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Max & The Magic Marker  



Max and the Magic Marker coming to Nintendo DS


1:15 PM on 08.15.2011
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Indie title Max & the Magic Marker is coming to the Nintendo DS this holiday, publisher Easy Interactive has announced.

The game seems like a perfect fit for the handheld, too. At its core, Max is a platformer, with the twist having players drawing objects into the game world to complete puzzles. In the PC and Wii versions of the game, the marker was simulated by mouse movements and an on-screen pointer, respectively; using a stylus sounds like a much more comfortable and fitting option.

Check out our review of the PC version of Max & The Magic Marker for more on the indie title.








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