby, vp of THQ's ValuSoft division. "Now with Let's Ride: Dreamer Inspired by a True Story, the unforgettable story of a girl and her horse comes to life in a whole new interactive way, designed especially for the Game Boy Advance."
In the game, kids play 11-year-old Cale Crane and learn to train, ride and jump with the horse Sonya, or they can choose their own horse in this version of Let's Ride that's inspired by the DreamWorks movie.
To learn more about LET'S RIDE: DREAMER INSPIRED BY A TRUE STORY for the Game Boy Advance, go to www.vsegames.com.
ValuSoft (www.valusoft.com), a division of THQ Inc., is a leading global publisher and distributor of consumer-priced software. Minneapolis-based ValuSoft markets a wide variety of interactive entertainment and productivity software to the mass-market audience.
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