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Majesco Gets Game Boy Advance Video Rights to Disney Properties

Majesco has secured the rights to turn several Disney properties into Game Boy Advance Videos. Under terms of the agreement with Disney's Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Majesco has U.S. rights to publish four initial Game Boy Advance Video products based upon such well-known properties as DISNEY'S KIM POSSIBLE, DISNEY'S LILO & STITCH, THE SERIES, THE PROUD FAMILY, SUPER ROBOT MONKEY TEAM and BRANDY & MR. WHISKERS.

The first product, scheduled to ship in time for the holidays, is the DISNEY CHANNEL COLLECTION VOL. 1, features episodes of DISNEY'S LILO & STITCH, THE SERIES and KIM POSSIBLE.

"Our partnership with Disney supports our ongoing plan to bring cool new content to the Game Boy Advance Video series," said Jesse Sutton, president of Majesco. "The 23 million North American Game Boy Advance owners can soon enjoy Disney's broad offering of family entertainment on the go."

"In keeping with the commitment to nurture future technologies, Buena Vista Home Ent. is proud to partner with a prominent leader in the portable digital entertainment platform. We look forward to seeing the opportunities this distribution avenue presents," said Lori MacPherson, vp, brand marketing and product development.

Each Majesco Game Boy Advance Video title carries a suggested retail price of $19.99. More information about the company's entire lineup can be found online at www.majescogames.com.

Majesco Holdings Inc. operating through its wholly owned subsidiary, Majesco Sales Inc., is a provider of diversified offerings and content for digital entertainment platforms. The company's 2004 lineup includes BLOODRAYNE 2, the sequel to its popular action/horror series, and its Game Boy Advance Video product line that utilizes Magescos proprietary video compression technology to enable consumers to view commercial-grade video on a standard Nintendo Game Boy Advance system. ADVENT RISING, the first in a trilogy of action/adventure games, is expected to ship to stores in 2005.

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