TEMPE, Ariz.– Activision and GameTruck are excited to announce the exclusive first-to-play opportunity available inside every one of GameTruck’s mobile video game theaters. This opportunity comes prior to the public release of Skylanders Spyro’s Adventure, which is set for October 16, 2011.
Activision is working with GameTruck to bring public access to Activision’s cross-platform game play experience through Skylanders before it is available to purchase in stores. All GameTruck locations are currently showcasing the game and six of the Skylanders figures, bringing even more excitement to the GameTruck experience.
Skylanders Spyro's Adventure lets kids take on the role of a powerful Portal Master who can control over 30 different characters, including the beloved purple dragon Spyro. Each of these heroes is a protector of Skylands, an amazing mysterious world which has been taken over by a sinister Portal Master known as Kaos, a powerful enemy that has frozen the Skylanders as toys and banished them to Earth. Only the players of Skylanders Spyro's Adventure can help return these heroes back to their world by embarking on an adventurous journey where they will explore mythical lands, battle menacing, outlandish creatures, collect treasures, and solve challenging puzzles as a part of a quest to save Skylands.
Skylanders Spyro's Adventure is rated E10+ by the ESRB. For more information, visit www.skylandersgame.com
Call 888-602-4263 or visit gametruckparty.com to book your private party and preview Skylanders for yourself.
About Activision Publishing, Inc.
Headquartered in Santa Monica, CA Activision Publishing, Inc. is a leading worldwide developer, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment and leisure products.
About GameTruck Licensing, LLC.
Headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, GameTruck Licensing, LLC sells and supports GameTruck franchises operating the only patented mobile video game theater. Since 2006 GameTruck has been operating mobile video game theaters, bringing the excitement of interactive entertainment to households across the United States.
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Make a Plan for Their Play:
Five Tips From GameTruck
Make “game time” a productive activity for your kids by putting a household “electronic strategy” in play for the new school year. GameTruck, a leading advocate for positive gaming practices, offers these five tips and resources for regulating screen time in your family.
1. Get Kids Moving and Socializing Arrange a cyber play date with friends or capitalize on the games that require movement while they are playing like Wii Sports.
2. Use Extra Playing Time As a Reward With younger or older kids, reward them with a little extra playing time for clean rooms, good manners, good grades, etc.
3. Develop a Process For Turning Games Off With video games that are sequential, if you do not finish a level, you cannot save your work in progress. To avoid conflict, give kids advance warning that you are going to need them to power down.
4. Set Rules and Sign a Contract How much time a day is allowed for activities that involve screen time? What are the family rules around content and ratings? GameTruck’s website (www.gametruckparty.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/BeyourownGameCoach.pdf) offers ideas and a downloadable contract you can personalize to make sure that everyone is clear on the “house rules” and the consequences for not following them.
5. Let Game Coaches Help If you throw a GameTruck party, their game coaches can work with your kids to make healthy gaming habits a theme of the party. For more information or to schedule a GameTruck party, go to www.gametruckparty.com or call 888-602-4263.