Max and the Magic Marker Shipping Today

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Easy Interactive™ announced today that their award-winning indie hit, Max and the Magic Marker™ is shipping today on Nintendo DS™ in North America. Expanding the ever popular brand across multiple different platforms from Wii to PC to iPhone, they are thrilled to announce its newest iteration on the Nintendo DS™. Max and the Magic Markeris a family friendly title that both kids and adults alike are sure to enjoy, bringing endless hours of fun for the whole family!

“With the unique use of the DS Stylus in the newest iteration of Max and the Magic Marker, we really wanted to continue to provide players with a innovative gaming experience that is both educational and fun,” said Michel van Elmpt, Managing Director, Easy Interactive. “With new in game content including never before seen levels and challenges, players must use the stylus as their very own magic marker and let their creativity shine.”

Max and the Magic Marker tells the story of Max, an adventurous young boy who receives a mysterious marker pen in the mail. Playing around with it, he discovers that whatever he draws comes to life and the stage is set for a classic platform adventure romp. The player controls Max, as well as the magic marker itself, as he hops and jumps through a series of levels using the marker’s fabulous powers to drawing objects directly onto the game world and solving a wide range of problems and puzzles in Max’s efforts to catch the monster he created using his magic marker.

Additional Max and the Magic Markerfeatures include:

  • Embark on an adventure through three stunning worlds as they come to life
  • Take on challenges leaping through 15 levels using the power of the marker to draw objects into your very own world
  • Solve a variety of problems and puzzles in order to unlock rewards
  • Intuitive use of the DS stylus as the magic marker allows players to let their creativity soar
  • Featuring the original soundtrack by Danish band Analogik, the colourful correlation of music provides a more realistic appeal to the audience

Max and the Magic Marker for Nintendo DS is shipping today to retailers everywhere for the suggested price of $29.99. For more information please visit